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{{Use dmy dates|date=March 2014}}Statistics is the theory and application of mathematics to the scientific method including hypothesis generation, experimental design, sampling, data collection, data summarization, estimation, prediction and inference from those results to the population from which the experimental sample was drawn. This article lists statisticians who have been instrumental in the development of theoretical and applied statistics.{| class = "sortable wikitable" width="100%"! width="18%" | Name !! Nationality !! Birth !! Death !! Contribution !! References valign="top"
Al-Kindi >frequency analysis. He wrote a book entitled "Manuscript on Deciphering Cryptographic Messages", containing detailed discussions on statistics > AUTHORLINK = SIMON SINGH YEAR=2000LOCATION=NEW YORKEDITION=1ST ANCHOR BOOKS, The code book : the science of secrecy from ancient Egypt to quantum cryptography,
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John Graunt>Graunt, John English 1620 1674 Pioneer of demography who produced the first life table Willcox, Walter (1938) The Founder of Statistics. Review of the International Statistical Institute 5(4):321–328.
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Thomas Bayes>Bayes, Thomas English 1702 1761 Developed the interpretation of probability now known as Bayesian probability HTTP://WWW.ECONOMICS.SOTON.AC.UK/STAFF/ALDRICH/FIGURES.HTM#BA > WORK = FIGURES FROM THE HISTORY OF PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS PUBLISHER = UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON,
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Pierre-Simon Laplace>Laplace, Pierre-Simon French 1749 1827 Co-invented Bayesian statistics. Invented Exponential family (Laplace transform), conjugate prior distributions, asymptotic analysis of estimators (including negligibility of regular priors). Used Maximum likelihood>maximum-likelihood and posterior-mode estimation and considered (Robust statistics) loss functions >|
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William Playfair>Playfair, William Scottish 1759 1823 Pioneer of statistical graphics
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Carl Friedrich Gauss>Gauss, Carl Friedrich German 1777 1855 Invented least squares estimation methods (with Adrien-Marie Legendre). Used loss functions and Maximum likelihood>maximum-likelihood estimation
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Adolphe Quetelet>Quetelet, Adolphe Belgian 1796 1874 Pioneered the use of probability and statistics in the social sciences
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Florence Nightingale>Nightingale, Florence English 1820 1910 Applied statistical analysis to health problems, contributing to the establishment of epidemiology and public health practice. Developed statistical graphics especially for mobilizing public opinion. First female member of the Royal Statistical Society.
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Francis Galton>Galton, Francis English 1822 1911 Invented the concepts of standard deviation, correlation, Regression analysis > TITLE = FRANCIS GALTON UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON > ACCESSDATE=, HTTP://GALTON.ORG/ > TITLE = SIR FRANCIS GALTON F.R.S: 1822–1911,
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Thorvald N. Thiele>Thiele, Thorvald N. Danish 1838 1910 Introduced cumulants and the term "Likelihood function". Introduced a Kalman filter in time-series >|
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Charles Sanders Peirce>Peirce, Charles Sanders American 1839 1914 Formulated modern statistics in "Charles Sanders Peirce bibliography#illus" (1877–1878) and "Charles Sanders Peirce bibliography#SIL>A Theory of Probable Inference" (1883). With a repeated measures design, introduced blind experiment, Randomized controlled trial>controlled randomized experiments (before Ronald A. Fisher). Invented optimal design for experiments on gravity, in which he "analysis of variance>corrected the means". He used correlation, smoothing, and improved the treatment of Peirce's criterion. Introduced terms "Confidence interval>confidence" and "Likelihood function" (before Jerzy Neyman>Neyman and Ronald A. Fisher). While largely a Frequency probability>frequentist, Peirce's possible world semantics introduced the "propensity" theory of probability. See the historical books of Stephen Stigler
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Francis Ysidro Edgeworth>Edgeworth, Francis Ysidro Irish 1845 1926 Revived Exponential family (Laplace transforms) in statistics. Extended Pierre-Simon Laplace>Laplace's (asymptotic analysis) theory of Maximum likelihood>maximum-likelihood estimation. Introduced basic results on Fisher information, which were extended and popularized by Ronald A. Fisher>R. A. Fisher
