[R] Fisher (was Blue Book)
rvaradha at jhsph.edu
Fri May 17 16:55:14 CEST 2002
Along similar lines of this question, I'd like to ask senior statisticians
in the group to recommend their list of "must read" classics in statistics.
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From: "Martin Henry H. Stevens" <HStevens at muohio.edu>
To: <Bill.Venables at cmis.csiro.au>; <r-help at stat.math.ethz.ch>
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Subject: RE: [R] Fisher (was Blue Book)
> Huh? Should I read Fisher, or not? I really would like your opinion. I
> often thought about Statistical Methods For Research Workers , but never
> followed through.
> At 02:53 AM 5/17/2002, Bill.Venables at cmis.csiro.au wrote:
> >It's not like R A Fisher (who nobody should read unless they have
> >done so at least once before)
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