R. Dennis Cook

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American statistician

Why Is R. Dennis Cook Influential?

According to Wikipedia, 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. 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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