Joint Statistical Meetings

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The Joint Statistical Meetings (JSM) is a professional conference/academic conference for statisticians held annually every year since 1840 (usually in August). Billed as "the largest gathering of statisticians held in North America", JSM has attracted over 5000 participants in recent years. The following statistical societies are designated as official JSM partners:

The founding members of JSM were the ASA, IMS, IBS, and SSC.[1]

In addition to committee meetings, JSM activities include

Future Meetings[edit]

Dates Location Venue
August 2–7, 2014 Boston, Massachusetts Boston Convention and Exhibition Center
August 8–13, 2015 Seattle, Washington Washington State Convention & Trade Center

Past Meetings[edit]

Since 1978 when attendance figures were first reported.[2]

Dates Location Attendance
August 14–17, 1978 San Diego, California 2,650
August 13–16, 1979 Washington, D.C. 3,300
August 11–14, 1980 Houston, Texas 2,000
August 10–13, 1981 Detroit, Michigan 2,100
August 16–19, 1982 Cincinnati, Ohio 2,400
August 15–18, 1983 Toronto, Ontario 3,100
August 13–16, 1984 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 3,200
August 5–8, 1985 Las Vegas, Nevada 2,700
August 18–21, 1986 Chicago, Illinois 3,100
August 17–20, 1987 San Francisco, California 3,700
August 22–25, 1988 New Orleans, Louisiana 2,600
August 6–10, 1989 Washington, D.C. 4,200
August 6–9, 1990 Anaheim, California 2,800
August 18–22, 1991 Atlanta, Georgia 3,700
August 9–13, 1992 Boston, Massachusetts 4,400
August 8–12, 1993 San Francisco, California 4,800
August 13–18, 1994 Toronto, Ontario 4,500
August 13–17, 1995 Orlando, Florida 3,800
August 4–8, 1996 Chicago, Illinois 4,750
August 10–14, 1997 Anaheim, California 4,200
August 9–13, 1998 Dallas, Texas 3,850
August 8–12, 1999 Baltimore, Maryland 5,000
August 13–17, 2000 Indianapolis, Indiana 3,635
August 5–9, 2001 Atlanta, Georgia 4,038
August 11–15, 2002 New York City, New York 5,444
August 3–7, 2003 San Francisco, California 5,542
August 8–12, 2004 Toronto, Ontario 5,138
August 7–11, 2005 Minneapolis, Minnesota 5,157
August 6–10, 2006 Seattle, Washington 6,034
July 29–August 2, 2007 Salt Lake City, Utah 5,186
August 3–7, 2008 Denver, Colorado 5,592
August 1–6, 2009 Washington, D.C. 6,804
July 31–August 5, 2010 Vancouver, British Columbia 5,600 [3]
July 30–August 4, 2011 Miami, Florida 5,300
July 28–August 2, 2012 San Diego, California 6,200
August 3–8, 2013 Montreal, Quebec

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