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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At the same time, the Committee on Professional Ethics of the American Statistical Association (ASA) addressed the following eight general topic areas relating to ethical guidelines for statistical practice: (a) professionalism; (b) responsibilities for funders, clients, and employers; (c) responsibilities in publications and testimony; (d) responsibilities to research subjects; (e) responsibilities to research team colleagues; (f) responsibilities to other statisticians or statistical practitioners; (g) responsibilities regarding allegations of misconduct; and (h) responsibilities of employers, including organizations, individuals, attorneys, or other clients utilizing statistical practitioners (The American Statistical Association, 1999, p.
It is held jointly with the American Statistical Association, the International Biometric Society, the Institute of Mathematical Statistics, the Statistical Society of Canada, the International Chinese Statistical Association, and the International Indian Statistical Association.
It features selected papers given primarily at the 2002 Annual Meetings of the American Statistical Association in New York City and at the 2002 National Tax Association Conference in Orlando, FL.
A Fellow of the American Statistical Association and the Australian Mathematical Society, he has published extensively on his research interests, which include cluster and discriminant analyses, image analysis, machine learning, neural networks, and pattern recognition.
He is also an elected fellow of the American Statistical Association, and has been elected to serve a three-year term as a member of the Committee on National Statistics at the National Academies of Science.
This year, the American Statistical Association (ASA) held its 161st Annual Meetings in Atlanta, GA, from August 5-9.
He was a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics as well as a member of the American Statistical Association, the International Statistical Institute, and the Bernoulli Society.
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html or by writing to the Julius Shiskin Award Committee, Attn: Monica Clark, American Statistical Association, 732 North Washington Street, Alexandria, VA 22314-1943.
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He has written over fifty refereed articles and was named a Fellow of the American Statistical Association in 2006.
He is fellow of the American Statistical Association and has published more than 40 articles in refereed journals on marketing, economics, statistics, and econometrics.

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