Key Dates

  • February 19 - 21, 2015
    CSP in New Orleans, LA

Abstract Submission

Poster Abstract Submission
August 14 - September 2, 2014


Would you like to share your experience as a statistical practitioner solving real-world problems? If so, an electronic poster presentation is a great way to have an extended face-to-face discussion. A poster presentation also serves as an excellent teaching tool, allowing for direct and immediate feedback, broad exposure, and the ability to display extensive graphics, tables, and animations.

We are calling for electronic posters that provide opportunities for attendees to learn about practical applications of statistical methodologies and best practices in experimental design, statistical analysis, programming, and consulting and collaboration. The posters should be consistent with the conference objectives:

Poster abstract submissions will be reviewed and competitively evaluated on the above objectives and their ability to communicate established methods and techniques applicable to solving real-world problems in statistical practice. The topic should be relevant and practical for a variety of statistical practitioners. Final acceptance of poster submissions will be communicated by September 30.

All submissions should include a title, author information, and abstract text (between 800 and 1,200 characters). Presenters are required to host their electronic posters during their assigned 75- to 90-minute session. For details on the poster format, see Poster Presentation Tips. Also, please view the criteria used by the Poster Subcommittee to select abstracts for inclusion in the CSP2014 Poster sessions.

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