Data Analysis and Regression: A Second Course in Statistics

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Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1977 - Mathematics - 588 pages
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Approaching data analysis; Indication and indicators; Displays and summaries for batches; Straightening curves and plots; The practice of re-expression; Need we re-express? Hunting out the real uncertainty; A method of direct assessment; Two-and more-way tables; Robust and resistant measures; Standardizing for comparison; Regression for fitting; Woes of regression coefficients; A class of mechanisms for fitting; Guided regression; Examining regression residuals.

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Approaching Data Analysis
1A The staircase and the shortcut to inference
Wilson and Hilfertys analysis

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DAVID C. HOAGLIN, PhD, is a Fellow of the American Statistical Association.

FREDERICK MOSTELLER, PhD, has been the recipient of several honorary degrees and is a former President of the American Statistical Association.

JOHN W. TUKEY, PhD, has received the National Medal of Science as well as several honorary degrees.

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