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Rudolf J. Freund, Ph.D., former associate director and cofounder of the Department of Statistics at Texas A&M University, is now professor emeritus, Dr. Freund received an M.A. degree in economics from the University of Chicago in 1951 and a Ph.D. in statistics from North Carolina State College in 1955. He has coauthored several impressive books, including SAS® System for Regression, Third Edition; Regression Methods; SAS® System for Linear Models, Third Edition; Statistical Methods; and Regression Analysis. Dr. Freund has been a SAS® user since 1972 and is a former SUGI chairman.

Ramon C. Littell, Ph.D., is professor of statistics at the University of Florida, where he teaches applied statistics and serves as consulting statistician in the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences. Dr. Littell is coauthor of SAS® System for Regression, Third Edition; SAS® System for Linear Models, Third Edition; SAS® System for Mixed Models; and SAS® System for Elementary Statistical Analysis, Second Edition. He is also widely published in statistical and applied journals. A SAS user since 1972, Dr. Littell has served as SUGI chairman and is a Fellow of the American Statistical Association.

Lee Creighton, Ph.D., is the documentation manager for the JMP division at SAS institute. He received his undergraduate degrees in mathematics education from North Carolina State University. His interest include the methods of teaching statistics and the applications of statistics to education measurement. Prior to working at SAS, Dr. Creighton taught high school and collegiate mathematics in North Carolina. He is coauthor of JMP® Start Statistics.

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