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The Finnish Statistical Society is a non-profit scientific society founded in 1920. The purpose of the Statistical Society is to promote the research, teaching and application of statistics and to act as a link between statisticians and people who do statistics.

The Statistical Society has approximately 300 members who work in universities, research institutes, state and municipal organizations, associations and companies mainly in research, planning, teaching and expert positions. The membership also includes statistics students.

Statistical Days 2024

The next Statistical Days will be held on Monday 3 June 2024 at Aalto University in Espoo. The keynote speaker is Professor Ryan Martin (Department of Statistics, North Carolina State University).

Normal registration for Statistical Days closes on May 12, 2024. More information about Statistical Days can be found here.

Finnish Statistical Society and Finnish Society of Biostatistics organise an intensive course

Topics in Statistical Inference

27–31 May 2024

Lammi, Finland

Glossary of Statistics

The Finnish Statistical Society's 2nd edition of the Glossary of Statistics is now also a search engine. You can get the 1st edition of the glossary as your own from Tiedekirja. The glossary is a Finnish-English-Finnish dictionary whose goal is to unify and renew the Finnish terminology of statistics.

Kirjan kansi, jossa lukee Tilastotieteen sanasto (Juha Alho, Elja Arjas, Esa Läärä ja Pekka Pere). Kuvituskuvana sanapilvi, joka kuvaa tilastotieteen suomenkielisten termien esiintymistiheyttä sanaston sisältämissä sanoissa.

Book discounts for members of the Society are offered by the following publishers:

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More information can be obtained from the secretary of the Society.