Dennis L. Eggett
About Dennis L. EggettDennis L. Eggett is an research professor of statistics and the director of the Center for Statistical Consultation and Collaborative Research at Brigham Young University. He received his BS and MS in statistics from BYU and PhD in statistics from North Carolina State University. From 1987–1997 he was a research scientist and statistical consultant at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) in Richland, Washington. PNNL is a contract laboratory of the Department of Energy operated by Battelle Memorial Institute. While at PNNL, He worked in areas related to waste cleanup, waste characterization, remote sensing, and the analysis of large data sets. He joined the faculty of BYU in August 1997. During that time he has served as director of the Center. This includes consulting with on-campus and off-campus clients, supervising student consultants, and teaching statistical methods. He has co-authored over 200 journal papers. He has worked with researchers from many different fields ranging from nursing to engineering. His expertise includes linear models, multivariate methods, experimental design, mixed models analysis, and resampling methods.
Comparing Phonemic Patterns in Book of Mormon Personal Names with Fictional and Authentic Sources: An Exploratory Study
by Brad Wilcox, Bruce L. Brown, Wendy Baker-Smemoe, Sharon Black and Dennis L. Eggett | Jul 26, 2019 | 1 comment