Announcing the 2020 Fall Data Challenge: Get Out the Vote

ASA’s annual student Fall Data Challenge is back!

Looking to gain statistics experience and make a difference in the world? Our Fall Data Challenge is the perfect contest for you.

In this year’s challenge, Get Out the Vote, students will work in teams of two to five to apply their statistical skills to real voter-turnout data and provide insights to inspire more people to vote in the upcoming presidential election.

The contest will run from Oct. 19 to Nov. 11. Sign up for our newsletter to get information on datasets, prizes, rules, resources and more.

Students, get ready to improve voter turnout with statistics!

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