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The London Workshop Report

Statistics and Science: A Report of the London Workshop on the Future of the Statistical Sciences (http://bit.ly/londonreport) is the product of a high-level meeting in London last November attended by [ More.. ]

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Mathematics of Planet Earth: beyond 2013

“Mathematics of Planet Earth 2013” (MPE2013)—the year-long program created to encourage research on a range of topics related to Planet Earth—has been active for almost a year and will transition [ More.. ]

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Future of the Statistical Sciences Workshop – watch online

Recorded sessions now online The capstone event of the International Year of Statistics was a two-day invited workshop on “The Future of the Statistical Sciences.” This workshop brought together around [ More.. ]

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Introducing The World of Statistics!

In the International Year of Statistics News, December 2, 2013, the Steering Committee reflect on the achievements of the International Year of Statistics (Statistics2013), now drawing to a close, and [ More.. ]

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International Year of Statistics: February roundup

2013 is the International Year of Statistics, a worldwide event now supported by nearly 1,700 organizations (including, of course, IMS—one of the founding organizations). To keep in touch with the [ More.. ]

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