Volume 3.
(as bibtex)
130 references.
Articles

103104. [Golden Oldies: Classic Articles from the World of Statistics and Probability]: Comment: Recollections About Harold Hotelling
Deming, W. Edwards

103104. Comments on Harold Hotelling's views on teaching statistics
Deming, W. Edwards

104106. Comments on Harold Hotelling's views on teaching statistics
Gupta, Shanti S.

107108. Comments on Harold Hotelling's views on teaching statistics
Olkin, Ingram

109117. Selection models and the file drawer problem (C/R: p118135)
Iyengar, Satish,
Greenhouse, Joel B.

109117. Selection Models and the File Drawer Problem
Greenhouse, Joel B.,
Iyengar, Satish

113117. Optimal designs for comparing test treatments with controls
Zhao, Wenxun

118120. [Selection Models and the File Drawer Problem]: Comment
Hedges, Larry V.

118120. Comments on ``Selection models and the file drawer problem''
Hedges, Larry V.

120125. [Selection Models and the File Drawer Problem]: Comment: Assumptions and Procedures in the File Drawer Problem
Rubin, Donald B.,
Rosenthal, Robert

120125. Comments on ``Selection models and the file drawer problem''
Rosenthal, Robert,
Rubin, Donald B.

126128. Comments on ``Selection models and the file drawer problem''
Laird, Nan,
Patil, G. P.,
Taillie, C.

128131. Comments on ``Selection models and the file drawer problem''
Bayarri, M. J.

131131. Comments on ``Selection models and the file drawer problem''
Rao, C. Radhakrishna

132133. Comments on ``Selection models and the file drawer problem''
DuMouchel, William

133135. Reply to comments on ``Selection models and the file drawer problem''
Iyengar, Satish,
Greenhouse, Joel B.

133135. [Selection Models and the File Drawer Problem]: Rejoinder
Greenhouse, Joel B.,
Iyengar, Satish

136144. Frederick Mosteller and John W. Tukey: A conversation
Anscombe, Francis J.

149161. Employment Discrimination and Statistical Science
Dempster, Arthur P.

149161. Employment discrimination and statistical science (C/R: p161195)
Dempster, Arthur P.

161165. Comments on ``Employment discrimination and statistical science''
Fisher, Franklin M.

161165. [Employment Discrimination and Statistical Science]: Comment
Fisher, Franklin M.

165166. Comments on ``Employment discrimination and statistical science''
Goldberger, Arthur S.

167170. Comments on ``Employment discrimination and statistical science''
Roberts, Harry V.

171175. Comments on ``Employment discrimination and statistical science''
Conway, Delores A.

175183. Comments on ``Employment discrimination and statistical science''
Gastwirth, Joseph L.

183185. Comments on ``Employment discrimination and statistical science''
Blattenberger, Gail

186188. Comments on ``Employment discrimination and statistical science''
Holland, Paul W.

186188. [Employment Discrimination and Statistical Science]: Comment: Causal Mechanism or Causal Effect: Which Is Best for Statistical Science?
Holland, Paul W.

188189. Comments on ``Employment discrimination and statistical science''
Geweke, John

188189. [Employment Discrimination and Statistical Science]: Comment: Statistical Science and Economic Science
Geweke, John

190191. Comments on ``Employment discrimination and statistical science''
Fienberg, Stephen E.

191195. [Employment Discrimination and Statistical Science]: Rejoinder
Dempster, Arthur P.

191195. Reply to comments on ``Employment discrimination and statistical science''
Dempster, Arthur P.

196212. A conversation with George A. Barnard
DeGroot, Morris H.

213227. Saddlepoint methods and statistical inference (C/R: p228238)
Reid, N.

213227. Saddlepoint Methods and Statistical Inference
Reid, N.

228229. [Saddlepoint Methods and Statistical Inference]: Comment
BarndorffNielsen, O. E.

228229. Comments on ``Saddlepoint methods and statistical inference''
BarndorffNielsen, O. E.

229229. Comments on ``Saddlepoint methods and statistical inference''
Daniels, H. E.

230231. Comments on ``Saddlepoint methods and statistical inference''
Hougaard, Philip

232233. Comments on ``Saddlepoint methods and statistical inference''
Hinkley, D. V.,
Wang, S.

233234. Comments on ``Saddlepoint methods and statistical inference''
Tierney, Luke

234236. Comments on ``Saddlepoint methods and statistical inference''
Kass, Robert E.

237238. Reply to comments on ``Saddlepoint methods and statistical inference''
Reid, N.

237238. [Saddlepoint Methods and Statistical Inference]: Rejoinder
Reid, N.

