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Professor Tony Greenfield, (born 26 April 1931) is a British statistical consultant and academic. He was formerly Head of Process Computing and Statistics at the British Iron and Steel Research Association, Sheffield, and Professor of Medical Computing and Statistics at Queen's University, Belfast.
Total Books: 6
He is now a visiting professor to the Industrial Statistics Research Unit of the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne and to the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. He also assists many other universities around the world. He presents workshops, and teaches and examines post-graduate students.
Professor Greenfield recently co-authored Design and Analyse your Experiments with Minitab with Andrew Metcalfe, and is currently working on Engineering Statistics with Matlab. His inaugural lecture (1980) at Queen’s University is still sold as a booklet. His first book, Research Methods for Postgraduates is highly regarded on both sides of the Atlantic. He has also had a strong hand in The Pocket Statistician, Statistical Practice in Business and Industry and an Encyclopaedia of Statistics in Quality and Reliability. One of his contributions to his local community of Great Hucklow is the editing of a history of lead mining in the area: Lead in the Veins.
Tony is a founding member and Past President of European Network for Business and Industrial Statistics, and for many years he was a prominent member of the Royal Statistical Society. He was the first editor of RSS News and of the ENBIS newsletter and magazine. In just ten years, ENBIS has grown to a membership base of around 1500 practitioners spread across more than sixty countries. Tony has made a huge contribution to the society’s magnificent achievements.
Tony is a Chartered Statistician (CStat) and a Chartered Scientist (CSci).