A Handbook for Data Analysis in the Behavioral Sciences: Statistical Issues

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with bibliographies, reprints, preprints, advice, and criticism. We thank you all. Of special help were Albert D. Biderman, William H. Kruskal, Frederick Mosteller, and John W. Tukey, who provided help and advice and supported the notion that research on graphics is a proper pursuit for a scholar, and is not merely the drawing of pictures. This version was aided by the many who commented on the chapter after it first appeared. We would like to single out Gideon Keren for his careful reading of the manuscript and his thoughtful suggestions for improvement. In addition we would like to thank Edward R. Tufte, whose graphical scholarship informed and inspired. He also provided a set of rules for writing that we have violated almost as often as he has. To wit use:
1. no more than three first-person singulars,
2. no more than three self-citations,
3. no more than two exclamation points,
4. no more than two boldface,
5. no more than one language, and
6. no more than one philosopher.

Sorry Edward.


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American National Standards Institute ( 1979b). American national standards time-series charts (ANSI Y15.2M). New York: American Society Mechanical Engineers.

Anderson, E. ( 1960). "A semi-graphical method for the analysis of complex problems". Technometrics, 2, 387-92.

Andrews, D. F. ( 1972). "Plots of high-dimensional data". Biometrics, 28, 125-36.

Andrews, D. F. ( 1978). "Exploratory data analysis". International encyclopedia of statistics (pp. 97- 101). New York: Free Press.

Angoff, C., & Mencken, H. L. ( 1931). "The worst American state". American Mercury, 31, 1-16, 175-188, 355-371.

Bachi, R. ( 1968). Graphical rational patterns. Jerusalem: Israeli University.

Bachi, R. ( 1976). "Graphical methods for presenting statistical data: Chairman's comments". The American Statistical Association Proceedings, Social Statistics Section (pp. 72-73). Washington, DC: American Statisticial Association.

Bachi, R. ( 1978a). Graphical statistical methodology in the automation era: Graphic Presentation of Statistical Information. Paper presented at 136th Annual Meeting American Statisticial Association Social Statistics Section, Session on Graphical Methods for Statistical Data, Boston, 1976. (Tech. Rep. No. 43, pp. 4-6). Washington, DC: Census Bureau.

Bachi, R. ( 1978b August). Proposals for the development of selected graphical methods. Paper presented at 136th Annual Meeting American Statisticial Association Social Statistics Section, Session on Graphical Methods for Statistical Data, Boston, 1976. (Tech. Rep. No. 43 pp. 23-68). Washington, DC: Census Bureau.

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