237237. Comments on ``Saddlepoint methods and statistical inference''
Mitchell, Ann F. S.

239257. Rankbased robust analysis of linear models. I. Exposition and review (C/R: p258271)
Draper, David

239257. RankBased Robust Analysis of Linear Models. I. Exposition and Review
Draper, David

258259. Comments on ``Rankbased robust analysis of linear models. I. Exposition and review''
Welsh, A. H.

258259. [RankBased Robust Analysis of Linear Models. I. Exposition and Review]: Comment
Welsh, A. H.

259261. Comments on ``Rankbased robust analysis of linear models. I. Exposition and review''
Koenker, Roger,
Portnoy, Stephen

262263. Comments on ``Rankbased robust analysis of linear models. I. Exposition and review''
Hettmansperger, T. P.,
Aubuchon, James C.

263264. Comments on ``Rankbased robust analysis of linear models. I. Exposition and review''
Bickel, Peter J.

264266. Comments on ``Rankbased robust analysis of linear models. I. Exposition and review''
Martin, R. Douglas

266271. [RankBased Robust Analysis of Linear Models. I. Exposition and Review]: Rejoinder
Draper, David

266271. Reply to comments on ``Rankbased robust analysis of linear models. I. Exposition and review''
Draper, David

275280. Changing research methods in environmental epidemiology
Lilienfeld, David E.

2833. [From MousetoMan: The Quantitative Assessment of Cancer Risks]: Comment: Risk Assessment: Science or Policy?
Breslow, Norman

2833. Comments on ``From mouse to man: The quantitative assessment of cancer risks''
Breslow, Norman

281285. Changing policy roles of environmental epidemiology
Davis, Devra Lee

286297. Litigation and statistics
Weinstein, Jack B.

298305. Animal studies of human hazards
Rosen, L. A.

328. From MousetoMan: The Quantitative Assessment of Cancer Risks
Zeisel, H.,
Freedman, D. A.

328. From mouse to man: The quantitative assessment of cancer risks (C/R: p2856)
Freedman, D. A.,
Zeisel, H.

306313. Human studies of human health hazards: Comparison of epidemiology and toxicology
Savitz, David A.

314319. Quantitative risk assessment: Low frequency electromagnetic fields as an example
Morgan, M. Granger

320327. Scientific origins of incompatibility in risk assessment
Anderson, Paul D.

328338. Sources and policy implications of uncertainty in risk assessment
Needleman, Jack

3339. [From MousetoMan: The Quantitative Assessment of Cancer Risks]: Comment
Haseman, J. K.

3339. Comments on ``From mouse to man: The quantitative assessment of cancer risks''
Haseman, J. K.

339345. Insurability of hazardous materials activities
Baram, Michael S.

346350. Tests for biologic markers of genotoxic exposure and effect
Mendelsohn, Mortimer L.

351357. Statistical aspects of using biologic markers
Margolin, Barry H.

358366. The use of biological markers in risk assessment
Hattis, Dale

367370. Biological markers in tort litigation
Johnson, Ralph H.

371373. Radon as an indoor air pollutant
Ginevan, Michael E.

374376. A little exposure to radon
Teichman, Kevin Yale

377383. Science and values in the regulatory process
Ashford, Nicholas A.

386397. The Interface Between Statistics and Philosophy of Science
Good, I. J.

386397. The interface between statistics and philosophy of science (C/R: p398412)
Good, I. J.

3941. Comments on ``From mouse to man: The quantitative assessment of cancer risks''
Moolgavkar, Suresh H.,
Dewanji, Anup

398400. Comments on ``The interface between statistics and philosophy of science''
Suppes, Patrick

398400. [The Interface Between Statistics and Philosophy of Science]: Comment: Causality, Complexity and Determinism
Suppes, Patrick

401403. Comments on ``The interface between statistics and philosophy of science''
Barnard, George A.

401403. [The Interface Between Statistics and Philosophy of Science]: Comment
Barnard, George A.

403404. Comments on ``The interface between statistics and philosophy of science''
Berger, James O.

403404. The Interface Between Statistics and Philosophy of Science]: Comment
Berger, James O.

404406. Comments on ``The interface between statistics and philosophy of science''
Banks, David L.

406412. [The Interface Between Statistics and Philosophy of Science]: Rejoinder
Good, I. J.