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Karl Pearson>Pearson, Karl English 1857 1936 Numerous innovations, including the development of the Pearson chi-squared test and the Pearson correlation. Founded the Biometrical Society and Biometrika, the first journal of mathematical statistics and biometry HTTP://WWW.AMSTAT.ORG/ABOUT/STATISTICIANSINHISTORY/INDEX.CFM?FUSEACTION=BIOSINFO&BIOID=18 > TITLE = PEARSON, KARL AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION > WORK = STATISTICIANS IN HISTORY PUBLISHER = DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICAL SCIENCE â€“ UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON DEADURL = YES ARCHIVEDATE = 25 SEPTEMBER 2008 PUBLISHER = SCHOOL OF MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS, UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS ACCESSDATE=, 2008 > TITLE = KARL PEARSON: A READER'S GUIDE PUBLISHER = UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON ACCESSDATE=,
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Charles Spearman>Spearman, Charles English 1863 1945 Extended the Pearson correlation coefficient to the Spearman's rank correlation coefficient 2003 > TITLE = CHARLES SPEARMAN: BRITISH BEHAVIORAL SCIENTIST VOLUME = 3 URL = HTTP://HUMAN-NATURE.COM/NIBBS/03/SPEARMAN.HTML, Williams, RH, Zimmerman, DW, Zumbo, BD & Ross, D,
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William Sealy Gosset>Gosset, William Sealy (known as "Student") English 1876 1937 Discovered the Student t distribution and invented the Student's t-test HTTP://WWW.ECONOMICS.SOTON.AC.UK/STAFF/ALDRICH/FIGURES.HTM#STU > WORK = FIGURES FROM THE HISTORY OF PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS PUBLISHER = UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON,
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Oskar Anderson>Anderson, Oskar Johann Viktor (also known as Anderson, Oskar Nikolaevich) Russian, Bulgarian, German 1887 1960 A leading representative of the so-called Continental School of statistics. Invented the variate difference method for analyzing time series at the same time but independently from Gosset. A pioneer of random sampling in demographics and of quantitative methods applied to socio-economic sciences. ENCYCLOPEDIA
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Ronald Fisher>Fisher, Ronald English 1890 1962 Wrote the textbooks and articles that defined the academic discipline of statistics, inspiring the creation of statistics departments at universities throughout the world. Systematized previous results with informative terminology, substantially improving previous results with mathematical analysis (and claims). Developed the analysis of variance, clarified the method of maximum likelihood (without the uniform priors appearing in some previous versions), invented the concept of sufficient statistics, developed Edgeworth's use of Exponential family and Fisher information>information, introducing observed Fisher information, and many theoretical concepts and practical methods, particularly for the design of experiments HTTP://WWW.AMSTAT.ORG/ABOUT/STATISTICIANSINHISTORY/INDEX.CFM?FUSEACTION=BIOSINFO&BIOID=16 > TITLE = FISHER, R.A. AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION > WORK = STATISTICIANS IN HISTORY TITLE = R.A. FISHER UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON, HTTP://WWW.ECONOMICS.SOTON.AC.UK/STAFF/ALDRICH/FISHERGUIDE/RAFREADER.HTM ACCESSDATE=,
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Carlo Emilio Bonferroni>Bonferroni, Carlo Emilio Italian 1892 1960 Invented the Bonferroni correction for multiple comparisons
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Frank Wilcoxon>Wilcoxon, Frank Irish-American 1892 1965 Invented two statistical tests: Wilcoxon rank-sum test and the Wilcoxon signed-rank test
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Jerzy Neyman>Neyman, Jerzy Polish-American 1894 1981 Discovered the confidence interval and co-developed the Neyman–Pearson lemma HTTP://WWW.AMSTAT.ORG/ABOUT/STATISTICIANSINHISTORY/INDEX.CFM?FUSEACTION=BIOSINFO&BIOID=11 > TITLE = NEYMAN, JERZY AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION > WORK = STATISTICIANS IN HISTORY ARCHIVE-URL = HTTPS://WEB.ARCHIVE.ORG/WEB/20130216021332/HTTP://WWW.AMSTAT.ORG/ABOUT/STATISTICIANSINHISTORY/INDEX.CFM?FUSEACTION=BIOSINFO&BIOID=11 DEAD-URL = YES, dmy-all,
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W. Edwards Deming>Deming, W. Edwards American 1900 1993 Developed methods for statistical quality control HTTP://WWW.AMSTAT.ORG/ABOUT/STATISTICIANSINHISTORY/INDEX.CFM?FUSEACTION=BIOSINFO&BIOID=4 > TITLE = DEMING, W. EDWARDSAMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION > WORK = STATISTICIANS IN HISTORY,
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Egon Pearson>Pearson, Egon English 1895 1980 Co-developed the Neyman–Pearson lemma of statistical hypothesis testing HTTP://WWW.AMSTAT.ORG/ABOUT/STATISTICIANSINHISTORY/INDEX.CFM?FUSEACTION=BIOSINFO&BIOID=24 > TITLE = PEARSON, EGON S.AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION > WORK = STATISTICIANS IN HISTORY,
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Bruno de Finetti>Finetti, Bruno de Italian 1906 1985 Pioneer of the "operational subjective" conception of probability. Used this as the basis for exposition of the Bayesian method of statistical analysis. Developed the representation theorem for exchangeable random variables showing that they are the basis of the IID model in statistics.
