Seasonal Adjustment Practitioners Workshop
The 1st Seasonal Adjustment Practitioners Workshop is a one-day conference for those actively involved in seasonal adjustment practices to share their experiences in producing seasonal adjustments, describe interesting problems, discuss best practices, and present applied research in seasonal adjustment practice.
Modeled after the successful Federal Forecasters Conference, this workshop will provide an opportunity for those who work with official statistics and seasonal adjustment to present interesting issues, problems and applied research to a knowledgeable audience.
There will be a plenary session in the morning with four speakers and a discussant, followed by lunch on your own and contributed sessions in the afternoon.
The organizers are soliciting abstracts for presentations of interest to practitioners of seasonal adjustment. The abstracts should be less than 100 words in length, for a presentation of about 15-20 minutes. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for information on submitting an abstract. Abstracts are due by September 1.
This workshop is sponsored by the Government Statistics Section of the American Statistical Association and the Washington Statistical Society (http://www.washstat.org/). Photo is courtesy of Christoph Sax.