Bibliography of John W. Tukey



Entries for works that appear in previous volumes of The Collected Works of John W Tukey, abbreviated CWJWT, include information on the volume and page numbers in CWJWT.

Contributed by Mary Bittrich, 8/12/00


Published Works

1938a R. P. Boas, Jr. and J. W. Tukey. A note on linear functional Bull. Amer, Math. Soc., 44, 523-528.
   [See also 1940b] [Also in CWJWT, VI (199Oa),1-8; See also 1940b]

1938b On the distribution of the fractional part of a statistical variable, Mat, Sb. 4, 561562.
   [Also in CWJWT, VI (199Oa), 237-238.]

1939a The intrinsic metric of a polytope, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 25, 51.

1939b Denumerability in topology. Ph.D. Thesis, Princeton, University, Princeton, NJ (Pam 4572).

1940a Convergence and uniformity in topology Annals of Mathematics Studies, Number 2, Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ.

1940b R. P. Boas, Jr. and J. W. Tukey. Ax correction to QUA note on linear functional Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. 46, 566.
   [Also in CWJWT, VI (199Oa), 9-10.]

1941a Compactness in general spaces. Lectures in Topology. (R. L. Wilder and We LAyres, eds.) 307-309. University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, MI.
   [Also in CWJWT, VI (1990a),11-13.]

1942a Some notes on the separation of convex sets, Portugaliae Mathematica 3, 95-102.
   [Also in CWJWT, VI (199Oa), 15-23.]

1942b A. H. Stone and J. W. Tukey. Generalized "sandwich" theorems, Duke Math- J. 9, 356-359.
   [Also in CWJWT, VI (199Oa), 25-28.]

1944a H. Scheffe and J. W. Tukey. A formula for sample sizes for population tolerance limits, Ann. Math. Statist. 15, 217.

1945a H. Scheffe and J. W. Tukey. Non-parametric estimation, I. Validation of order statistics, Ann. Math. Statist. 16,187-192.
   [Also in CWJWT, VI (199Oa), 239-247.]

1946a G. W. Brown and J. W. Tukey. Some distributions of sample means, AnnMathStatist. 17,1-12.

1946b An inequality for deviations from medians, Ann. Math. Statist. 17, 75-78

1946c J. W. Tukey and S. S. Wilks. Approximation of the distribution of the product of beta variables by a single beta variable, Ann. Math. Statist. 17, 318-324.
   [Also in CWJWT, VI (199Oa), 277-286.]

1946d J W. Tukey and C. P. Winsor. Industrial statistics, J. Amer. Statist. Assoc. 41, 406411

1946e Review of Industrial Experimentation by K. A. Brownlee, J. Amer. Statist. Assoc. 41, 125-127.

1947a Linearization of solutions in supersonic flow, Quart. Appl. Math. 5, 361-365
   [Also in CWJWT, VI (199Oa), 29-34.]

1947b C. Hastings, F. Mosteller, J. W. Tukey and C. P. Winsor. Low moments for small samples: a comparative study of order statistics, Ann. Math. Statist. 18,413-426.

1947c P. S. Olmstead and J. W. Tukey. A corner test for association, Ann. Math. Statist. 18, 495-513.

1947d Non-parametric estimation, II. Statistically equivalent blocks and tolerance regions— the continuous case, Ann. Math. Statist. 18, 529-539.
   [Also in CWJWT, VI (199Oa), 249262.]

1947e Discussion of symposium papers (Symposium on Statistical Methods in Experimental and Industrial Chemistry), Analytical Chemistry 19, 956-957.

1947f Review of Multiple Factor Analysis by L. L. Thurstone, Amer. Math. Monthly 54, 613615.

1947g Review of Statistical Analysis in Biology, 2nd edition, by K. Mather, Quart. Appl. Math. 5,367-368.

1947h Review of A Teoria da Inducao Estadistica by Jorge Kingston, J. Amer. Statist. Assoc. 42, 190-191 .

1947i Review of The Factorial Analysis of Human Ability, Second Edition, by Godfrey H. Thomson, J. Amer. Statist. Assoc. 42,199-200.

1947j Review of Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data: Applications by Statistical Research Group, Columbia University for the Applied Mathematics Panel, Ann. Math. Statist. 18,142-144.