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Maurice Kendall>Kendall, Maurice English 1907 1983 Co-developed methods for assessing statistical randomness; invented Kendall tau rank correlation coefficient
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John Tukey>Tukey, John American 1915 2000 Jointly popularized Fast Fourier transformation, pioneer of exploratory data analysis and statistical graphics of data, developed the Resampling (statistics)#Jackknife>jackknife for random effects model, invented the box plot. > TITLE = JOHN WILDER TUKEY. 16 JUNE 1915 â€“ 26 JULY 2000 AUTHOR = MCCULLAGH, PETER VOLUME = 49 date=May 2019 fix-attempted=yes }}
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David Blackwell>Blackwell, David American 1919 2010 Co-developed Rao-Blackwell theorem and wrote one of the first Bayesian statistics textbooks, Basic Statistics. >URL=HTTPS://WWW.NYTIMES.COM/2010/07/17/EDUCATION/17BLACKWELL.HTMLACCESSDATE=24 SEPTEMBER 2014QUOTE=HIS “BASIC STATISTICS” (1969) WAS ONE OF THE FIRST TEXTBOOKS ON BAYESIAN STATISTICS, WHICH ASSESS THE UNCERTAINTY OF FUTURE OUTCOMES BY INCORPORATING NEW EVIDENCE AS IT ARISES, RATHER THAN RELYING ON HISTORICAL DATA. HE ALSO WROTE NUMEROUS PAPERS ON MULTISTAGE DECISION-MAKING.,
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Calyampudi Radhakrishna Rao>Rao, Calyampudi Radhakrishna Indian 1920 Co-developed Cramér–Rao bound and Rao–Blackwell theorem, invented MINQUE method of variance component estimation. 10.1214/SS/1177013438 > TITLE = A CONVERSATION WITH C. R. RAO AUTHOR = DEGROOT, MORRIS H. VOLUME = 2 PUBLISHER = AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION, Statisticians in History,
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David Cox (statistician)>Cox, David English 1924 Developed the proportional hazards model for the analysis of survival analysis >AUTHOR3=DODGE, YADOLAH PUBLISHER = OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS ISBN = 978-0-19-856654-0, 185035518,
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Bradley Efron>Efron, Bradley American 1938 Invented the Bootstrapping (statistics) for deriving an empirical distribution of an estimate of a model parameter > YEAR = 2003 JOURNAL = STATISTICAL SCIENCE PAGES = 133–134, 2,

Founders of departments of statistics

The role of a department of statistics is discussed in a 1949 article by Harold Hotelling, which helped to spur the creation of many departments of statistics.JOURNAL, Harold Hotelling, Golden Oldies: Classic Articles from the World of Statistics and Probability: 'The Place of Statistics in the University', Statistical Science, 3, 1, 1988, 72–83, 10.1214/ss/1177013002, {| class = "sortable wikitable"! Year !! Country !! University !! Founder !! References
University College London >Karl Pearson>Pearson, Karl
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health >Raymond Pearl>Pearl, RaymondROHDE, C. >AUTHOR2=ZEGER, S.L. AUTHOR4=BANDEEN-ROCHE, K.TITLE=JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF BIOSTATISTICS. IN STRENGTH IN NUMBERS: THE RISING OF ACADEMIC STATISTICS DEPARTMENTS IN THE U. S. (EDS. AGRESTI AND MENG)PUBLISHER=SPRINGER SCIENCE+BUSINESS MEDIAISBN=978-1-4614-3648-5DOI=10.1007/978-1-4614-3649-2,
Indian Statistical Institute >Prasanta Chandra Mahalanobis>|JOURNAL, Mahalanobis and the Art and Science of Statistics: The Early Days, Ghosh, JK, Indian Journal of History of Science, 29, 1, 90, 1994,
Columbia University >Harold Hotelling>Hotelling, HaroldHTTP://WWW.AMSTAT.ORG/ABOUT/STATISTICIANSINHISTORY/INDEX.CFM?FUSEACTION=BIOSINFO&BIOID=7 > TITLE = HOTELLING, HAROLD, American Statistical Association Statisticians in History,
Iowa State University >George W. Snedecor>Snedecor, George W.OSCAR KEMPTHORNE>KEMPTHORNE OSCAR JOURNAL = INTERNATIONAL STATISTICAL REVIEW YEAR = 1974 DOI = 10.1214/SS/1028905974 JOURNAL = STATISTICAL SCIENCE PAGES = 66–74 PMID =,
North Carolina State University >Gertrude Cox>Cox, GertrudeHTTP://WWW.AMSTAT.ORG/ABOUT/STATISTICIANSINHISTORY/INDEX.CFM?FUSEACTION=BIOSINFO&BIOID=2 > TITLE = COX, GERTRUDE M. AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION > WORK = STATISTICIANS IN HISTORY ARCHIVE-URL = HTTPS://WEB.ARCHIVE.ORG/WEB/20151208055620/HTTP://WWW.AMSTAT.ORG/ABOUT/STATISTICIANSINHISTORY/INDEX.CFM?FUSEACTION=BIOSINFO&BIOID=2 DEAD-URL = YES, dmy-all,
Uppsala University >Herman Wold>Wold, HermanHerman Wold was appointed Professor of Statistics at Uppsala University in 1942. Already, in 1928, a Swedish Doctor of Philosophy ("Filosofisk Doktorsgrad") was awarded (to P. George Winsler); in 1910, a Professor's Chair in "Statistics" was created{{Dead linkbot=InternetArchiveBot |fix-attempted=yes }}.
