Data-Dredging Procedures in Survey Analysis

@article{Selvin1966DataDredgingPI,
  title={Data-Dredging Procedures in Survey Analysis},
  author={H. Selvin and A. Stuart},
  journal={The American Statistician},
  year={1966},
  volume={20},
  pages={20-23}
}
Introduction and Summary 1. It is a commonplace of the statistical design of experiments that the hypotheses to be tested should be formulated before examining the data that are to be used to test them. Even in experimental situations, this is sometimes not possible, and in the last decade or so some progress has been made toward the development of more flexible testing procedures which allow the data to be dredged for hypotheses in certain ways. In survey analysis, which is commonly… Expand
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