Sep 2, 2019

JSM plenary session webcasts

If you weren’t at the Joint Statistical Meetings this year, you can still watch four of the plenary sessions. These videos are at https://ww2.amstat.org/meetings/jsm/2019/webcasts/

ASA President’s Address: Reinforcing the Impact of Statistics on Society, Karen Kafadar, University of Virginia

ASA President’s Invited Address: Coming to Our Census: How Social Statistics Underpin Our Democracy (and Republic), Teresa A. Sullivan, University of Virginia (Emerita)

ASA Deming Lecture: Walking with Giants: A Research Odyssey, Nicholas Fisher, University of Sydney

COPSS Fisher Lecture: An Observational Study Used to Illustrate Methodology for Such Studies, Paul Rosenbaum, University of Pennsylvania.

You can also download slides from more than 1,500 other JSM2019 presentations via the online program: https://ww2.amstat.org/meetings/jsm/2019/onlineprogram/index.cfm.

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