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  • Douglas Maintainer, Bates
  • 2013
August 29, 2013 Version 0.6-0 Date 2012-05-31 Title Data sets from Devore’s ‘‘Prob and Stat for Eng (6th ed)’’ Maintainer Douglas Bates <bates@stat.wisc.edu> Author Original by Jay L. Devore, modifications by Douglas Bates <bates@stat.wisc.edu> Description Data sets and sample analyses from Jay L. Devore (2003),‘‘Probability and Statistics for Engineering(More)
  • Douglas Maintainer, Bates
  • 2009
April 17, 2009 Version 0.4-5 Date 2004-10-03 Title Data sets from Devore’s “Prob and Stat for Eng (5th ed)” Maintainer Douglas Bates <bates@stat.wisc.edu> Author Original by Jay L. Devore, modifications by Douglas Bates <bates@stat.wisc.edu> Description Data sets and sample analyses from Jay L. Devore (2000), “Probability and Statistics for Engineering and(More)
GEORGE R. PETTIT, CHERRY L. HERALD, JOHN E. LEET, RAJESH GUPTA, DAN~EL . SCHAUFELBERGER, ROBERT B. BATES, PAUL J. CLEWLOW, DENNIS L. DOUBEK, KIRK P. MANFREDI, KLAUS R~~TzLER, JEAN M. SCHMIDT, LARRY P. TACKETT, FRANKLIN B. WARD, M~CHAEL BRUCK, and FERNANDO CAMOU. Can. J. Chem. 68, 1621 (1990). Western (Palau) and Eastern (State of Truk) Caroline Islands and(More)
A detailed study of the exchange of Fe3+ between pyrophosphate and human serum transferrin was undertaken to test the hypothesis of a generalized reaction route for exchange of Fe3+ between transferrin and chelators. The initial rate of Fe3+ transfer from pyrophosphate to apotransferrin-CO$ is highly sensitive to the pyrophosphate to iron ratio with a(More)
  • Douglas Maintainer, Bates
  • 2009
April 17, 2009 Version 0.5-6 Date 2006-02-08 Title Data sets from Devore’s “Prob and Stat for Eng (6th ed)” Maintainer Douglas Bates <bates@stat.wisc.edu> Author Original by Jay L. Devore, modifications by Douglas Bates <bates@stat.wisc.edu> Description Data sets and sample analyses from Jay L. Devore (2003), “Probability and Statistics for Engineering and(More)
I n t r o d u c t I o n t o t h e d I t c h From a distance, in North America, the Panama Canal seems like an imperialist anachronism, a historical leftover from a discreditable and nearly forgotten chapter of U.S. history. Up close, however, it is immediately apparent that the Panama Canal is one of the world's great waterways, the highly efficient(More)
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