1948a Nonparametric estimation, III. Statistically equivalent blocks and multivariate tolerance regions—the discontinuous case, Ann. Math. Statist. 19, 30-39.
   [Also in CWJWT, VI (199>Oa), 263-275.]

1948b Approximate weights, Ann. Math. Statist. 19, 91-92.

1948c Some elementary problems of importance to small sample practice, Human Biology 20, 205-214.

1948d (with many others). Biometrical Clinic on Entomological Problems. (C. I. Bliss, ed.) Biometric Society, New Haven, CT.

1949a Dyadic ANOVA, an analysis of variance for vectors, Human Biology 21, 65-110.

1949b Memorandum on statistics in the Federal Government, Parts I and II, American Statistician 3, No.1, 6-17 and No.2,12-16.

1949c L. Spitzer, Jr. and J. W. Tukey. Interstellar polarization, galactic magnetic fields, and ferromagnetism, Science 109, 461-462.

1949d H. W. Bode, F. Mosteller, J. W. Tukey and C. P. Winsor. The education of a scientific generalist, Science 109,553-558.
   [Also in CWJWT, III (1986c),1-13.]

1949e Sufficiency, truncation and selection, Ann. Math. Statist. 20, 309-311.

1949f Comparing individual means in the analysis of variance, Biometrics 5, 99-114.
   [Also in CWJWT, VIII (1992d),315-321.]

1949g F. Mosteller and J. W. Tukey. The uses and usefulness of binomial probability paper, J. Amer. Statist. Assoc. 44,174-212.

1949h One degree of freedom for non-additivity, Biometrics 5, 232-242.
   [Also in CWJWT, VII (1992a),1-13.]

1949i F. Mosteller and J. W. Tukey. Practical applications of new theory. A Review. Part I —location and scale: Tables, Industrial Quality Control 6, September,5-8.

1949j F. Mosteller and J. W. Tukey. Practical applications of new theory. A Review. Part II —counted data—graphical methods, Industrial Quality Control 6, November, 5-7.

1949k Moments of random group size distributions, Ann. Math. Statist. 20, 523-539.
   [Also in CWJWT, VI (199Oa), 287-311.]

1949l Review of Theory of Experimental Inference by C. West Churchman, J. Amer. Statist. Assoc. 44,136-139.

1949m Review of Probability Theory for Statistical Methods by F. N. David, J. Amer. Statist. Assoc. 44, 567-568.

1949n Answer to question 21, American Statistician 3, No. 4 (October 1949), 12.
   [Also in CW7WT, VI (199Oa),313-316.]

1950a Discussion [Symposium: Statistics for the Clinician], J. of Clinical Psych. 6, 61-74.

1950b F. Mosteller and J. W. Tukey. Practical applications of new theory. A Review. Part III —analytical techniques, Industrial Quality Control 6, January, 5-7.

1950c F. Mosteller and J. W. Tukey. Practical applications of new theory. A Review. Part IV —gathering information, Industrial Quality Control 6, March, 5.

1950d F. Mosteller and J. W. Tukey. Significance levels for a k-sample slippage test, Ann. Math. Statist. 21,120-123.

1950e J. W. Tukey, E. H. Dufour and F. Seibert. Lack of sensitization following repeated skin tests with standard tuberculin (PPD-S), Amer. Rev. of Tuberculosis 62, 77-86.

1950f Some sampling simplified, J. Amer. Statist. Assoc. 45, 501-519.
   [Also in CW7WT, VII (1992a),107-129.]

1950g T. E. Harris, P. Meier and J. W. Tukey. Timing of the distribution of events between observations, Human Biology 22, 249-270.

1950h M. F. Freeman and J. W. Tukey. Transformations related to the angular and the square root, Ann. Math. Statist. 21, 607-611.
   [Also in CWJWT, VI (199Oa),149155.]

1950i Index in Contributions to Mathematical Statistics by R. A. Fisher. Wiley, New York.

1950j Chairman's closure. Acceptance Sampling. A symposium. 150-155. American Statistical Association, Washington, DC.

1950k The sampling theory of power spectrum estimates. Symposium on Applications of Autocorrelation Analysis to Physical Problems. 47-67. (NAVEXOS P-735) Office of Naval Research, Washington, DC.
   [Also in CWJWT, I (1984b),129-160.]

