Welcome to the Southwest Michigan Chapter

Receiving its charter in January of 1975, the Southwest Michigan Chapter is one of five established Michigan chapters. The chapter ensures statistics is promoted in the southern portion of the state, covering such areas as Kalamazoo, Portage, Grand Rapids and Allendale. The Southwest Michigan Chapter consistently looks for methods to bolster the field of statistics.

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In April 2013, the Southwest Michigan chapter of the ASA solicited nominations for chapter officers.  No elections were necessary, since exactly one nomination was received for outgoing Treasurer Casey Jelsema and outgoing Secretary Michelle Donald.  The current chapter officers are:

Kirk Anderson – President

Bradford Dykes – Treasurer

Melissa Plets - Secretary

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Neglect of chapel time points to NCHA statistics - Manitou Messenger


Neglect of chapel time points to NCHA statistics
Manitou Messenger
I came to St. Olaf with a preconceived notion of what daily chapel service would be like. My parents, both Ole alumni, always mentioned chapel time while reminiscing about their college years. The entire campus stopped during those precious 45 minutes ...

Iowa-Wisconsin football statistics - Quad City Times


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Iowa-Wisconsin football statistics
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Iowa receiver Tevaun Smith makes the catch against Wisconsin's Darius Hillary on Saturday during second the half at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City. 2014-11-22T19:06:00Z 2014-11-23T06:47:02Z Iowa-Wisconsin football statisticsSteve Batterson ...

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NHL teams slowly embracing advance statistics - Yahoo Sports


NHL teams slowly embracing advance statistics
Yahoo Sports
Never heard of Corsi and Fenwick statistics? And you call yourself a fan? It's a new era in the NHL and - much like in baseball - there's a still a divide between the new school thinkers and the hockey lifers stewing at the thought that newfangled ...

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  • Michael Baiocchi

    Student Paper Competition

    Posted in: Mental Health Statistics...

    Student Paper Competition The Health Policy Statistics Section (HPSS) of the American Statistical Association (ASA) cordially invites submissions to our student paper competition for the 2015 Joint Statistical Meetings (JSM). Papers entered in...

  • Byran Smucker

    Soliciting Short Courses for 2015 FTC

    Posted in: Physical and Engineering...

    Dear SPES members, At this time, SPES is seeking speakers to offer a one day course at the Fall Technical Conference 2015 (October 8-9, 2015, in Houston; see attached call for papers). If you would like to propose a course or have suggestions...

  • Nicholas Horton

    reminder: Topic Contributed Sessions for JSM2015...

    Posted in: Mental Health Statistics...

    This is just a reminder about a couple of important details about Topic Contributed Sessions. 1.) We no longer have an infinite number of topic-contributed sessions. The Mental Health Statistics Section has 2 allocated. That means in order...

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    2015 FTC Call for Papers

    Posted in: Physical and Engineering...

    We invite you to submit papers for presentation to the 59th Fall Technical Conference to be held in October 8-9, 2015, in Houston, TX. If you are interested in presenting an applied or expository paper in any of three parallel sessions (Statistics,...

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    RE: ProUCL's use of Gamma ROS

    Posted in: Statistics and the...

    I agree with Wayne. Doug, after stating that you don't think it is warranted to assume a distribution, you then turn around and assume a uniform distribution for the lowest data. That's as much 'assuming a distribution' as is assuming a normal, gamma,...