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### STATISTICAL METHODS FOR RESEARCH WORKERS

By Ronald A. Fisher (1925)

Posted April 2000

SOURCES USED FOR DATA AND METHODS

J. W. BISPHAM (1923). An experimental determination of the distribution of the partial correlation coefficient in samples of thirty. Metron, ii. 684-696.

J. BLAKEMAN (1905). On tests for linearity of regression in frequency distributions. Biometrika, iv. 332.·

J. T. ROTTOMLEY. Four-figure mathematical tables. Macmillan and Co.

M. BRISTOL-ROACH (1925). On the relation of certain soil algæ to some soluble organic compounds. Ann. Bot., xxxix.

J. BURGESS (1895). On the definite integral, etc. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edin., xxxix. 257-321.

W. P. ELDERTON (1902). Tables for testing the goodness of fit of theory to observation. Biometrika, i. 155.·

R. A. FISHER (1921). On the mathematical foundations of theoretical statistics. Phil. Trans., A. ccxxii. 309-368.

R. A. FISHER (1921). An examination of the yield of dressed grain from Broadbalk. Journal of Agricultural Science, xi. 107-135.

R, A. FISHER (1921). On the " probable error " of a coefficient of correlation deduced from a small sample. Metron, i. pt. 4, 1-32.

R. A. FISHER (1922). On the interpretation of c^{2} from contingency tables, and on the calculation of P. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, lxxxv. 81-94.

R. A. FISHER (1922). The goodness of fit of regression formula, and the distribution of regression coefficients. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, lxxxv. 597-612.

R. A. FISHER, H. G. THORNTON, and W. A. MACKENZIE (1922). The accuracy of the plating method of estimating the density of bacterial populations. Annals of Applied Biology, ix. 325-359. [p. 234] ·

R. A. FISHER and W. A. MACKENZIE (1923). The manurial response of different potato varieties. Journal of Agricultural Science, xiii. 311-320.

R. A. FISHER (1924). The distribution of the partial correlation coefficient. Metron, iii. 329-332.·

R. A. FISHER (1924). The conditions under which c^{2} measures the discrepancy between observation and hypothesis. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, lxxxvii. 442-449.

R. A. FISHER (1924). The influence of rainfall upon the yield of wheat at Rothamsted. Phil. Trans., B. ccxiii. 89-142.

J. G. H. FREW (1924). On *Chlorops Tœniopus *Meig. (The gout fly of barley.) Annals of Applied Biology, xi. 175-219.

GEISSLER (1889). Beiträge zur Frage des Geschlechts verhältnisses der Geborenen. Zeitschift des K. Sachsischen Statistischen Bureaus.

J. W. L. GLAISHER (1871). On a class of definite integrals. Phil. Mag., Series IV. xlii. 421-436.

M. GREENWOOD and G. U. YULE (1915) The statistics of antityphoid and anticholera inoculations, and the interpretation of such statistics in general. Pro. Roy. Sec. Medicine; section of epidemiology and state medicine, viii. 113.·

R. P. GREGORY, D. DE WINTON, and W. BATESON (1923). Genetics of Primula Sinensis. Journal of Genetics, xiii. 219-253.

W. HALL. Four-figure tables and constants.

J. A. HARRIS (1916). A contribution to the problem of homotyposis. Biometrika, xi. 201-214.

A. H. HERSH (1924). The effects of temperature upon the heterozygotes in the bar series of Drosophila. Journal of Experimental Zoology, xxxix. 55-71.·

J. S. HUXLEY (1923). Further data on linkage in Gammarus Chevreuxi and its relation to cytology. British Journal of Exp. Biology, i. 79-96.

T.L.KELLEY(1923). Statistical method. Macmillan and Co.

"MATHETES" (1924). Statistical study on the effect of manuring on infestation of barley by gout fly. Annals of Applied Biology, xi. 220-235.

W. B. MERCER and A. D. HALL (1911). The experimental error of field trials. Journal of Agricultural Science, iv. 107-132.

J. R. MINER (1922). Tables of [sqrt]1-*r*^{2} and 1-*r*^{2}. Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore. [p. 235]

A. A. MUMFORD and M. YOUNG (1923). The interrelationships of the physical measurements and the vital capacity. Biometrika, xv. 109-133.·

K. PEARSON (1900). On the criterion that a given system of deviations from the probable in the case of a correlated system of variables is such that it can be reasonably supposed to have arisen from random sampling. Phil. Mag., Series V. 1. 157-175.

K. PEARSON and A. LEE (1903). Inheritance of physical characters. Biometrika, ii. 357-462.

K. PEARSON (1922). Tables of the incomplete G-function. Stationery Office.

N. SHAW (1922). The air and its ways. Cambridge University Press.

W. F. SHEPPARD (1907) Table of deviates of the normal curve. Biometrika, v. 404-406.

"Student" (1907). On the error of counting with a hæemocytometer. Biometrika, v. 351-360.

"Student" (1908). The probable error of a mean. Biometrika, vi. 1-25.·

"Student" (1917) Tables for estimating the probability that the mean of a unique sample of observations lies between -[infinity] and any given distance of the mean of the population from which the sample is drawn. Biometrika, xi. 414-417.·

J. F. TOCHER (1908). Pigmentation survey of school children in Scotland. Biometrika, vi. 129-235.

G. U. YULE (1917). An introduction to the theory of statistics. C. Griffin and Co., London.

G. U. YULE (I923). On the application of the c^{2} method to association and contingency tables, with experimental illustrations. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, lxxxv. 95-104.