Conference on Applied Statistics in Agriculture and Natural Resources

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The Conference on Applied Statistics in Agriculture and Natural Resources will  take place from 26 to 28 April 2020 at the J. Wayne Reitz Union on the University of Florida’s Campus in Gainesville.

The Conference on Applied Statistics in Agriculture and Natural Resources brings together statisticians from academia, industry and government to discuss ideas and advancements in the application of statistics to solving agricultural research problems. This is a three-day conference consisting of a keynote speaker, workshop, a series of contributed papers and poster presentations.

This conference has a relaxed atmosphere to encourage discussions on papers and presentations with authors and other participants. This communication enhances the interface of statistics within the agricultural sciences. The conference is unique in that it emphasizes the application of statistics in solving real-life problems, highlighting agriculture, while recognizing the joint effort of the statistician and the agricultural researcher. Presentations made jointly by the statistician and the researcher in agriculture are encouraged. Presentation of data sets and analyses which motivated the work shares equal importance with development of the statistical theory. Papers on either new or innovative applications of existing statistical methodologies are appropriate for presentation at this conference.

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