|Frank Carter Duckworth
December 26, 1939 |
Lytham St Annes, Lancashire
|Known for||Duckworth–Lewis method, Risk perception|
Frank Carter Duckworth MBE (born 26 December 1939 in Lytham St Annes, Lancashire) is a retired English statistician, and is one of the two statisticians who developed the Duckworth–Lewis method of resetting targets in interrupted one-day cricket matches. He studied physics (BSc Hons 1961) and earned a PhD (1965) in metallurgy at the University of Liverpool. Prior to his retirement, he worked as a mathematical scientist for the English nuclear power industry. He is a consultant statistician to the International Cricket Council, and the editor of the Royal Statistical Society's monthly news magazine, RSS News. He also served on the editorial board of Significance before stepping down in 2010. In 2004 he delivered the Royal Statistical Society Schools Lecture, entitled Lies and Statistics.
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- University of Liverpool Alumni Newsletter:Queen's Birthday Honours list 2010, July 2010
- The D/L Method in One-day Cricket: Twelve years on. Announcement for talk by Duckworth at the Australian National University, 20 February 2009
- Duckworth to review D/L method, slams Indian rival, MSN, 17 June 2009, archived from the original on June 19, 2009
- "Duckworth, Lewis to attend World Cup Forum in Antigua", Jamaica Observer, 3 December 2005, archived from the original on July 9, 2009.
- RSS News Editorial Team, Royal Statistical Society.
- RSS Schools Lecture (Guy Lecture) and Past RSS Schools Lectures, Royal Statistical Society
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