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Ralph Dennis Cook is an American statistician, mostly known for Cook's distance and the Cook–Weisberg test. Cook is a Professor of Statistics at the University of Minnesota. After graduating from Northern Montana College , Cook earned his master's and Ph.D. degrees from Kansas State University. His dissertation, The Dynamics of Finite Populations: The Effects of Variable Selection Intensity and Population Size on the Expected Time to Fixation and the Ultimate Probability of Fixation of an Allele, was supervised by Raj Nassar.
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