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Comparing individual means in the analysis of variance.
  • J. Tukey
  • Mathematics, Medicine
  • Biometrics
  • 1 June 1949
The practitioner of the analysis of variance often wants to draw as many conclusions as are reasonable about the relation of the true means for individual "treatments," and a statement by the F-testExpand
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The Measurement of Power Spectra
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Some selected quick and easy methods of statistical analysis.
  • J. Tukey
  • Mathematics, Medicine
  • Transactions of the New York Academy of Sciences
  • 1 December 1953
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Generalized “sandwich” theorems
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Components in regression.
  • J. Tukey
  • Mathematics, Medicine
  • Biometrics
  • 1 March 1951
WE SHALL BE principally concerned with simple linear regression where both variates are subject to "error", although the same problems and methods apply to problems involving three, four, or manyExpand
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A Quick Compact Two Sample Test To Duckworth's Specifications
A simple test for comparing two samples is proposed. If one sample contains the highest value and the other the lowest value of the two samples combined, the total of two counts is taken as theExpand
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Conclusions vs Decisions
With the exception of appendices 2 and 3, the following is based on the after dinner talk given by Professor John W. Tukey at, the first meeting of the Section of the Physical and EngineeringExpand
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The uses of usefulness of binomial probability paper.
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