ASA Members Now Have Access to Statistical Analysis and Data Mining
The ASA and Wiley InterScience are excited to announce that ASA members now have a new benefit of membership—free online access to Statistical Analysis and Data Mining (SAM).
SAM addresses the broad area of data analysis, including data mining algorithms, statistical approaches, and practical applications. Topics include problems involving massive and complex data sets, solutions using innovative data-mining algorithms and/or novel statistical approaches, and the objective evaluation of analyses and solutions. Of special interest are articles that describe analytical techniques and discuss their application to real problems in such a way that they are accessible to domain experts across science, engineering, and commerce.
The 21st century has become a century of data, with most domains striving to use general models for their mountains of information. Data mining and statistical analysis are among the most effective ways to produce useful models from massive, complex data sets. Statistical Analysis and Data Mining is a resource for those solving practical problems, enabling them to benefit from ideas developed in other domains. It is an international journal with an interdisciplinary focus, covering areas that are becoming increasingly important.
How to Access SAM
If you are a new Wiley InterScience user, you will need to register by doing the following:
- Go to Wiley InterScience and click “register” in the upper right corner of the screen.
- Complete the New User Registration Page and click “submit registration.”
You will receive an email requiring you to click on a link and validate the information you provided during your registration. Do this within 24 hours to avoid having to re-register.
If you are already a Wiley InterScience user or this is your first time accessing SAM, follow these steps:
- Go to the User Affiliation Page.
- Enter membership number “none” (none must be keyed into this field) and registration key “MBR63288.”
- Enter the login (your email address) and password
- Click “submit”
You will automatically be directed to the Wiley InterScience home page. From there, search or browse to find the content you need.
When you return to Wiley InterScience after completing the steps above, you will only need to log in here with your email address and password to access SAM.
Questions can be directed to Wiley’s membership department at email@example.com.