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Additional Features, CHANCE Highlights »

[1 Apr 2022 | Comments Off on CHANCE Highlights: April Issue Features Gerrymandering, COVID-19, and the ‘Gambler’s Fallacy’ | ]

CHANCE magazine discusses the COVID-19 pandemic, the “gambler’s fallacy,” and fixes for gerrymandering, as well as the death of Alan Paller, the original editor of the Visual Revelations column.

Columns, Stats4Good »

[1 Aug 2019 | Comments Off on Data for Good Goes to Washington | ]

ASA science and advocacy activities play a crucial role in driving understanding and adoption of sound statistical analysis, helping Data for Good make the greatest impact.

Additional Features, Significance Highlights »

[1 Dec 2018 | Comments Off on Significance Explores Statistics in Court | ]

The latest issue of Significance features articles about gerrymandering, epidemiology on trial, and dealing with ethical dilemmas.

President's Corner »

[1 Apr 2018 | Comments Off on Statisticians Leading with Justice for All | ]

Ensuring there are qualified statistical professionals in the courtroom would improve the legal process and increase recognition of the contributions of statisticians.

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[1 Mar 2018 | Comments Off on ASA, AMS Issue Joint Statement on Drawing of Voting Districts, Partisan Gerrymandering | ]

The American Statistical Association and Council of the American Mathematical Society issued a joint statement to inform discussions and planning around the drawing of voting districts as we approach the 2020 census.