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Statistical Methods for Research Workers.
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THE COMPARISON OF MEANS OF SETS OF OBSERVATIONS FROM SECTIONS OF INDEPENDENT STOCHASTIC SERIES
SUMMARY A METHOD of applying the formula for the sampling variance of the mean of a section of stationary time series, using an analysis of half the squared differences between sample values, isExpand
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Self-demand feeding in a maternity unit.
It is possible that a rigid feeding schedule could have a harmful effect on the establishment of lactation. The higher incidence of successful lactation in primitive communities than in moreExpand
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SAMPLING PROPERTIES OF LOCAL STATISTICS IN STATIONARY STOCHASTIC SERIES
The sampling moments of large-sample statistics calculated from stationary time series usually require for their evaluation the summation of long series of cumulants or products of cumulants of theExpand
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The Analysis of Multiple Time-Series.
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Statistical Methods for Chemists
W. J. Youden: Statistical Methods for Chemists. New York: John Wiley & Sons; London: Chapman & Hall, 1951. Pp. x + 126. 24s.
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Treatment of Iron Deficiency with Ferrous Fumarate
Anand, B. K., and Brobeck, J. R. (195Ia). Proc. Soc. exp. Biol. (N.Y.), 77, 323. -~ ~(1951b). Yale J. Biol. Med., 24, 123. Andrews, H. L. (1941). Psychosonm. Med., 3, 399. Arduini, A., and Arduini,Expand
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The Relation of Birth Weight to Physical Growth
It has been shown elsewhere (llhingworth, 1939; 1950; Illingworth, Harvey, and Gin, 1949) that the weight of a child at birth bears an important relationship to his subsequent weight and height. TheExpand
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The role of carbonic anhydrase in renal reabsorption of bicarbonate
It is now generally accepted that part at least of the bicarbonate filtered by the glomeruli is reabsorbed by a mechanism involving the exchange of filtered cations for hydrogen ions secreted by theExpand
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