University of Manchester >M. S. Bartlett>Bartlett, M. S.This position was the second chair of mathematical statistics in the United Kingdom, but there was no formal Department of Statistics at the University of Manchester.BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIRS OF FELLOWS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY > FIRST = PETER AUTHORLINK = PETER WHITTLE (MATHEMATICIAN) TITLE = MAURICE STEVENSON BARTLETT. 18 JUNE 1910 â€“ 8 JANUARY 2002 VOLUME = 50 URL = HTTP://JOURNALS.ROYALSOCIETY.ORG/CONTENT/M74446503K81L08Q/FULLTEXT.PDF, {{Dead linkbot=InternetArchiveBot |fix-attempted=yes }}
Cornell University >Walter Federer>Federer, Walter T.DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGICAL STATISTICS AND COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY: HISTORY > PUBLISHER = CORNELL UNIVERSITY JOURNAL = STATISTICAL SCIENCE YEAR = 2005 DOI = 10.1214/088342305000000142 ISSUE = 3, {{citation weblink > date = 18 April 2008 author = Susan S. Lang | publisher = Cornell Chronicle }}
Stanford University > TITLE = THE FOUNDATIONS OF STATISTICS AT STANFORD VOLUME = 53 DOI = 10.1080/00031305.1999.10474470, 263–266,
University of Mumbai >M. C. Chakrabarti > FIRST1=ULHAS J. FIRST2=MEENA R. ISBN=978-81-7319-281-4 PUBLISHER=NAROSA PUBLISHING HOUSE,
University of Michigan >Clarence Velz >AUTHOR3=THOMAS, K.K. AUTHOR4-LINK=KAREN BANDEEN-ROCHE YEAR=2012LOCATION=NEW YORKPAGES=407–417, 10.1007/978-1-4614-3649-2,
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill > YEAR = 2008 ARCHIVE-URL = HTTPS://WEB.ARCHIVE.ORG/WEB/20080929125235/HTTP://WWW.SPH.UNC.EDU/SCHOOL/SCHOOL_HISTORY.HTML DEAD-URL = YES, dmy-all,
University of Chicago > AUTHORLINK = STEPHEN STIGLER,weblink
Virginia Tech >Boyd Harshbarger>TITLE=VIRGINIA TECH DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS: THE FIRST FIFTY YEARS VOLUME=66 PAGE=1-17, 10.1080/00949650008812008,
Cambridge University, Statistics Lab >John Wishart (statistician)>Wishart, JohnA REALISED PATH: THE CAMBRIDGE STATISTICAL LABORATORY > URL = HTTP://WWW.STATSLAB.CAM.AC.UK/HISTORY/2HISTORY.HTML LAST=WHITTLE YEAR = 2003,
University of Pune >V. S. Huzurbazar >PUBLISHER=UNIVERSITY OF PUNEARCHIVEURL=HTTPS://WEB.ARCHIVE.ORG/WEB/20081021143334/HTTP://STATS.UNIPUNE.ERNET.IN/HIST3.HTMLDF=DMY-ALL,
University of California, Berkeley >Jerzy Neyman>Neyman, JerzySTATISTICS, PROBABILITY AND GAME THEORY > YEAR = 1996 PAGES = 139–146 AUTHOR = E. L. LEHMANN FORMAT = PDF SERIES = INSTITUTE OF MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS LECTURE NOTES â€“ MONOGRAPH SERIES, 978-0-940600-42-3,
Harvard University >William Gemmell Cochran>Cochran, W. G.Frederick Mosteller> PUBLISHER = AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION STATISTICIANS IN HISTORY ARCHIVE-URL = HTTPS://WEB.ARCHIVE.ORG/WEB/20130307050712/HTTP://WWW.AMSTAT.ORG/ABOUT/STATISTICIANSINHISTORY/INDEX.CFM?FUSEACTION=BIOSINFO&BIOID=21 DEAD-URL = YES PUBLISHER = AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION STATISTICIANS IN HISTORY,
