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[1 May 2023 | Comments Off on Live from San Francisco … CSP 2023 | ]

Statistical practitioners and data scientists learned new statistical methodologies and best practices in statistical analysis, design, consulting, and programming to help solve real-world problems.

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[1 Apr 2023 | Comments Off on UMN Committee, Local Schools Create Mutually Beneficial Collaboration | ]

Marta Shore and Sarah Samorodnitsky at the University of Minnesota spearheaded UMN’s Biostatistics Community Outreach and Engagement Committee and created collaborations with local high schools. Here, they tell us about two of them.

Additional Features, My ASA Story »

[1 Jul 2022 | One Comment | ]

Erin Chapman appreciates the ASA’s learning opportunities, but also the opportunities to volunteer and advocate for statisticians and data scientists with disabilities.

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[1 Aug 2021 | 4 Comments | ]

The value of hypothesis testing, and the frequent misinterpretation of p-values as a cornerstone of statistical methodology, continues to be debated. In 2019, the president of the American Statistical Association, Karen Kafadar, convened a task force to consider the use of statistical methods in scientific studies, specifically hypothesis tests and p-values, and their connection to replicability.

Columns, Stats4Good »

[1 Feb 2021 | Comments Off on Data for Good Can Drive COVID Vaccine Confidence | ]

David Corliss says statisticians can help address the distrust of vaccines, a large challenge of this phase of the COVID-19 pandemic.

A Statistician's View, Departments »

[1 Aug 2020 | Comments Off on Statistician’s View: The Right Tone Sustains Productive Dialogue | ]

Statisticians and data scientists are in unique positions to set the correct tone for conversations between collaborators. The approaches used when giving advice should be as thoughtful as the advice given.