American Statistical Association


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American Statistical Association

A professional organization for statisticians in the United States. It encourages the research and application of statistics in a variety of fields. The ASA also publishes a number of journals to further its work. Established in 1839, it is the second-oldest organization of its type still in existence. It is based in Virginia.
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