Occasionally, I will query Google with “statistics conferences”, “machine learning conferences” or “pattern recognition conferences” and the like. But often, it is difficult to obtain anything

meaningful other than the conferences of which I’m already aware (such as JSM, ICML, some IEEE conferences). Today, I found WikiCFP, which is a **A Wiki for Calls for**

Papers. This seems to be what I needed. In particular, the following are very useful to me:

It seems limited for statistics though, as JSM is not even listed.

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