406412. Reply to comments on ``The interface between statistics and philosophy of science''
Good, I. J.

4143. Comments on ``From mouse to man: The quantitative assessment of cancer risks''
Kaldor, J.,
Tomatis, L.

4143. [From MousetoMan: The Quantitative Assessment of Cancer Risks]: Comment: The Use of Animal Experiments in Cancer Risk Assessment
Tomatis, L.,
Kaldor, J.

413424. A conversation with Cuthbert Daniel
Tufte, Edward R.

425441. Monotone Regression Splines in Action
Ramsay, J. O.

425441. Monotone regression splines in action (C/R: p442461)
Ramsay, J. O.

4344. Comments on ``From mouse to man: The quantitative assessment of cancer risks''
DuMouchel, William

442445. [Monotone Regression Splines in Action]: Comment
Breiman, Leo

442445. Comments on ``Monotone regression splines in action''
Breiman, Leo

446450. Comments on ``Monotone regression splines in action''
Eubank, Randy

4556. Reply to comments on ``From mouse to man: The quantitative assessment of cancer risks''
Freedman, D. A.,
Zeisel, H.

4556. [From MousetoMan: The Quantitative Assessment of Cancer Risks]: Rejoinder
Zeisel, H.,
Freedman, D. A.

450456. Comments on ``Monotone regression splines in action''
Hastie, Trevor,
Tibshirani, Robert

456458. Comments on ``Monotone regression splines in action''
Wahba, Grace

459461. Reply to comments on ``Monotone regression splines in action''
Ramsay, J. O.

459461. [Monotone Regression Splines in Action]: Rejoinder
Ramsay, J. O.

462476. Optimal designs for comparing test treatments with controls (C/R: p477491)
Hedayat, A. S.,
Jacroux, Mike,
Majumdar, Dibyen

477480. Comments on ``Optimal designs for comparing test treatments with controls''
Bechhofer, Robert E.,
Tamhane, Ajit C.

477480. Optimal Designs for Comparing Test Treatments with Controls]: Comment
Tamhane, Ajit C.,
Bechhofer, Robert E.

480482. [Optimal Designs for Comparing Test Treatments with Controls]: Comment
Notz, William I.

480482. Comments on ``Optimal designs for comparing test treatments with controls''
Notz, William I.

482484. Comments on ``Optimal designs for comparing test treatments with controls''
Giovagnoli, A.,
Verdinelli, I.

485486. Comments on ``Optimal designs for comparing test treatments with controls''
Spurrier, John D.

486487. Comments on ``Optimal designs for comparing test treatments with controls''
Owen, R. J.

487491. [Optimal Designs for Comparing Test Treatments with Controls]: Rejoinder
Majumdar, Dibyen,
Jacroux, Mike,
Hedayat, A. S.

487491. Reply to comments on ``Optimal designs for comparing test treatments with controls''
Hedayat, A. S.,
Jacroux, Mike,
Majumdar, Dibyen

5762. Obituary: Harold Hotelling, 18951973 (Ref: p63108)
Darnell, Adrian C.

6371. Golden Oldies: Classic Articles from the World of Statistics and Probability: The Teaching of Statistics
Hotelling, Harold

6371. The teaching of statistics (Reprint) (Com: p84108; Ref: p5762, p7283)
Hotelling, Harold

7283. Golden Oldies: Classic Articles from the World of Statistics and Probability: The Place of Statistics in the University
Hotelling, Harold

7283. The place of statistics in the university (Reprint) (Com: p84108; Ref: p5771)
Hotelling, Harold

8487. Comments on Harold Hotelling's views on teaching statistics
Moore, David S.

8487. [Golden Oldies: Classic Articles from the World of Statistics and Probability]: Comment
Moore, David S.

8790. Comments on Harold Hotelling's views on teaching statistics
Zidek, James V.

9091. Comments on Harold Hotelling's views on teaching statistics
Arrow, Kenneth J.

9295. [Golden Oldies: Classic Articles from the World of Statistics and Probability]: Comment: Academic Politics and the Teaching of Statistics
Hotelling, Harold

9295. Comments on Harold Hotelling's views on teaching statistics
Hotelling, Harold, Jr

9597. Comments on Harold Hotelling's views on teaching statistics
Hogg, Robert V.

98103. Comments on Harold Hotelling's views on teaching statistics
Bradley, Ralph A.

98103. [Golden Oldies: Classic Articles from the World of Statistics and Probability]: Comment: Harold Hotelling's Views on Statistics
Bradley, Ralph A.