Simply Statistics A statistics blog by Rafa Irizarry, Roger Peng, and Jeff Leek

If I were at #ENAR2013 today, here's where I'd go

This week is the annual ENAR meeting, the big biostatistics conference, in Orlando, Florida. It actually started on Sunday but I haven’t gotten around to looking at the program (obviously, I’m not there right now). Flipping through the program now, here’s what looks good to me for Tuesday:

  • 8:30-10:15am: Functional Neuroimaging Decompositions, Grand Ballroom 3 
  • 10:30am-12:15pm: Hmm…I guess you should go to the Presidential Invited Address, Grand Ballroom 7
  • 1:45-3:30pm: JABES Showcase, Grand Ballroom 8A; Statistical Body Language: Analytical Methods for Wearable Computing, Grand Ballroom 4
  • 3:45-5:30pm: Big Data: Wearable Computing, Crowdsourcing, Space Telescopes, and Brain Imaging, Grand Ballroom 8A; Sample Size Planning for Clinical Development, Grand Ballroom 6

That’s right, you can pack in two sessions on wearable computing today if you want. I’ll post tomorrow for what looks good on Wednesday.