The Slovenian Statistical Society is a small society with affiliation of 220 individuals not astonishingly so in a country of less than two million inhabitants. The associates are from three provinces of work: from public organisation (which comprises of the biggest assembly from the Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia), Universities and the private subdivision. Its main mission is to connect statisticians from several arenas whose common interest is the expansion of the statistical vocation. The Slovenian Statistical Society praised its twentieth commemoration in 1997. The four areas: Section for Methodological and Theoretical Questions of Statistics, Commission for Statistical Terminology, Section for Statistical and Section for Publishing chip away at a standard premise.
The most dynamic is the Statistical Terminology Commission. The last draft of the Slovenian Terminological Dictionary is set up for correction. It comprises of 1550 measurable terms with clarifications, glossary and remote terms in four dialects (English, French, German and Italian). This Commission is taking a shot at a proposition of around 3200 factual terms in Slovene dialect as indicated by the multilingual word reference of measurable terms, arranged by ISI. The Slovenian Statistical Society is the organiser or co-organiser of some traditional and systematic events and the conferences like: In September International meeting on Methodology and Statistics in Preddvor is occurring. The fundamental coordinator is the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana and the Slovenian Statistical Society. This year the welcomed speakers were: Willem J. Heiser (Leiden University), James Lepkowski (University of Michigan) and John O'Quigley (University of California); In November the Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia and the SSS sort out Statistical days in Radenci. This point this year was Statistical Support to Accession Negotiation and Structural Funds, a theme extremely fascinating to the current political circumstance in Slovenia. Numerous welcomed speakers, essentially delegates of Statistical Offices in different nations, talked about the part of measurements in European reconciliation process.
The administrative authorities and mediators are amidst looking into the harmonization of Slovenian enactment and the meeting exhibited thoughts how measurements can help this procedure; The Austrian, Hungarian and Slovenian Joint Meeting of Young Statisticians. From 1999 on, youthful analysts from Italy are going along with this meeting and conferences, as well; and the headliner amid spring time is a joint outing of the individuals from the SSS and Study Group of Teachers of Statistics in Secondary Schools.Read More»