Significance poster freely available


  • Author: Statistics Views
  • Date: 12 March 2013

You can help spread the word about the International Year of Statistics in your community or at your school or place of work by printing and displaying the International Year of Statistics Significance poster featuring the cover design and title of Significance, reflecting the role of this magazine in conveying the interest and fascination of statistics to non-specialists.

You can download the poster from here, to print in as large a format as you are able (please note that the file is 19MB so it may be slow to download).

Be sure to place this poster (and the other Statistics2013 posters) in several high-traffic, visible locations at your school (e.g., library, student union), office building, public library, favourite coffee shop, or other popular meeting spot.

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Get the latest International Year of Statistics news and updates by following Statistics2013 on Twitter at @Statistics2013 and Significance news and updates by following Significance on Twitter at @signmagazine. Also, when you use Twitter to spread the word about Statistics2013, be sure to use the hashtag #STATS2013.

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