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#OnThisDay in 1983, we interviewed Morris H. Hansen, one of the 20th century's most influential statisticians http://www.census.gov/history/pdf/Hansen_Oral_History.pdf

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

Calyampudi R. Rao

Calyampudi R. Rao

William J. Youden (1900-1971)

William J.

Arnold Zellner, Physicist Turned Economist and Statistician (1927-2010)

Arnold Zellner, Physicist Turned Economist and Statistician

Edwar Jarvis— Amstat News

Statistician in history—Edward Jarvis

The first director of the permanent census office was S. N. D. North, the sixth president of ASA and the first to serve a one-year term (1910).

The first director of the permanent census office was S. North, the sixth president of ASA and the first to serve a one-year term

Helen Walker

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Richard Fletcher (1788–1869) Lawyer, Massachusetts Representative, and Massachusetts Supreme Court Justice — Amstat News

Richard Fletcher Lawyer, Massachusetts Representative, and Massachusetts Supreme Court Justice — Amstat News

Helen M. Walker (1891-1983)

Helen M. Walker (1891-1983)

Dr. Richard L. Anderson, one of the modern pioneer statisticians of the United States and a very active supporter of the American Statistical Association, died January 19, 2003, in Lexington, Kentucky, at age 87.

Richard L. Anderson, one of the modern pioneer statisticians of the United States and a very active supporter of the American Statistical Association, died January in Lexington, Kentucky, at age

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