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).
|16 August 2018||Free webinar: Design and Analysis of Parallel and Stepped-Wedge Cluster Randomized Trials|
|14 September 2018||FCSM/WSS Metadata Workshop|
|05 October 2018||Bayesian Analysis of the Covariance Matrix of a Multivariate Normal Distribution with a New Class of Priors|
|11 October 2018||2018 Morris Hansen Lecture|
|14 November 2018||How U.S. Pre-election Polls are Changing in an Era of Disruption and Scrutiny|
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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)