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Here is a historical event that occurred during the month of October.

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Tyson Lee summarizes the high points of his JSM 2014 experience en route UA flight 1699 from Boston to San Francisco on August 7, 2014.

Additional Features, Journal of Quantitative Analysis in Sports Highlights »

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The September 2014 issue of the Journal of Quantitative Analysis in Sports features five articles covering topics in hockey, basketball, and American football. All make for interesting reading and demonstrate innovations in statistical work that have become a hallmark of manuscripts published in JQAS.

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Interest in statistics for many people begins with sports. Indeed, sports may be responsible for many statisticians becoming statisticians (professional and amateur). The September 2014 issue of CHANCE is devoted to methods and applications in sports statistics.

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Five fellows from the Data Science for Social Good program offer advice and respond to questions about their experiences, views on data science, and future plans.

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The American Statistical Association and American Society for Quality invite nominations and applications for the position of editor of Technometrics.

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Last November, the ASA launched a new journal, Statistics and Public Policy.

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The SPAIG committee is seeking collaboration on two pervasive concerns: Big Data and declining response.

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A three-stage rollout of the ASA’s new public awareness campaign—This Is Statistics—has generated a buzz that is spreading word about the initiative within the statistics community and, more importantly, to the campaign’s audiences and the media.

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The U.S. National Academy of Science William O. Baker Award for Initiatives in Research will be made in the field of statistics and machine learning this year.