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Bibliography of Nonparametric Statistics

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ISBN 9780674422339

Publication Date: 01/01/1962

284 pages

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This bibliography lists in alphabetical order, by author, the publications from 1867 through 1960, in and about nonparametric statistics. Each title is followed by the abstracts and reviews and by abbreviated citations of subsequent papers which have made serious use of the title. Each entry ends with a symbol which classifies it under one or more of seventeen subject areas. The citations serve as a finer classification scheme. Titles have been selected not only for the professional statistician but also for workers in fields of application.

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