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Bibliography

Below are references to books cited in the text plus some additional references. There are many good introductory statistical methods books in the literature. These include the books by Bhattacharya and Johnson, Kitchens, and Rasmussen cited below. The books by Stout et al. and Simon also discuss resampling for statistical inference. The books of Siegel and Castellan and of Hollander and Wolfe offer an elementary treatment of nonparametrics statistics (which includes the Wilcoxon procedures discussed in the text). The book of Hettmanspeger and McKean offers a more theoretical treatment, but it also includes the baseball data. The article by McKean, Vidmar and Sievers discusses the random drug screen which produced the quail data used frequently in the text. The particular quail data set used is presented in the article by McKean and Vidmar. The accompanying software of the text made use of the software cited in the references to Kapenga et al. and R.


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Bhattacharya, G. K. and Johnson, R. A. (1977), Statistical Concepts and Methods, New York: John Wiley & Sons.

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Hettmansperger, T. P. and McKean, J. W. (1998), Robust Nonparametric Statistical Methods, London: Arnold.

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Hollander, M. and Wolfe, D., A. (1999), Nonparametric Statistical Methods, 2nd Edition, New York: Wiley.

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Kapenga, J. A., McKean, J. W. and Vidmar, T. J. (1988), RGLM: Users Manual, Amer. Statist. Assoc. Short Course on Robust Statistical Procedures for the Analysis of Linear and Nonlinear Models, New Orleans.

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Kapenga, J. A., McKean, J. W. and Vidmar, T. J. (1995), RGLM: Users Manual, Version 2, SCL Technical Report, Dept. of Statistics, Western Michigan University.

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Kitchens, L. (1998), Exploring Statistics, 2nd Edition, Pacific Grove, CA: Duxberry Express.

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McKean, J. W. and Vidmar, T. J. (1994), A comparison of two rank-based methods for the analysis of linear models, The American Statistician, 48, 220-229.

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McKean, J. W., Vidmar, T.J., and Sievers, G. L. (1989), A robust two stage multiple comparison procedure with application to a random drug screen, Biometrics 45, 1281-1297.

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R (2000), R Development Core Team, R-core@r-project.org.

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Rasmussen, S. (1992), An Introduction to Statistics with Data Analysis, Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole Publishing Company.

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Siegel, S. and Castellan, N. J. (1988), Nonparametric Statistics for the Behavior Sciences, 2nd Edition, New York: McGraw Hill.

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Simon, J. (1995), Resampling: The New Statistics, Arlington : Resampling Stats, Inc.

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Stout, W. F., Travers, K. J. and Marden, J. (1998), Statistics Making Sense of Data, Rantoul, IL: Mobius.

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Wilcoxon, F. (1945), Individual comparisons by ranking methods. Biometrics, 1, 80-83.


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