Editor’s Note: Sir David Cox was a towering figure in the field of statistics and in science more broadly. This column showcases Cox's deep care for his students' learning as he provides detailed answers to their questions in a course on "Reading Cox," which I co-taught with my colleague Joe Blitzstein in 2012. His responses, annotated by Joe, provide a testament to his exceptional knowledge and insights, as well as his kind and nurturing approach to teaching. Sir David Cox's legacy lives on as a beautiful mind with a beautiful heart, inspiring future generations of scholars to come.
Full article forthcoming.
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