To celebrate the International Year of Statistics we invite Significance readers to submit by email to significancefeedback@wiley.com or tweet us (@signmagazine) photos of Significance being read in interesting locations. The more imaginative and exotic, the better! We'll be retweeting the best entries throughout the year. Be sure to check this page regularly to see a selection of the best submissions.

We'll be offering a fabulous prize at the end of the International Year of Statistics to the best photograph submitted.

By submitting your photograph you agree to having the photograph displayed on the Significance International Year of Statistics photograph competition page.

A selection of the entries so far:

The first entry is from our Boston correspondent:

A scenic entry from a student at the Career Center High School, in Winston Salem, North Carolina:

Significance at the gym:

Taking a break with Significance at Chelsea FC's ground, Stamford Bridge, UK:

Significance Magazine outside two of Liverpool's most famous landmarks, the Liver Building and the Museum of Liverpool:

A couple more student entries from the Career Center High School:

The two photos below were taken at one of the most popular attractions in Los Angeles, the Griffith Observatory:

Our remotest entry to date! Pictured at the top of Jacob's Ladder, overlooking Jamestown, St Helena, Significance magazine faces the daunting prospects, not just the 699 steps descending 183m that lie below:

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