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## LIST OF TABLES LIST OF FIGURES (1959)

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The Lognormal Distribution
- Aitchison, Brown
- 1957
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Citation Context ...approaoh has • been found useful in problems which seem to defy strictly mathematioal treatmemt, and has beem particularly successful in studies of estimation prooedures for a wide variety of models (=-=Aitchison and Brown, 1957-=-; Morrison, 19.56; Neiswanger and Yancey, 1959; Orcutt and Coohrane, 1949). Its use here involves application of the estimation procedures described above to simulated fragmentary multivariate normal ... |

5 | Estimation of Parameter from Incomplete Data - Lord - 1955 |

4 | A study of the lengths of the long bones of the arms and legs in man, with special reference to Anglo-Saxon skeletons. - Munter - 1936 |

4 | A sampling study of the merits of autoregressive and reduced form transformation in regression analysis - Orcutt, Cochrane - 1949 |

3 | Analysis of dispersion with incomplete observations on one of the characters - Rao - 1956 |

2 | Estimation of parameters from incomplete data with application to design of sample surveys. - MATTHAi - 1951 |

2 | Some studies on the estimates of the e:x;ponents in'models containing one and two exponentials. Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis. North Carolina State - Morrison - 1956 |

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The error of replicated potency estimates in a biological assay method of the parallel line type
- Sheps, Munson
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Citation Context ...re available here. The inconsistenoy between estimates of i these two types has long been of ooncern in bioassay applioations, but • as an experimental rather than a statistioal problem (Bliss, 1952; =-=Sheps and Munson, 1957-=-). .An examination of the oonsistenoy of these two ways of estimating the variance of regression coeffioients is of irrlierest as a by-product of this researoh. Table 3 gives mean values A of the Vw(b... |

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Ma:ximum likelihood estizrates for a multivariate normal distribution w~n some ob servations are missing
- Anderson
- 1957
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Citation Context ...unwieldy. One oase in the literature whioh is dealt with in detail is that in whioh values are missing from only one of the variables in a sanple from a trivariate normal population (Edgett, 1956 and =-=Anderson, 1957-=-). Using the· notation indioated for data of the form given on page 2, • Edgett sets up the likelihood :funotion n TI f.,t. (:;.,X2, X 3 1 lJol ,lJo2,lJo3; ai'~'a5; P12,P13,P23) ...1 n IT f.t. (:;"X 3... |

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The Statisties of Bioassay. The Academic Press" Inc
- Bliss
- 1952
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Citation Context ...- . Vw(b ), are available here. The inconsistenoy between estimates of i these two types has long been of ooncern in bioassay applioations, but • as an experimental rather than a statistioal problem (=-=Bliss, 1952-=-; Sheps and Munson, 1957). .An examination of the oonsistenoy of these two ways of estimating the variance of regression coeffioients is of irrlierest as a by-product of this researoh. Table 3 gives m... |

1 | Multivariate Correlational Analysis - Bois, H - 1957 |

1 | Introduction to Statistical Theory. Mimeographed classnotes - Dtu1can - 1957 |

1 | Linear Computations. John '1tlley and Sons - Dwyer - 1951 |

1 | On the selection of predictors: two approaches. Unpublished - Foster - 1950 |

1 | Linear transformation to a set of stochastically dependent normal variables - J - 1957 |

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Parameter estimates and autonomous· growth
- Yancey
- 1959
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Citation Context ...defy strictly mathematioal treatmemt, and has beem particularly successful in studies of estimation prooedures for a wide variety of models (Aitchison and Brown, 1957; Morrison, 19.56; Neiswanger and =-=Yancey, 1959-=-; Orcutt and Coohrane, 1949). Its use here involves application of the estimation procedures described above to simulated fragmentary multivariate normal samples. Measures of prediction efficiency are... |

1 | The application of a regression equation to a new samp-le - Jr - 1948 |

1 | Estimation of parameters from inoomplete multiva.riatesamples - Jr - 1957 |

1 | A Million Random Digits with 100,,000 Nomal Deviates. The Free Press - COiporabion - 1955 |

1 | Carolina perinatal mortality study: investigation of methods for analyzing data. Unpublished Ph.D. T'hesis. University of North Oarolina" Ohapel - North |