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Mathematics and Statistics.

Mathematics and Statistics

Bernoulli Society for Mathematical Statistics and Probability

Bernoulli Society for Mathematical Statistics and Probability

On‐line teaching of mathematics and statistics

MACBEATH, (Alexander) Murray (1923 - 2014), Professor of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Pittsburgh, 1979–90

BROWN, James (1928 - 2000), Administrative Manager (Projects), Mathematics and Statistics Department, Brunel University, since 1994

Deriving Reliable Change Statistics from Test–Retest Normative Data: Comparison of Models and Mathematical Expressions

CASSELS, John William Scott (born 1922), Sadleirian Professor of Pure Mathematics, Cambridge University, 1967–84; Head of Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics, 1969–84

NEUMANN, Bernhard Hermann (1909 - 2002), Hon. Fellow, CSIRO Division of Mathematical and Information Sciences (formerly Mathematics and Statistics), since 2000 (Hon. Research Fellow, 1978–99)

SOWARD, Andrew Michael (born 1943), Professor of Applied Mathematics, University of Exeter, 1996–2009, now Emeritus; Strategic Research Adviser, School of Mathematics and Statistics, Newcastle University, since 2011

DAWSON, Donald Andrew (born 1937), Professor Emeritus and Distinguished Research Professor, School of Mathematics and Statistics, Carleton University, Ottawa, since 1999

BIRD, Sheila Macdonald (born 1952), Programme Leader, MRC Biostatistics Unit, Cambridge, since 1996; Visiting Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Strathclyde, since 2002

KENDALL, David George (1918 - 2007), Professor of Mathematical Statistics, University of Cambridge, 1962–85 and Fellow of Churchill College, since 1962

Why is statistics perceived as difficult and can practice during training change perceptions? Insights from a prospective mathematics teacher

Erratum to Deriving Reliable Change Statistics from Test–Retest Normative Data: Comparison of Models and Mathematical Expressions

JEFFERS, John Norman Richard (1926 - 2011), consultant; Visiting Professor: Mechanical, Materials and Manufacturing, University of Newcastle, since 1994; Mathematical Institute, University of Kent, since 1993; School of Mathematics, Statistics and Computing, University of Greenwich, since 1994

HAMMERSLEY, John Michael (1920 - 2004), Reader in Mathematical Statistics, University of Oxford, and Professorial Fellow, Trinity College, Oxford, 1969–87, then Emeritus Fellow; part-time Consultant, Oxford Centre for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, 1987–2000

McDOUGALL, Trevor John (born 1952), Professor of Ocean Physics, School of Mathematics and Statistics, UNSW Australia (formerly University of New South Wales), since 2012

 

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