American Statistical Association

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American Statistical Association

American Statistical Association

Journal of the American Statistical Association

Journal of the American Statistical Association

Journal of the American Statistical Association

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STEVENSON, Thomas Henry Craig (1870 - 1932), Superintendent of Statistics (later Statistical Medical Officer), General Register Office, 1909–31; Fellow of University College, London; Fellow, Guy (Gold) Medallist (1920), and formerly Hon. Secretary of the Royal Statistical Society; Jenner medallist, Royal Society of Medicine; Honorary Member of the American Statistical Association

FLUX, Alfred William (1867 - 1942), Assistant Secretary Statistics Department, Board of Trade, 1918–32; Guy (gold) Medallist (1930), and Hon. Vice-President (past President) of the Royal Statistical Society; Hon. Member of the International Institute of Statistics; of the American Statistical Association; of the Hungarian Statistical Society and of the Czechoslovak Statistical Society; Member of the League of Nations Committee of Statistical Experts

KENDALL, Maurice (George) (1907 - 1983), Director, World Fertility Survey, 1972–80; Chairman, Scientific Control Systems (Holdings), 1971–72; Fellow: American Statistical Association; Econometric Society; Institute of Mathematical Statistics; London Graduate School of Business Studies


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A scientific and educational society founded in 1839 in Boston, Massachusetts. It is the second oldest professional society in the United States. Its current headquarters are in Alexandria, Virginia. The Association has nearly 18 000 members. It publishes nine journals, including the Journal of the American Statistical Association and the American Statistician. Since 1965 the Wilks Medal has been presented annually for distinguished contributions to Statistics.

http://www.amstat.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=main Association home page.

Subjects: Probability and Statistics.

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