1950l M. P. Peisakoff and J. W. Tukey. Review of Sequential Analysis by Abraham Wald, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. 56, 200-202.

1951a Components in regression, Biometrics 7, 33-69.

1951b Standard methods of analyzing data, Proceedings, Computation Seminar December 1949, 95-112. International Business Machines Corporation, Armonk, NY.
   [Also in CWJWT, III (1986c),15-63.]

1951c L. Spitzer, Jr. and J. W. Tukey. A theory of interstellar polarization, Astrophysical Journal 114, 187-205.

1951d Quick and dirty methods in statistics. Part II—Simple analyses for standard designs. Quality Control Conference Papers 1951. 189-197. American Society for Quality Control, New York.

1952a Review of The Extrapolation, Interpolation and Smoothing of Stationary Time Series with Engineering Applications by Norbert Wiener, J. Amer. Statist. Assoc. 47,319-321.
   [Also in CWJWT, I (1984b),161-164.]

1952b Review of Statistical Methods for Research Workers, 11th edition, by R. A. Fisher, Econometrica 20, 511512.

1952c Review of Statistische Methoden fur Naturwissenschaftler, Mediziner, und Ingenieure by A. Linder, J. Amer. Statist. Assoc. 47, 554556.

1952d Estimation in the alternative family of distributions. Proceedings of the International Congress of Mathematicians 19501, 586.

1953a Some selected quick and easy methods of statistical analysis, Trans. N. Y. Academy of Sciences 16, 8897.

1953b W. G. Cochran, F. Mosteller and J. W. Tukey. Statistical problems of the Kinsey report, J. Amer. Statist. Assoc. 48, 673716.

1953c The growth of experimental design in a research laboratory. Research Operations in Industry. 303-313. King's Crown Press, New York.
   [Also in CWJWT, III (1986c), 6575.]

1953d See 1954e.

1954a W. G. Cochran, F. Mosteller and J. W. Tukey. Principles of sampling, J. Amer. Statist. Assoc. 49,1335.

1954b Causation, regression and path analysis. Statistics and Mathematics in Biology. (O. Kempthorne, T. A. Bancroft, J. W. Gowen and J. L. Lush, eds.) 35-66. Iowa State College Press, Ames, IA.

1954c W. G. Cochran, F. Mosteller and J. W. Tukey. Statistical Problems of the Kinsey Report on Sexual Behavior in the Human Male. American Statistical Assoc., Washington, DC.

1954d Unsolved problems of experimental statistics, J. Amer. Statist. Assoc. 49, 706731.
   [Also in CWJWT, III (1986c), 77105.]

1954e Peter G. Moore and J. W. Tukey. Answer to query 112, Biometrics 10, 562-568 and 11, 113 [errata].

1955a Systematization of journal practices, Science 122, 246.

1955b Mathematical consultants, computational mathematics and mathematical engineering, Amer. Math. Monthly 62,565571.

1955c Interpolations and approximations related to the normal range, Biometrika 42,480-485.

1955d W. G. Cochran, F. Mosteller and J. W. Tukey. Response to review article [on 1954c above], J. Amer. Statist. Assoc. 50, 829.

1955e Review of A Million Random Digits with 100,000 Normal Deviates by the Rand Corporation, J. Oper. Res. Soc. Amer. 3, 568-571.

1955f Answer to query 113, Biometrics 11,111-113.
   [Also in CWJWT, VII (1992a),15-18.]

1956a Keeping moment-like sampling computations simple, Ann. Math. Statist. 27, 37-54.
   [Also in CWJWT, VII (1992a),131-156.]

1956b H. F. Trotter and J. W. Tukey. Conditional Monte Carlo for normal samples. Symposium on Monte Carlo Methods. (H. A. Meyer, ed.) 64-79. Wiley, New York; Chapman and Hall, London.

1956c H. J. Arnold, B. D. Bucher, H. F. Trotter and J. W. Tukey. Monte Carlo techniques in a complex problem about normal samples. Symposium on Monte Carlo Methods. (H. A. Meyer, ed.) 80-88. Wiley, New York; Chapman and Hall, London.

