Margaret Martin: A Leader in the Federal Statistical System | Amstat News

Margaret Martin: A Leader in the Federal Statistical System | Amstat News

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History of Statistics

The Stanford Daily 8 May 1986 — The Stanford Daily Charles Stein, professor of statistics, and internationally renowned statistician at Stanford since 1953,  is also the first Stanford professor ever arrested for protesting against apartheid. "I believe apartheid is wrong, and I believe that by divestment many universities will make a small contribution to the end of apartheid"

The Stanford Daily 8 May 1986 — The Stanford Daily Charles Stein, professor of statistics, and internationally renowned statistician at Stanford since 1953, is also the first Stanford professor ever arrested for protesting against apartheid. "I believe apartheid is wrong, and I believe that by divestment many universities will make a small contribution to the end of apartheid"

More Recollections of Warren Mitofsky | Huffington Post

More Recollections of Warren Mitofsky

More Recollections of Warren Mitofsky | Huffington Post

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Timeline of statistics - - 2013 - Significance - Wiley Online Library

Timeline of statistics - - 2013 - Significance - Wiley Online Library

A U.S. Census Bureau employee uses a UNIVAC 1105 computer to tabulate data…

Census Bureau employee uses a UNIVAC 1105 computer to tabulate data…

This #ArtifactFriday looks at the textbook we created for the 50 universities…

This looks at the textbook we created for the 50 universities…

#OnThisDay in 1983, we interviewed Morris H. Hansen, one of the 20th century's…

Morris Howard Hansen has been referred to as the century’s most influential statistician when it comes to the evolution of survey methodology

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