Statistical Society of Canada

Statistical Society of Canada

The Statistical Society of Canada (SSC) (French: "Société statistique du Canada") is a professional organization whose mission it is to promote the use and development of statistics and probability.

Its objectives are
* to make the general public aware of the value of statistical thought, the importance of this science and the contribution of statisticians to Canadian society;
* to ensure that decisions that could have a major impact on Canadian society are based on relevant data, interpreted properly using statistics;
* to promote the pursuit of excellence in training and statistical practice in Canada;
* to encourage improvements in statistical methodology;
* to maintain a sense of belonging within the profession, and to promote dialogue among theoreticians and practitioners of statistics.

Publisher of

*Canadian Journal of Statistics

ee also

*President of the Statistical Society of Canada

External links

* [http://www.ssc.ca/main/new_e.html Official website]


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