1956d Variances of variance components: I. Balanced designs, Ann. Math. Statist. 27, 722736.
   [Also in CWJWT, VII (1992a),157-178.]

1956e W: C. Krumbein and J. W. Tukey. Multivariate analysis of mineralogic, lithologic and chemical composition of rock bodies, J. Sedimentary Petrology 26, 322-337.

1956f J. Cornfield and J. W. Tukey. Average values of mean squares in factorials, Ann. Math. Statist. 27,907-949.
   [Also in CWJWT, VII (1992a),179-239.]

1956g C. I. Bliss, W. G. Cochran and J. W. Tukey. A rejection criterion based upon the range, Biometrika 43,418-422.

1956h W. G. Cochran, F. Mosteller and J. W. Tukey. Fundamentos de muestreo, J. Inter. Amer. Statist. Inst., June,235-258. (Translation of 1954a)

1956i H. Press and J. W. Tukey. Power spectral methods of analysis and their application to problems in airplane dynamics. Flight Test Manual, NATO Advisory Group for Aeronautical Research and Development. Chapter IV-c, 1-41.
   [Also in CWJWT, I (1984b),185-255.] :

1957a Variances of variance components: II. The unbalanced single classification, Ann. Math. Statist. 28,43-56.
   [Also in CWJWT, VII (1992a), 241-260.]

1957b Variances of variance components: III. Third moments in a balanced single classification, Ann. Math. Statist. 28, 378-384.

1957c Some examples with fiducial relevance, Ann. Math. Statist. 28, 687-695.
   [Also in CWJWT, VI (199Oa),41-54.]

1957d On the comparative anatomy of transformations, Ann. Math. Statist. 28, 602-632.
   [Also in CWJWT, VI (199Oa),167-209.]

1957e Antithesis or regression? Proc. Camb. Phil. Soc. 53,923-924.

1957f Sums of random partitions of ranks, Ann. Math. Statist. 28, 987-992.
   [Also in CWJWT, VI (199Oa),373-381.]

1957g Approximations to the upper 5% points of Fisher's B distribution and non-central %2, Biometrika 44, 528-530.

1957h The sampling theory of power spectrum estimates, J. Cycle Research 6, 31-52.
   [1950k with comments]
   [Also in CWJWT, I (1984b),129-160.]

1958a H. O. Gulliksen and J. W. Tukey. Reliability for the law of comparative judgment, Psychometrika 23, 95-110.

1958b A smooth invertibility theorem, Ann. Math. Statist. 29,581-584.

1958c A problem of Berkson, and minimum variance orderly estimators, Ann. Math. Statist. 29, 588-592.
   [Also in CWJWT, VI (199Oa), 383-389.]

1958d R. B. Blackman and J. W. Tukey. The measurement of power spectra from the point of view of communications engineering, Part I, Bell System Tech. J. 37,185282.

1958e R. B. Blackman and J. W. Tukey. The measurement of power spectra from the point of view of communications enzineering, Part II, Bell SVstem Tech. J. 37, 485-569.

1958f Teaching of concrete mathematics, Amer. Math. Monthly 65,1-9.

1958g Bias and confidence in not-quite large samples [abstract], Ann. Math. Statist. 29, 614.
   [Also in CWJWT, VI (199Oa), 391.]

1959a A quick, compact, two-sample test to Duckworth's specifications, Technometrics 1, 3148.

1959b R. B. Blackman and J. W. Tukey. The Measurement of Power Spectra from the Point of View of Communications Engineering. Dover, New York.
   [Table of contents, preface and glossary in CWJWT, I (1984b),257-277.]

1959c The estimation of (power) spectra and related quantities. On Numerical Approximation. (R. E. Langer, ed.) 389-411. University Wisconsin Press, Madison, WI.
   [Also in CWJWT, I (1984b), 279-307.]

1959d Discussion of the papers of Messrs. Satterthwaite and Budne, Technometrics 1,166-174.

1959e Appendix 9: Equalization and pulse shaping techniques applied to the determination of initial sense of Rayleigh waves. The Need for Fundamental Research in Seismology. 60-129. Report of the Panel on Seismic Improvement, Washington, U. S. State Department.
   [Also in CWJWT, I (1984b),309-357.]

