Some upcoming statistical or data-related events of interest in the DC area! Something you'd like us to consider announcing? Get in touch! (Priority given to free or sponsored events, naturally.)
Data Science DC's next Meetup, entitled "Bayesian Data Analysis, The Basic Basics: Inference on a Binomial Proportion", is October 1st at a new venue -- Google's DC offices. You can always see the scheduled DSDC Meetups in the sidebar of this web site!
There's a new Social Media Analytics Meetup, and their first meeting, on applications in the government sector, is September 27th downtown.
The local Operations Research society chapter has an event with Dr. Brenda Dietrich, VP of Business Analytics and Mathematical Sciences at IBM, on the topic of "The Future of Analytics", September 12th at IBM's offices downtown.
The Predictive Analytics World - Government conference is September 17th through 18th, at the Reagan Building downtown. PAW-Gov is sponsoring Data Science DC, and we're partnering on a Data Drinks event on the evening of the 17th. If you haven't registered, use the coupon code "DCDC12" to get a discount!
A Symposium on Large-Scale Data Inference is in Silver Spring on October 18th. Information is a bit scant, but statistical data visualization seems to be a theme.
USAID is sponsoring a hackathon on September 14th-16th called "Hacking for Hunger". The goal is to build new ways of improving food security using open data.