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A report on the future of statistics (with comments and rejoinder). (English) Zbl 1100.62516
Summary: In May 2002 a workshop was held at the National Science Foundation to discuss the future challenges and opportunities for the statistics community. After the workshop the scientific committee produced an extensive report that described the general consensus of the community. This article is an abridgment of the full report.

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