Wilcoxon was a notable chemist and had a significant role in developing modern insecticides. He and Jack Youden were two of a three person study group meeting to study R. A. Fisher’s newly published book, Design of Experiments. Both became statisticians and made important contributions.
KeywordsPrivate Tutor Thompson Institute Notable Chemist American Cyanamid Company Boyce Thompson Institute
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