# Analysis of variability with large numbers of small samples

@article{Cox1986AnalysisOV, title={Analysis of variability with large numbers of small samples}, author={D. R. Cox and P. J. Solomon}, journal={Biometrika}, year={1986}, volume={73}, pages={543-554} }

SUMMARY Procedures are discussed for the detailed analysis of distributional form, based on many samples of size r, where especially r = 2, 3, 4. The possibility of discriminating between different kinds of departure from the standard normal assumptions is discussed. Both graphical and more formal procedures are developed and iltustrated by some data on pulse rates.

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