... intended to encourage the cultivation of statistics in their scientific aspects and promote the application of numbers to the solution of important problems in all the relations of life in which the numerical method can be employed, with a view to determining the laws which regulate them.
Fellows or non-fellows of the Royal Statistical Society who have communicated papers of special merit to a section of a local group of which they are members or have published such papers in the journals of the Society are considered for Bronze Medals. Preference is given to those under the age of 35.
1936 W G Cochran 1938 R F George 1949 W J Jennett 1962 P Armitage 1966 J Durbin 1967 F Downton 1968 R L Plackett 1969 M C Pike 1970 P G Moore 1971 D J Bartholomew 1974 G N Wilkinson 1975 A F Bissell 1976 P L Goldsmith 1977 A F M Smith
1978 A P Dawid | 1979 T M F Smith 1980 A J Fox 1982 S J Pocock 1983 P McCullagh 1984 B W Silverman 1985 D J Spiegelhalter 1986 D F Heny 1987 P J Green 1988 S C Darby 1989 S M Gore 1990 V S Isham 1991 M G Kenward 1992 C Jennison 1993 J A Tawn
1994 R F A Poultney | 1995 I Johnstone 1996 J N S Matthews 1997 G O Roberts 1998 D Firth 1999 P W F Smith and J Forster 2000 J Wakefield 2001 G P Nason 2002 G Molenberghs 2003 Peter Lynn 2004 Nicola Best 2005 Stephen Brooks 2006 Matthew Stephens 2007 Paul Fearnhead 2008 Fiona Steele
2009 Chris Holmes |
MacTutor links:
Royal Statistical Society, etc:
Royal Statistical Society Guy Gold Medal
Royal Statistical Society Guy Silver Medal
Royal Statistical Society Guy Bronze Medal
Other Web site:
Royal Statistical Society Web site
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