1959f An introduction to the measurement of spectra. Probability and Statistics, The Harald Cramer Volume. (Ulf Grenander, ed.) 300-303. Almqvist and Wiksell, Stockholm.
   [Also in CWJWT, I (1984b),359-395.]

1959g Little pieces of mixed factorials, (abstract 627) Biometrics 15,641-642.

1959h R. P. Abelson and J. W. Tukey. Efficient conversion of non-metric information into metric information. 1959 Proceedings of the Social Statistics Section. 226-230. American Statistical Association, W>ashington, DC.
   [Also in CWJWT, VI (199Oa), 393406.]

1960a Where do we go from here? J. Amer. Statist. Assoc.t 55, 80-93.
   [Also in CWJWT, III (1986c),107-126.]

1960b B. F. Green, Jr. and J. W. Tukey. Complex analyses of variance: General problems, Psychometrika 25,127-152.
   [Also in CWJWT, VII (1992a), 75-106.]

1960c S. Siegel and J. W. Tukey. A nonparametric sum of ranks procedure for relative spread in unpaired samples, J. Amer. Statist. Assoc. 55,429-445.

1960d Discussion of the papers of Messrs. Anscombe and Daniel, Technometrics 2,160-165.

1960e Conclusions vs. decisions, Technometrics 2, 423-433.
   [Also in CWJWT, III (1986c), 127141.]

1960f A survey of sampling from contaminated distributions. Contributions to Probability and Statistics: Essays in Honor of Harold Hotelling. (I. Olkin et al., eds.) Chapter 39, 448-485. Stanford University Press, Stanford, CA.

1961a Discussion, emphasizing the connection between analysis of variance and spectrum analysis, Technometrics 3,191-219.
   [Also in CWJWT, I (1984b),397-435.]

1961b Curves as parameters, and touch estimation. Proc. 4th Berkeley Symp. Math. Stat. Prob. 1, 681-694. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.
   [Also in CWJWT, I (1984b),437-454.]

1961c Statistical and quantitative methodology. Trends in Social Science. (D. P. Ray, ed.) 84136. Philosophical Library, New York.
   [Also in CWJWT, III (1986c),143-185.]

1962a The future of data analysis, Ann. Math. Statist. 33, 1-67 and 812.
   [Also in CWJWT, III (1986c),391-484.]

1962b Keeping research in contact with literature: citation indices and beyond, Trans. I.R.E. Professional Group on Engineering Writing and Speech 5, 78-82.

1962c Keeping research in contact with literature: citation indices and beyond, J. Chem. Doc. 2, 34-37.

1962d (with many others). Strengthening the Behavioral Sciences, The Behavioral Science Subpanel of the President's Science Advisory Committee, Science 136, 233-241.

1962e (with others). Meeting manpower needs in science and technology. Report No. 1 Graduate training in engineering, mathematics and physical sciences. (A report of the President's Science Advisory Committee.) The White House, Washington, D.C., 4' pages.

1963a B. P. Bogert, M. J. R. Healy and J. W. Tukey. The quefrency alanysis of time series fo] echoes: cepstrum, pseudo-autocovariance, cross-cepstrum and saphe-cracking Proceedings of the Symposium on Time Series Analysis. (M. Rosenblatt, ed.) Chapte] 15, 209-243. Wiley, New York.
   [Also in CWJWT, I (1984b), 455-493.]

1963b F. J. Anscombe and J. W. Tukey. The examination and analysis of residuals Technometrics 5, 141-160.

1963c R. P. Abelson and J. W. Tukey. Efficient utilization of non-numerical information i quantitative analysis: General theory and the case of simple order, Ann. Math. Statist 34,1347-1369.
   [Also in CWJWT, VI (199Oa), 445-476.]

1963d D. H. McLaughlin and J. W. Tukey. Less vulnerable confidence and significanc procedures for location based on a single sample: Trimming/Winsorization ] Sankhya, Series A 25, 331-352.

1963e What can data analysis and statistics offer today? Ocean Wave Spectra: Proceedings c a Conference. (National Academy of Sciences, ed.) 347-350. Prentice-Hall, Englewoo. Cliffs, NJ.
   [Also in CWJWT, I (1984b), 495-502.]

1963f A citation index for statistics and probability, Bulletin of the Int. Stat. Inst. 40, 747-756.

