American Statistical Association

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American Statistical Association
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1429 Duke St
Alexandria, VA 22314
(703) 684-1221

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We're accepting applications for the science policy #fellowship for fall 2017. ww2.amstat.org/policy/fellows…


RT @ASA_SciPol: When should the ASA make a public statement on an issue? Read ASA ED @Ron_Wasserstein 's post & respond https://t.co/XJZESW…


ASA Challenges Stat-Savvy Students Through Public Education Campaign @ThisisStats https://t.co/c2GYuxjH6B twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

ASA Challenges Stat-Savvy Students Through Public Education Campaign http://magazine.amstat.org/blog/2017/06/01/asa-challenges-stat-savvy-students-through-public-education-campaign/
The ASA’s public education campaign, ThisIsStatistics, continues to implement unique strategies and expand its creative educational portfolio to attract


This article is from 2015. Do these 10 tips for entry-level #analytics professionals still apply? twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

This article is from 2015. Do these 10 tips for entry-level analytics professionals still apply? http://stattrak.amstat.org/2015/06/01/10-tips-for-entry-level-analytics-professionals/
It’s no secret that analytics and data science are the hottest fields to get into right now. But getting into the field can be tough, and even with a stellar degree, it can be tricky to navigate the quantitative job landscape as an entry-level professional.


Interview with the prime minister of Grenada, the only head of state with a PhD in #statistics! magazine.amstat.org/blog/2017/06/0…

Interview with Keith Mitchell, prime minister of Grenada and the only head of state with a PhD in statistics! http://magazine.amstat.org/blog/2017/06/01/interview-with-keith-mitchell-prime-minister-of-grenada/

In September of last year, JASA began requiring authors to submit their code and data sets as a condition of publication. A new editorial role—associate editor for reproducibility (AER)—was added to ensure each paper meets a standard of reproducibility. Christopher Paciorek, Victoria Stodden, and Julian Wolfson make up JASA’s first group of AERs, while Montse Fuentes is JASA editor. Read this Q&A to find out how things are going. http://www.amstat.org/ASA/Publications/Q-and-As/JASA-Editors-Talk-Reproducibility.aspx
JASA Editors Talk Reproducibility

Do You Need a Website? Statistics consultant David Bristol weighs the pros and cons: http://magazine.amstat.org/blog/2017/06/01/do-you-need-a-website/
This month, statistics consultant David Bristol discusses the pros and cons of having a website, based on feedback from members of the Consulting Section.