Do you work with or are you interested in data - how to get it, what can and should be done with it using statistical or data science tools, and how to assess and communicate what information it provides? Do you live or work in the metropolitan Washington DC area? If the answers to these questions are "yes," we encourage you to join the Washington Statistical Society (WSS).
|5 February 2019||Statisticians in the Federal Government: Producing Data on the Criminal Justice System|
|14 February 2019||Censoring and the Detection of Environmental Contaminants|
|7 March 2019 (rescheduled from 17 Oct 2018)||Combining GIS and Statistics: Data Visualization to Communicate Findings|
|19 March 2019||Combining survey, clinical and health care claims data to produce state-level estimates of diabetes prevalence, including both diagnosed and undiagnosed cases|
|1 April 2019||Role of Statistics in Todays Changing Society: 2020 Census|
Newsletter Deadline is the 20th of the Month!
The deadline to get articles into the next newsletter is the 20th of each month. Please send your input in MS Word or plain text to the WSS Newsletter Editor, Colleen Choi. Please do not submit your items in pdf or in the body of an email.
The Current edition of the WSS Newsletter is available. Click here to read it. WSS members receive our monthly newsletter, which includes announcements and descriptions of forthcoming technical programs, short courses, and social events. It also provides an employment column, publicizing job openings and describing credentials of members seeking employment.
December 4, 2018 WSS Holiday Party Photo
April 25, 2017 President's Invited Lecture Photo
Nancy Clusen, John Thompson, and Mike Larsen
April 18, 2016 Mini-Conference on Paradata Group Photo
Don Jang (WSS Methodology Section Chair), Mike Fleming (Event Moderator), Alyssa Maccarone (Event Coordinator), Stephanie Coffey, Shawn Marsh, Emilia Peytcheva, Brady West (Presenters)