The Collected Works of John W. Tukey: Philosophy and Principles of Data Analysis 1965-1986, Volume 4

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CRC Press, May 15, 1987 - Mathematics - 675 pages
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This volume of eleven articles compiles important papers by Tukey that examine the intriguing problems inherent in the area of multiple comparisons and provide a useful framework for thinking about them. Each volume in the set is indexed and contains a bibliography.
 

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Contents

Preface to the Collected Works by William S Cleveland xi
1967
data 1951b
493
Unsolved problems of experimental 77
499
The future of data analysis 1962a 391
502
Preface to the Collected Works by William S Cleveland xi
517
an expository
549
A statisticians comment 1967e
579
What have statisticians been forgetting?
587
Exploratory data analysis as a part of a
793
We need both exploratory and
811
Choosing techniques for the analysis
869
An overview of techniques of data analysis
891
Introduction to styles of data analysis
969
history and prospects 1984d
985
Sunset salvo 1986a
1003
Index
3

Data analysis including statistics 1968e
601
sanctification or
721
Some further inputs 1970b
741
Lags in statistical technology 1973c
777

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