1963g A tagging system for journal articles and other citable items: a status report. Annus Report for 1963 under National Science Foundation Grant NSF-GN-297 (from th Office of Science Information Service).

1964a R. D. Luce and J. W. Tukey. Simultaneous conjoint measurement: A new type ( fundamental measurement, J. Math. Psych. 1, 1-27.
   [Also in CWJWT, III (1986c), 48' 516.]

1964b Samuel Stanley Wilks. Year Book of the American Philosophical Society, 1964. 147-154.

1965a J. W. Cooley and J. W. Tukey. An algorithm for the machine calculation of comple Fourier series, Math. of Computa. 19, 297-301.
   [Also in CWJWT, II (1985a), 651-658.]

1965b Data analysis and the frontiers of geophysics, Science 148,1283-1289.
   [Also in CWJW~, II (1985a),659-675.]

1965c Mathematics. Listen to Leaders in Science. (A.Love and J.S. Childers, eds.) Chapter 15, 217-232. Tupper and Love, Atlanta, David McKay

1965c Mathematics. Listen to Leaders in Science. (A. Love and J. S. Childers, eds.) Chapter 15, 217-232. Tupper and Love, Atlanta, (David McKay, New York). Reprinted in AT&T Bell Laboratories booklet entitled Dimensions in Communications: Engineering, Science, Mathematics.

1965d Which part of the sample contains the information? Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 53, 127134.
   [Also in CWJWT, VI (1990a), 477-487.]

1965e T. E. Kurtz, R. F. Link, J. W. Tukey and D. L. Wallace. Short-cut multiple comparisons for balanced single and double classifications: Part I, Results, Technometrics 7, 95-161.
   [Also in CWJWT, VIII (1992d),353-430.]

1965f The technical tools of statistics, American Statistician 19, 23-28.

1965g J. W. Tukey and M. B. Wilk. Data analysis and statistics: Techniques and approaches. Proceedings of the Symposium on Information Processing in Sight Sensory Systems. (P. W. Nye, ed.) 7-27. California Institute of Technology, Pasadena.
   [Also in CWJWT, V (1988a),1-22.]

1965h E. S. Pearson and J. W. Tukey. Approximate means and standard deviations based on distances between percentage points of frequency curves, Biometrika 52,533-546.

1965i T. E. Kurtz, R. F. Link, J. W. Tukey and D. L. Wallace. Short-cut multiple comparisons for balanced single and double classifications: Part 2. Derivations and approximations, Biometrika 52, 485-498.
   [Also in CWJWT, VIII (1992d), 431-452.]

1965j F. F. Stephan, J. W. Tukey and others. Memorial to Samuel S. Wilks, J. Amer. Statist. Assoc. 60, 939-966.

1965k T. E. Kurtz, R. F. Link, J. W. Tukey and D. L. Wallace. Authors' reply to Anscombe's comments, Technometrics 7,169.
   [Also in CWJWT, VIII (1992d),453-454.]

1965l The future of processes of data analysis. Proceedings of the Tenth Conference on Design of Experiments in Army Research, Development and Testing. 691-729. U.S. Army Research Of fice, Durham, NC.
   [Also in CWJWT, IV (1986e),517-547.]

1965m The inevitable collision between computation and data analysis. Proceedings of the IBM Scientific Computing Symposium on Statistics October 21-23, 1963. 141-152. International Business Machines Corp., Armonk, NY.

1965n J. W. Tukey, M. Alexander, H. S. Bennett, N. C. Brady, J. C. Calhoun, Jr., J. C. Geyer, A. J. Haagen-Smit, N. Hackerman, J. B. Hartgering, D. Pimentel, R. Revelle, L. H. Roddis, W. H. Stewart, and J. L. Whittenberger. Restoring the Quality of Our Environment, Report of the Environmental Pollution Panel, President's Science Advisory Committee. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC.

1966a Statement on Pollution. Federal Research and Development Programs, Hearings before a Sub-Committee of the Committee on Government Operations, House of Representatives, 89th Congress, Second Session, January 1966. 121-126. U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC.

1966b T. E. Kurtz, R. F. Link, J. W. Tukey and D. L. Wallace. Correlation of ranges of correlated deviates, Biometrika 53,191 197.

