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"In this third edition we have improved the eleven chapters of the second edition and added five new chapters. Also organized all of the R programs used in this third edition into a documented collection that is formally registered as an R package specifically linked to this third edition. "-- Introduction --The dichotomous data problem --The one-sample location problem --The two-sample location problem --The two-sample dispersion and other two-sample problems --The one-way layout --The two-way layout --The independence problem --Regression problems --Comparing two success probabilities --Life distributions and survival analysis --Density estimation --Wavelets --Smoothing --Ranked set sampling --An introduction to Bayesian nonparametric statistics via the Dirichlet process.
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Myles Hollander (born March 21, 1941) is an American academic statistician who has made research contributions to nonparametric methods, biostatistics, and reliability.