Charles Payne Winsor (It might be "Paine".)

He died in the early 50's. There was a biography
in the American Statistician, I think.

Rich Ulrich wrote:
> 
> On Thu, 26 Oct 2000 20:42:02 +0200, Damion Milne
> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> 
> > I would like to add some biographical information on Winsor to my slides
> > on the winsorisation technique, which deals with outliers in a
> > distribution.
> >
> > Winsorisation is described in Afifi and Azen 1979, by Academic Press
> >
> > Please send me some info on Winsor the man. Thanks
> 
> ("Could anyone suggest references for me ...?"  would be a gentler way
> to request assistance....)   It is George P. Winsor.  He drove an
> ambulance in WW I.
> 
> 
>http://libweb.princeton.edu:2003/libraries/firestone/rbsc/finding_aids/mathoral/pmc41.htm
> 
>  - has an interview with John Tukey concerning the statistics
> department and activities at Princeton.
> 
> I did a www.google.com  search on     Winsor statistics  history
> and got a few relevant hits, including the above, and mostly including
> Tukey.
> 
> --
> Rich Ulrich, [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> http://www.pitt.edu/~wpilib/index.html

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