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Chris is the Director of Statistical Research and Development for JMP. He joined JMP as a statistical software developer in 2003 after graduating with a Ph.D. in Statistics from North Carolina State University. Chris’s areas of expertise are in computational statistics and the development of statistical methodology. He has made contributions in the areas of optimal design of experiments, neural networks, reliability engineering methods, statistical process control, mixed models, robust statistical techniques, optimization algorithms, and numerical integration.
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