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Margaret E. Martin is both an economist and statistician by professional and academic training. Read about her career and how she has become known for her leadership and contributions to the federal statistical system.

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Statisticians Have Large Role to Play in Web Analytics

Web and business analytics are two areas that are becoming increasingly popular. Vincent Granville, founder of AnalyticBridge, demonstrates how a new type of statistician is critical to optimizing these “big data” business applications.

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How Not to Get Lost in Translation: Tips for Communicating with International Peers

Many statisticians are working alongside colleagues from different countries, though it is not always easy to understand people from different backgrounds. Yoko Adachi, research associate at Kitasato University, offers advice about how to work with international peers.

Additional Features, Statisticians in History »

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Joseph Steinberg was part of the U.S. Census Bureau’s “Golden Age.” Here is a look at his distinguished career as a public servant and statistician in the private sector.

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Where Will Your Next Stop Take You?

There are many routes a statistician can take to reach an area to study. In an effort to get to know these routes, we asked a few ASA members to answer questions about the paths they took to get where they are today.