## Kendall's Advanced Theory of Statistics: Volume 1: Distribution TheoryThis major revision contains a largely new chapter 7 providing an extensive discussion of the bivariate and multivariate versions of the standard distributions and families. Chapter 16 has been enlarged to cover mulitvariate sampling theory, an updated ve |

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### Contents

Standard Distributions 163 | 5 |

always done when no individual author is named as in extensive sets of statistical tables | 10 |

The Multinomial Distribution and Quadratic Forms 508 | 15 |

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### Other editions - View all

Kendall's Advanced Theory of Statistics: Bayesian inference. Vol. 2B Anthony O'Hagan,Maurice George Kendall No preview available - 2000 |

Kendall's Advanced Theory of Statistics Maurice George Kendall,Alan Stuart,John Keith Ord,Anthony O'Hagan No preview available - 1991 |

Kendall's Advanced Theory of Statistics: Bayesian inference. Vol. 2B Maurice George Kendall,Anthony O'Hagan No preview available - 1999 |

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