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In the portion of the paper translated here, Neyman introduces a model for the analysis of field experiments conducted for the purpose of comparing a number of crop varieties, which makes use of a… (More)

SUMMARY We derive conditions under which a set of conditional and marginal probability distributions will uniquely specify an all-positive joint distribution. Our theoretical result may yield… (More)

- Terence P. Speed
- 1983

Summary
The (joint) cumulant of a set of (possibly coincident) random variables is defined as an alternating sum of moments with appropriate integral coefficients. By exploiting properties of the… (More)

We calculate the variances of two classes of estimates of differential gene expression based on log-ratios of fluorescence intensities from cDNA microarray experiments: direct estimates, using… (More)

Data from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service are used to investigate the relationship between water temperature and survival of hatchery-raised fall-run chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha)… (More)

- Trang Nguyen, Terence P. Speed
- Journal of Molecular Evolution
- 1992

SummaryThe method of linear invariants discovered by Lake is a way of inferring phylogenies by testing statistical hypotheses. The main advantage of the method is that substitution rates for… (More)

With regard to the theorem in the paper, the second part is, in general, false, and the proof, given in Section 4.2, is in error. Dr K. W. Ng and Professor A. P. Dawid have pointed out the following… (More)

- Von Bing Yap, Terence P. Speed
- Journal of Molecular Evolution
- 2003

We studied the substitution patterns in 7661 well-conserved human–mouse alignments corresponding to the intergenic regions of human chromosome 22. Alignments with a high average GC content tend to… (More)