Re: Winsorisation: who was Winsor ?

2000-10-27 Thread Rich Ulrich
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

Re: Winsorisation: who was Winsor ?

2000-10-27 Thread Bob Wheeler
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

Re: Winsorisation: who was Winsor ?

2000-10-27 Thread Bob Hayden
- Forwarded message from Bob Wheeler - 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: ("Could anyone suggest references for me ...?" would be a gentler way to request

Re: Winsorisation: who was Winsor ?

2000-10-27 Thread Rich Ulrich
On Fri, 27 Oct 2000 12:24:41 -0400, Bob Wheeler [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 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: snip, my post, including where I misspelled /mistyped