1966c A practicing statistician looks at the transactions, IEEE Trans. on Information Theory IT-12, 87-91.

1966d (with many others). Summary of the :slational Halothane Study, J. Amer. Med. Assoc. 197, 775-788.

1966e Use of numerical spectrum analysis in geophysics, Bull. Int. Inst. Stat. 41, 267307.
   [Also in CWJWT, II (1985a),677-738.]

1966f J. W. Tukey and J. L. Buckley. Earth—man's polluted spaceship. (The Call of the Vanishing Wild—6.) The Christian Science Monitor, Boston, MA. October 24, 1966, 9.

1966g J. W. Tukey and M. B. Wilk. Data analysis and statistics: An expository overview, AFIPS Conference Proceedings, 1966 Fall Joint Computer Conference 29, 695709. AFIPS Press, Reston, VA.
   [Also in CWJWT, IV (1986e),549-578.]

1966h R. A.t Haubrich and J. W. Tukey. Spectrum analysis of geophysical data. Proceedings of the IBM Scientific Computing Symposium on Environmental Sciences. 115-128. International Business Machines Corp., Armonk, NY.
   [Also in CWJWT, II (1985a), 739-754.]

1966i M. L. Tompkins and J. W. Tukey. Permuted (circularly-shifted) indexes to abbreviations: a mechanically prepared aid to serial identification, Proceedings of the 29th Annual Meeting of ADI, 347-355. American Documentation Institute, Washington, DC.

1967a What can mathematicians do for the Federal Government? Amer. Math. Monthly, Part II,101-109.

1967b C. Bingham, M. D. Godfrey and J. W. Tukey. Modern techniques of power spectrum estimation, IEEE Trans. on Audio and Electroacoustics AU-15, 56-66.
   [Also in CWJWT, II (1985a), 781-810.]

1967c Discussion on Anscombe's paper [Topics in the investigation of linear relations fitted by the method of least squares], J. Roy. Stat. Soc., Series B 29,47-48.

1967d Discussion of Session I, SIAM Review 9, 308-310.

1967e A statistician's comment. Electronic Handling of Information: Testing and Evaluation. (A. Kent, O. E. Taulbee, J. Belzer and G. D. Goldstein, eds.) 41-47. Thompson Book Co., Washington, DC.
   [Also in CWJWT, IV (1986e),579-585.]

1967f (with others). Computers in undergraduate education: mathematics, physics, statistics, and chemistry. Proceedings of a Conference sponsored by The National Science Foundation, University of Maryland. December 8-9,1967, 73 pages.

1968a W. J. Dixon and J. W. Tukey. Approximate behavior of the distribution of Winsorized t (Trimming/Winsorization 2), Technometrics 10, 83-98.

1968b An introduction to the calculations of numerical spectrum analysis. Spectral Analysis of Time Series. (B. Harris, ed.) 25-46. Wiley, New York.
   [Also in CWJWT, II (1985a), 811 -835.]

1968c The true purpose of transformation, (abstract) Biometrics 24,1041.

1968d Proceedings of the workshop: Practical applications of the frequency approach to EEG analysis. Advances in EEG Analysis, Suppl. 27 to Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology. 10-11.

1968e F. Mosteller and J. W. Tukey. Data Analysis, Including Statistics. Handbook of Social Psychology. (G. Lindzey and E. Aronson, eds.) 2nd Edition, Vol. 2, Chapter 10, 80-203. Addison-Wesley, Reading, MA.
   [Sections A, B. D, E and F in CWJWT, IV (1986e), 601720. Section C in CWJWT, V (1988a),123-148.]

1968f Is statistics a computing science? The Future of Statistics. (D. G. Watts, ed.) 1938. Academic Press, New York.

1969a W. M. Gentleman, J. P. Gilbert and J. W. Tukey. The smear-and-sweep analysis. The National Halothane Study, a study of the possible association between halothane anesthesia and postoperative hepatic necrosis. Chapter 4, 287-315. National Institutes of Health/National Institute of General Medical Sciences, Bethesda, MD.

1969b A further inquiry into institutional differences by means of superstandardization (a regression adjustment beyond standardization). The National Halothane Study, a study of the possible association between halothane anesthesia and the postoperative hepatic necrosis. Appendix 2,358-369. National Institutes of Health/National Institute of General Medical Sciences, Bethesda, MD.

