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- Bioequivalence Studies in Drug Development: Methods and Applications. Dieter Hauschke, Volker Steinijans, and Iris Pigeot. Journal of the American Statistical Association 2008. 103:1319-1320 .
- Graphics of Large Datasets: Visualizing a Million, Antony Unwin, Martin Theus, and Heike Hofmann. The American Statistician 2008. 62:180-181 .
- V. Berger: Selection bias and covariate imbalances in randomized clinical trialsWiley, Hoboken, NJ, USA, 2005, xii + 205 pp., $85.00 (hardcover). Computational Statistics 2008. 23:173-176 .
- Naomi B. Robbins: Creating more effective graphsJohn Wiley and Sons, 2005, xvii+402 pages, $64.95 (paperback), ISBN 0-471-27402-x. Computational Statistics 2007. 22:661-663 .
- Howard Wainer: Graphic discovery: a trout in the milk and other visual adventuresPrinceton University Press, 2005, xvi + 192 pages, $29.95 (hard cover), ISBN: 0-691-10301-1. Computational Statistics 2007. 22:665-667 .
- Favorite data sets from early phases of drug research – part 6. .
- The grammar of graphics. Leland Wilkinson. Journal of the American Statistical Association 2006. 101:1719-1720 .
- The analysis of means: A graphical method for comparing means, rates, and proportions. Peter R. Nelson, Peter S. Wludyka, and Karen A. F. Copeland. Journal of the American Statistical Association 2006. 101:848-849 .
- An oral contraceptive drug interaction study. Journal of Statistics Education: An international journal on the teaching and learning of statistics 2004. 12:--- .
- A course for clinical trials personnel in clinical study designs, randomization, allocation schedules, and interactive voice response systems. .
- Sample size determination for nonlinear models. .
- Illustrating the Neyman-Pearson lemma with a stopping rule of order $k$. The American Statistician 2002. 56:113-120 .
- Favorite data sets from early phases of drug research - part 5. .
- Illustrating the Neyman-Pearson lemma with a stopping rule of order $K$. .
- A Monte Carlo study of type I error rates for the two-sample Behrens-Fisher problem with and without rank transformation. Computational Statistics & Data Analysis 1997. 25:167-179 .
- Teaching introductory statistics courses so that nonstatisticians experience statistical reasoning. The American Statistician 1996. 50:69-78 .
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- Favorite data sets from early (and late) phases of drug research -- Part 4. .
- Favorite data sets from early phases of drug research -- Part 3. .
- Using orthogonal polynomial scores in summarizing and evaluating longitudinal data collected in phase I and II clinical pharmacology studies. Statistics in Medicine 1993. 12:633-643 .
- Using composite orthogonal polynomial repeated measures scores (CORMS) in evaluating phase I and II clinical pharmacology studies. Statistics in Medicine 1992. 11:2037-2037 .
- Favorite data sets from early phases of drug research -- Part 2. .
- Statistical reasoning or statistical methods?. .
- Some favorite data sets from early phases of drug research. .
- Using composite repeated measures scores in evaluating phase I and II clinical pharmacology studies. .
- Macros for paired categorical or continuous scale data analysis. .