The Isolated Statisticians (ISs) is a collection of academic statisticians, each of whom is usually the only statistician (or one of two) in a mathematics department. In such circumstances it is difficult to have meaningful discussions with departmental colleagues about the fine points of teaching or practicing statistics. The ISs meet yearly at the Joint Statistical Meetings and discuss issues related to being isolated from other statisticians, current events in the American Statistical Association, and statistics in general.
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