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- Correction to: Statistical modeling and analysis of trace element concentrations in forensic glass evidence. The Annals of Applied Statistics 2019. 13:1319-1328 .
- Statistical modeling and analysis of trace element concentrations in forensic glass evidence. The Annals of Applied Statistics 2018. 12:788-814 .
- Statistical Issues in Assessing Forensic Evidence. International Statistical Review 2015. 83:111-134 .
- Quantification of length-bias in screening trials with covariate-dependent test sensitivity. Biometrical Journal 2015. 57:777-796 .
- Inference of long term effects and overdiagnosis in periodic cancer screening. Statistica Sinica 2014. 24:815-831 .
- The Lead Time Distribution When Lifetime is Subject to Competing Risks in Cancer Screening. The International Journal of Biostatistics 2012. 8:N/A-N/A .
- Special section: Statistical methods for next-generation gene sequencing data. The Annals of Applied Statistics 2012. 6:429-431 .
- Special section: Statistical methods for next-generation gene sequencing data. The Annals of Applied Statistics 2012. 6:429-431 .
- Special section on statistics in neuroscience. The Annals of Applied Statistics 2011. 5:1127-1131 .
- Special section on modern multivariate analysis. The Annals of Applied Statistics 2011. 5:2265-2265 .
- Special section on modern multivariate analysis. The Annals of Applied Statistics 2011. 5:2265-2265 .
- Effect of length biased sampling of unobserved sojourn times on the survival distribution when disease is screen detected. Statistics in Medicine 2009. 28:2116-2146 .
- Effect of length biased sampling of unobserved sojourn times on the survival distribution when disease is screen detected. Statistics in Medicine 2009. 28:2116-2146 .
- Effect of length biased sampling of unobserved sojourn times on the survival distribution when disease is screen detected†. Statistics in Medicine 2009. 28:2116-2146 .
- Data integrity and the scientific method: The case of bullet lead data as forensic evidence (Pkg: p17-26). CHANCE 2006. 19:17-25 .
- Computational methods in medical decision making: To screen or not to screen?. Statistics in Medicine 2005. 24:569-581 .
- Transformations, background estimation, and process effects in the statistical analysis of microarrays. Computational Statistics & Data Analysis 2003. 44:313-338 .
- Alternative definitions of comparable case groups and estimates of lead time and benefit time in randomized cancer screening trials†. Statistics in Medicine 2003. 22:83-111 .
- Identification of multivariate outliers in large data sets. .
- Statistical process control: The Deming paradigm and beyond. Technometrics 2003. 45:103-104 .
- John Tukey and robustness. Statistical Science 2003. 18:319-331 .
- Testing for normality. Henry C. Thode, Jr.. Journal of the American Statistical Association 2003. 98:765-765 .
- Alternative definitions of comparable case groups and estimates of lead time and benefit time in randomized cancer screening trials. Statistics in Medicine 2003. 22:83-111 .
- The influence of John Tukey's work in robust methods for chemometrics and environmetrics. Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems 2002. 60:127-134 .
- Trimming and Winsorization. .
- Smoothing. .
- Nonlinear smoothers in two dimensions for environmental data. Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems 2002. 60:113-125 .
- Improving the fit of bivariate smoothing splines when estimating longitudinal immunological and virological markers in HIV patients with individual antiretroviral treatment strategies. Statistics in Medicine 2001. 20:2489-2504 .
- John Tukey and robustness. .
- Temperature trends in the United states. Environmetrics 2001. 12:673-690 .
- In memoriam: John Wilder Tukey, June 16, 1915-July 26, 2000. Technometrics 2001. 43:251-255 .
- Forty years of Technometrics: Past, present, and future. Technometrics 2000. 42:2-4 .
- Editor's report. Canadian Journal of Statistics 1999. 27:1-2 .
- Simultaneous smoothing and adjusting mortality rates in U.S. counties: Melanoma in white females and white males. Statistics in Medicine 1999. 18:3167-3188 .
- Modeling circuit board yields. .
- Computing and using rural versus urban measures in statistical applications. The American Statistician 1998. 52:101-111 .
- Statistical methodology for assessing homology of intronic regions of genes†. Canadian Journal of Statistics 1998. 26:455-465 .
- Statistical methodology for assessing homology of intronic regions of genes. The Canadian Journal of Statistics / La Revue Canadienne de Statistique 1998. 26:455-465 .
- Comment on ``Consulting: Real problems, real interactions, real outcomes''. Statistical Science 1998. 13:25-29 .
- On the job. Stats 1998. :22-23 .
- An estimate of the variance of estimators for lead time and screening benefit time in randomized cancer screening trials. Biometrical Journal 1998. 40:801-821 .
- Smoothing non-Gaussian data in two-dimensions. .
- Estimating the difference in location parameters of two survival curves, with applications to cancer screening. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference 1997. 57:165-179 .
- Modeling circuit board yields. .
- Smoothing geographical data, particularly rates of disease. Statistics in Medicine 1996. 15:2539-2560 .
- Computer simulation of randomized cancer screening trials to compare methods of estimating lead time and benefit time. Computational Statistics & Data Analysis 1996. 23:263-291 .
- An $R^2$ for robust regression. .
- An application of nonlinear regression in research and development: A case study from the electronics industry. Technometrics 1994. 36:237-248 .
- Choosing among two-dimensional smoothers in practice. Computational Statistics & Data Analysis 1994. 18:419-439 .
- A data-analytic approach for estimating lead time and screening benefit based on survival curves in randomized cancer screening trials (Disc: p603-607). Statistics in Medicine 1994. 13:569-586 .
- Comments on ``Statistical values, quality, and certification''. The American Statistician 1994. 48:79-82 .
- A data-analytic approach for estimating lead time and screening benefit based on survival curves in randomized cancer screening trials. Statistics in Medicine 1994. 13:569-586 .
- An analysis of AIDS incidence data by clustering trends. Statistics in Medicine 1993. 12:311-326 .
- U.S. cancer death rates: A simple adjustment for urbanization. International Statistical Review 1993. 61:257-281 .
- Analysis of aberrations in public health surveillance data: Estimating variances on correlated samples. Statistics in Medicine 1992. 11:1551-1568 .
- Designing experiments in research and development: Four case studies. .
- Slash distribution. .
- Stem-and-leaf display. .
- A bidec $t$ table. Journal of the American Statistical Association 1988. 83:532-539 .
- Twicing. .
- An alternative to ordinary q-q plots: Conditional q-q plots. Computational Statistics & Data Analysis 1986. 4:167-184 .
- Monte Carlo swindle. .
- One-wild distribution. .
- Notched box-and-whisker plot. .
- A retrievable recipe for inverse $t$. The American Statistician 1984. 38:308-311 .
- Statistical analysis of some gas chromatography measurements. Journal of Research of the National Bureau of Standards 1983. 88:37-46 .
- Measurement assurance program transmittance standards for spectrophotometric linearity testing: Preparation and calibration. Journal of Research of the National Bureau of Standards 1983. 88:25-36 .
- One-sided trimming in small samples with asymmetric contamination. Communications in Statistics: Theory and Methods 1983. 12:477-496 .
- A biweight approach to the one-sample problem. Journal of the American Statistical Association 1982. 77:416-424 .
- Using biweight $M$-estimates in the two-sample problem part 1: Symmetric populations. Communications in Statistics: Theory and Methods 1982. 11:1883-1901 .