William Henry ("Bill") Kruskal est un statisticien et mathématicien américain né le 10 octobre 1919 et décédé le 21 avril 2005 à Chicago d'une pneumonie. Il est connu pour avoir développé la méthode d'analyse de la variance de Kruskal et Wallis avec W. Allen Wallis (en). Il a reçu le prix Samuel Wilks en 1978.↑ « William Kruskal, Statistician, 1919-2005 »,‎ 27 avril 2005 (consulté le 27 mai 2014)

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  • William Henry ("Bill") Kruskal est un statisticien et mathématicien américain né le 10 octobre 1919 et décédé le 21 avril 2005 à Chicago d'une pneumonie. Il est connu pour avoir développé la méthode d'analyse de la variance de Kruskal et Wallis avec W. Allen Wallis (en). Il a reçu le prix Samuel Wilks en 1978.
  • William Henry Kruskal (10 ottobre 1919 – 21 aprile 2005) è stato uno statistico statunitense,noto in particolare per aver formulato assieme a Allen Wallis il test non parametrico che porta il loro nome.William Kruskal era il maggiore di cinque fratelli, due dei quali (Martin e Joseph Bernard) si distinsero anch'essi per i loro contributi scientifici; il primo divenne fisico, il secondo contribuì anche lui alla statistica.
  • William Henry Kruskal (* 10. Oktober 1919 in New York City; † 21. April 2005 in Chicago) war ein US-amerikanischer Mathematiker und Statistiker.
  • William Henry Kruskal (Nova Iorque, 10 de outubro de 1919 — Chicago, 21 de abril de 2005) foi um matemático e estatístico estadunidense.Filho de Lillian Oppenheimer, pioneira e difusora do origami nos Estados Unidos. Irmão dos também matemáticos Joseph Kruskal e Martin Kruskal. Estudou matemática na Universidade Harvard, e obteve o doutorado em 1955 na Universidade Columbia. Foi mais tarde professor da Universidade de Chicago.De 1958 a 1961 foi editor do Annals of Mathematical Statistics. Em 1971 foi presidente do Instituto de Estatística Matemática, e em 1982 presidente da American Statistical Association.Em 1990 tornou-se professor emérito.
  • William Kruskal (New York City, 1919ko urriaren 10 – Chicago, 2005eko apirilaren 21) estatistikari bat izan zen, ezaguna Kruskal-Wallis froga asmatzeagatik, Wilson Allen Wallis estatistikariarekin batera.
  • William Henry Kruskal (October 10, 1919 – April 21, 2005) was an American mathematician and statistician. He is best known for having formulated the Kruskal–Wallis one-way analysis of variance (together with W. Allen Wallis), a widely used nonparametric statistical method.Kruskal was born in New York City to a successful fur wholesaler. His mother, Lillian Rose Vorhaus Kruskal Oppenheimer, became a noted promoter of Origami during the early era of television. He was the oldest of five children, three of whom, including himself, became researchers in mathematics and physics; see Joseph Kruskal and Martin Kruskal. Kruskal left Antioch College to attend Harvard University, receiving Bachelor's and Master's degrees in mathematics in 1940 and 1941. He pursued a Ph. D. in Mathematical Sciences at Columbia University, graduating in 1955.During the Second World War, Kruskal served at the U.S. Naval Proving Ground in Dahlgren, Virginia. After brief stints working for his father and lecturing at Columbia, he joined the University of Chicago faculty as an instructor in statistics in 1950. He edited the Annals of Mathematical Statistics from 1958 to 1961, served as president of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics in 1971, and of the American Statistical Association in 1982. Kruskal retired as Professor Emeritus in 1990. He died in Chicago.
  • William H. Kruskal (10 oktober 1919 – 21 april 2005) was een Amerikaanse wiskundige en statisticus. Hij is vooral bekend door de naar hem en W. Allen Wallis genoemde Kruskal-Wallistoets, een veel gebruikte verdelingsvrije toets.
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  • William Henry ("Bill") Kruskal est un statisticien et mathématicien américain né le 10 octobre 1919 et décédé le 21 avril 2005 à Chicago d'une pneumonie. Il est connu pour avoir développé la méthode d'analyse de la variance de Kruskal et Wallis avec W. Allen Wallis (en). Il a reçu le prix Samuel Wilks en 1978.↑ « William Kruskal, Statistician, 1919-2005 »,‎ 27 avril 2005 (consulté le 27 mai 2014)
  • William Henry Kruskal (10 ottobre 1919 – 21 aprile 2005) è stato uno statistico statunitense,noto in particolare per aver formulato assieme a Allen Wallis il test non parametrico che porta il loro nome.William Kruskal era il maggiore di cinque fratelli, due dei quali (Martin e Joseph Bernard) si distinsero anch'essi per i loro contributi scientifici; il primo divenne fisico, il secondo contribuì anche lui alla statistica.
  • William Henry Kruskal (* 10. Oktober 1919 in New York City; † 21. April 2005 in Chicago) war ein US-amerikanischer Mathematiker und Statistiker.
  • William Kruskal (New York City, 1919ko urriaren 10 – Chicago, 2005eko apirilaren 21) estatistikari bat izan zen, ezaguna Kruskal-Wallis froga asmatzeagatik, Wilson Allen Wallis estatistikariarekin batera.
  • William H. Kruskal (10 oktober 1919 – 21 april 2005) was een Amerikaanse wiskundige en statisticus. Hij is vooral bekend door de naar hem en W. Allen Wallis genoemde Kruskal-Wallistoets, een veel gebruikte verdelingsvrije toets.
  • William Henry Kruskal (October 10, 1919 – April 21, 2005) was an American mathematician and statistician. He is best known for having formulated the Kruskal–Wallis one-way analysis of variance (together with W. Allen Wallis), a widely used nonparametric statistical method.Kruskal was born in New York City to a successful fur wholesaler. His mother, Lillian Rose Vorhaus Kruskal Oppenheimer, became a noted promoter of Origami during the early era of television.
  • William Henry Kruskal (Nova Iorque, 10 de outubro de 1919 — Chicago, 21 de abril de 2005) foi um matemático e estatístico estadunidense.Filho de Lillian Oppenheimer, pioneira e difusora do origami nos Estados Unidos. Irmão dos também matemáticos Joseph Kruskal e Martin Kruskal. Estudou matemática na Universidade Harvard, e obteve o doutorado em 1955 na Universidade Columbia. Foi mais tarde professor da Universidade de Chicago.De 1958 a 1961 foi editor do Annals of Mathematical Statistics.
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