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Ylvisaker, UCLA professor emeritus of mathematics and statistics, was quoted Friday in a Wall Street Journal blog column about a bill in Congress that would make it voluntary for Americans to respond to the U.S. Census Bureau's American Community Survey.
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AAS Biographical Memoirs - Edwin James George Pitman 1897-1993
Donald Ylvisaker, Director, Division of Statistics at UCLA, was a student at Stanford in 1957; he writes
Thanks are due to P.O. Bishop, Mary Baldwin (née Pitman), Bruce Brown, John Jenkin, Ingram Olkin, Edwin Arthur (Ted) Pitman, James Pitman, Jane Pitman, Peter Sprent, Geoffrey Watson and Donald Ylvisaker for their comments and contributions.
A UCLA ...
A UCLA professor emeritus of mathematics and statistics, Ylvisaker, a mathematical statistician, specializes in design theory and applied statistics.
Ylvisaker, UCLA professor emeritus of math and statistics, was quoted Friday in a Wall Street Journal blog article about a quirk in U.S. Census Bureau data that may have lead to research errors.
An article in today's Wall Street ...
An article in today's Wall Street Journal about a six-number combination that won twice in a row in Bulgaria's lottery cites research conducted in 2004 by Don Ylvisaker, UCLA professor emeritus of math and statistics, on the most popular six-number sets entered into California's Super Lotto contest.
Ylvisaker is quoted.