Reading List

  1. Allison, David B.- Gorman, Bernard.S.- Primavera, L.H. (1993) Some of the Most Common Questions Asked of Statistical Consultants - Our Favorite Responses and Recommended Readings, Genetic, Social & General Psychology Monographs,  119( 2):155-186.
  2. ASA(1999) Ethical Guidelines for Statistical Practice, Prepared by the Committee on Professional Ethics and Approved by the Board of Directors.
  3. Bailar, J. C.- Mosteller, E. (1988)  Guidelines for statistical reporting in articles for medical journal, Annals of Internal Medicine, 108, 266-273.
  4. Bergman, N.-Gansky, S.-Guillon, C.-Loughin, T.-Sanchez, M. (2003) When You Consult A Statistician . . . What to Expect, American Statistical Association Section on Statistical Consulting Brochure.

  5. Box, George E.P.(1976) Science and Statistics, Journal of American Statistical Association, 71(356), 791-799.
  6. Chatfield, Chris(2002)  Confessions of a Pragmatic Statistician, The Statistician, 51(1): 1-20.
  7. Deming, W.E.(1982) Principles of professional statistical practice, Encyclopedia of Statistical Sciences, 2:184-193.
  8. Horton, Nicholas J. - Hardin, Johanna S.  (2015) Teaching the Next Generation of Statistics Students to “Think With Data”, The American Statistician, 69(4):259-265.
  9. Hyams, Lyon (1971) The Practical Psychology of Biostatistical Consultation, Biometrics, 27:201-212.
  10. Joiner, Brian(1982) Statistical Consulting, Encyclopedia of  Statistical Sciences, (Edited by Kotz,S. and Johnson,N.L.,Read,C.B.), Volume  2,  New York : John Wiley  and  Sons, Inc. ,  147-155.
  11. Joiner, Brian L.-Pollack, Alison K.(1982) Practicing Statistics or What they forgot to say in the classroom, in Rustagi, J.S.- Wolfe, D.A. (eds.) (1982) Teaching of Statistics and Statistical Consulting, Elsevier Inc, Academic Press Inc.:327-342.
  12. Jones, J.B. (2000) Research fundamentals: Statistical considerations in research design: A simple person's approach, Academic Emergency Medicine,  7(2):194-199.
  13. Kimball, A.W.(1957)  Errors of the Third Kind in Statistical Consulting, Journal of the American Statistical Association,  (62)278:133-142.
  14. Kish, Leslie(1978) Chance, Statistics, and Statisticians, Journal of American Statistical Association, 73(361):1-6.
  15. Kuzon, W.M.- Urbanchek, M.G.- McCabe, S. (1996) The seven deadly sins of statistical analysis, Annals of Plastic Surgery,  37(3):265-272.
  16. Marquardt, D.W.(1979)  Statistical consulting in industry, American Statistician,  33(3): 102-107.
  17. Meier, Paul (1986) Damned Liars and Expert Witnesses, JASA,  81, 269-276.
  18. Penner, Ralph – Watts, Donald G.(1991) Mining Information, The American Statistician, 45(1): 4-9.
  19. Preece, D.A.(1987) Good Statistical Practice, The Statistician, 36: 397-408.
  20. Significance (March 2004) The Accidental Statistician.
  21. Stasny, Elizabeth A. (2001) How to Get a Job in Academics, The American Statistician, 55:1:35-40.
  22. Vardeman,Stephen B.-Morris,Max D. (2003) Statistics and Ethics: Some Advice for Young Statisticians, The American Statistician, 57(1):21.
  23. Zahn, D.A.- Isenberg, D.J.  (1983) Non-statistical aspects of statistical consulting,  American Statistician,  37(4): 297-302.

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