University of Sydney > WORK = THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY NEWS,weblink
Texas A&M University >Herman Otto Hartley>Hartley, Herman OttoHISTORY, DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS > PUBLISHER = TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY ACCESS-DATE = 2 MAY 2009 ARCHIVE-DATE = 25 MAY 2009 DF = DMY-ALL,
Yale University >Francis Anscombe>Anscombe, FrancisWOLFGANG SAXON > URL=HTTPS://QUERY.NYTIMES.COM/GST/FULLPAGE.HTML?RES=9D01E6DD1231F936A15753C1A9679C8B63 DATE = 25 OCTOBER 2001 YEAR = 2002,weblink
Institute of Statistical Research and Training >Qazi Motahar Hussain>Hussain, Q.M.HTTP://WWW.ISRT.AC.BD/ > TITLE = ISRT, UNIVERSITY OF DHAKA: HOMEPAGE,
Princeton University >John W Tukey>Tukey, John W1978 > AUTHOR = ALEXANDER LEITCH WORK = A PRINCETON COMPANION URL = HTTP://ETCWEB.PRINCETON.EDU/CAMPUSWWW/COMPANION/STATISTICS.HTML, DAVID LEONHARDT > TITLE = JOHN TUKEY, 85, STATISTICIAN; COINED THE WORD 'SOFTWARE' NEW YORK TIMES > URL = HTTPS://QUERY.NYTIMES.COM/GST/FULLPAGE.HTML?RES=9500E4DA173DF93BA15754C0A9669C8B63 ACCESSDATE=2 MAY 2010,
University of Iowa >Robert V. Hogg>Hogg, Robert V.STATISTICAL SCIENCE>YEAR=2007ISSUE=1 DOI=10.1214/088342306000000637 FIRST=RONALD HERMANARXIV=0708.3974,
University of Glasgow >John Aitchison>Aitchison, JohnSilvey, DavidHTTP://WWW.GLA.AC.UK/DEPARTMENTS/STATISTICS/ABOUTUS/NEWS/40THBIRTHDAY/ > TITLE = DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS CELEBRATES ITS 40TH BIRTHDAY YEAR = 2006,
The Ohio State University >Mann–Whitney U>Whitney, D. RansomHTTP://LIBRARY.OSU.EDU/SITES/ARCHIVES/MANUSCRIPTS/ORALHISTORY/WHITNEY.PHP > TITLE = OSU ORAL HISTORY INTERVIEW WITH D. RANSOM WHITNEY â€“ UNIVERSITY ARCHIVES, {{Dead linkbot=InternetArchiveBot |fix-attempted=yes }}
University of Toronto > ACCESS-DATE = 12 NOVEMBER 2008 ARCHIVE-DATE = 14 SEPTEMBER 2009 DF = DMY-ALL,
Vidyasagar University >Anil Kumar Gain >TITLE=FOUNDER OF THE UNIVERSITYWEBSITE=VIDYASAGAR UNIVERSITY,
Hong Kong >Chinese University of Hong Kong >Howell Tong >weblink
Banaras Hindu University >Singh, S.N. >|
University of Oxford >D. V. Hinkley>Hinkley, D. V.BRIEF HISTORY OF THE ESTABLISHMENT OF STATISTICS AT OXFORD > URL = HTTP://WWW.STATS.OX.AC.UK/ABOUT_US/STATISTICS_IN_OXFORD,
University of Virginia School of Medicine >Frank Harrell>Harrell, Frank E.HTTP://KC.VANDERBILT.EDU/SITE/PEOPLE/10515/HARRELL-FRANK.ASPX > TITLE = FRANK E. HARRELL JR., PH.D. â€“ VANDERBILT KENNEDY CENTER PEOPLE ARCHIVE-URL = HTTPS://WEB.ARCHIVE.ORG/WEB/20100620205832/HTTP://KC.VANDERBILT.EDU/SITE/PEOPLE/10515/HARRELL-FRANK.ASPX DEAD-URL = YES, dmy-all,

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