By Lothar Sachs
Readers of my books, scholars and scientists, frequently ask for spe cial references no longer mostly present in introductory or interme diate books on information. From the titles and contents of 1449 key papers and books that are indexed and numbered in Sec tion five, i've got chosen key terms and topic headings and ar ranged them alphabetically including the numbers of perti nent references in part three. quantity 1153, for example, denotes my publication" utilized Statis tics". It encompasses a bibliographical part on pages 568 to 641. Supplementary fabric is displayed during this small bibliographi cal consultant. It additionally enhances recognized textbooks of field, Hunter and Hunter (No.121), Dixon and Massey (No.286), Snedecor and Cochran (No. 1238), and plenty of fresh opponents. because the method of facts is increasing quickly, many tools aren't thought of in any respect or basically brought within the easy textbooks of records. there's a desire for intermediate statistical tools eager about more and more advanced ap plications of statistics to genuine learn occasions. right here the specification of phrases is helping to discover a few resources. because the ref erences differ significantly in size and content material, the variety of culled or extracted phrases consistent with referenced web page varies much more, as does additionally their measure of specialization; although typically an intermediate statistical point is maintained.
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And improving inductive inference 640 Induktive Statistik, z. B. 121,231,291, 304,473,817,1152,1153,1238 Industrial experiments: robust regression in, e. g. 765 the design of effective 270 Industrial firm size distributions, e. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. 219 Influential data, influence curves for estimators 75, 219,547,1264, 1316, 1340, 1358, 1424 Influence functions and regression diagnostics 75, 219, 755, 990, 1264, 1340, 1383 Influential observations: in regression analysis 75, 219, 300, 442,547,755,956,990,1264, 1316,1340,1383 in the analysis of variance 1043 Influential subsets in regression 442 Information: and Dokumentation 399, 746 flows: Petri nets 410,529,1016, 1104,1105 processing by Petri nets 410, 529, 1016,1104,1105 Retrieval 399, 746 InformationsfluB-Beschreibung anhand von Petri-Netzen 410,529, 1016,1104,1105 Informationsverarbeitung in der Medizin, z.
69, 70, 183, 520 see also graphical displays in the presence of error, e. g. g. 755 spline functions in 1416 Data- and methodbase systems 104, 507 Data: and results, interpretation of, e. g. 229,328,379,888,916, 1151-1153,1263,1318-1323 and their requirements 197, 932, 1074, 1243, 1284, 1424 arising in paleo magnetism, navigation of birds and bees, or- 26 bits of comets, and sedimentary geology: see statistics on spheres banks relating to the frequency of occurrence of events or accidents, the reliability of components and the consequences of accidents, e.
G. g. 454, 643, 658, 874, 1028, 1315 pseudo-random normal deviates 421, 1035 specific random variables, e. g. g. 661, 908 Generation of variates: from distribution tails 1186 from 13 specific distributions 661 Generations, cohorts and conformity 851 Genetic and cancer hazards 84 Genetics: mathematical theory of quantitative 159 statistical methods in 331, 538,852, 1093, 1095 Genetik: kontinuierlich variierender Merkmale 852 Wahrscheinlichkeitsmodelle und statistische Methoden 331, 538,852,1093,1095 Genotype distributions for relatives in randomly mating populations 331 Genotypes and phenotypes in experimental populations 331 Genotyp-Umwelt-Wechselwirkungen852 Gen-Wechselwirkungen 852 Geoffrion implicit enumeration 1308 Geographie, statistische Methoden in der389,968, 1118, 1333, 1425 Geometric programming, e.