1969c W. M. Gentleman and J. W. Tukey. Should we superstandardize agent comparisons? —General considerations and apparent conclusions. The National Halothane Study, a study of the possible association between halothane anesthesia and postoperative hepatic necrosis. Appendix 4, 372-380. National Institutes of Health/National Institute of General Medical Sciences, Bethesda, MD.

1969d W. M. Gentleman and J. W. Tukey. Development of certain formulas. The National Halothane Study, a study of the possible association between halothane anesthesia and postoperative hepatic necrosis. Appendix 5, 381-386. National Institutes of Health/National Institute of General Medical Sciences, Bethesda, MD.

1969e W. M. Gentleman and J. W. Tukey. Assessment of various structural regression coefficients. The National Halothane Study, a study of the possible association between halothane anesthesia and postoperative hepatic necrosis. Appendix 6, 387-391. National Institutes of Health/National Institute of General Medical Sciences, Bethesda, MD.

1969f Analyzing data: Sanctification or detective work, Amer. Psychologist 24, 83-91.
   [Also in CWJWT, IV (1986e), 721-739.]

1969g J. L. Dolby, H. L. Resnikoff and J. W. Tukey. A ruly code for serials, Proc. of the Amer. Soc. Info. Sci. 6,113-124.

1970a (with others). 1969-1970 Science: National results and illustrations of group comparisons, July 1970. Report I. National Assessment of Educational Progress, Ann Arbor, MI.

1970b Some further inputs. Geostatistics: a colloquium. (D. F. Merriam, ed.) 163-174. Plenum Press, New York.
   [Also in CWIWT, IV (1986e), 741-751.]

1970c Exploratory Data Analysis. Volume I, limited preliminary edition. Addison-Wesley, Reading, MA.

1970d Exploratory Data Analysis. Volume II, limited preliminary edition. Addison-Wesley, Reading, MA.

1970e Some graphic and semigraphic displays, (abstract) Technometrics 12, 205.
   [See also 1972a.]

1970f (with many others). Cleaner Air for the Nation; Report. President's Task Force on Air Pollution, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC.

1971a Exploratory Data Analysis. Volume III, limited preliminary edition. Addison-Wesley, Reading, MA.

1971b (with many others). Federal Statistics. Volumes I, II. U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC.

1973i Exploratory data analysis as part of a large whole. Proceedings of the Eighteenth Conference on the Design of Experiments in Army Research, Development and Testing, Part I. 1-10. U.S. Army Research Office, Durham, NC.
   [Also in CWJWT, IV (1986e), 793-804.]

1974a J. H. Friedman and J. W. Tukey. A projection pursuit algorithm for exploratory data analysis, IEEE Transactions on Computers C-23, 881-890.
   [Also in CWJWT, V (1987b), 149-170.]

1974b Statement on growth and its implications for the future. Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Fisheries and Wildlife Conservation and the Environment of the House of Representatives. Serial No. 93-35, 54-56. U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC.

1974c A. E. Beaton and J. W. Tukey. The fitting of power series, meaning polynomials, illustrated on band-spectroscopic data, Technometrics 16,147-185.

1974d Introduction to today's data analysis. Critical Evaluation of Chemical and Physical Structural Information. (D. R. Lide, Jr. and M. A. Paul, eds.) 3-14. National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC.

1974e A. E. Beaton and J. W. Tukey. Comments on the fitting of power series. Critical Evaluation of Chemical and Physical Structural Information. (D. R. Lide, Jr. and M. A. Paul, eds.) 15-35. National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC.

1974f Data analysis for molecular structure: today and tomorrow. Critical Evaluation of Chemical and Physical Structural Information. (D. R. Lide, Jr. and M. A. Paul, eds.) 4858. National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC.

1974g Named and faceless values: An initial exploration in memory of Prasanta ' Mahalanobis, Sankhya-, Series A, 36,125-176.
   [Also in CWJWT, VI (199Oa), 497552.]

1974h A further analysis of the first phase of the Princeton Robustness Study; examples of less standard two-way table Analysis. Exploring Data Analysis: The Computer Revolution in Statistics. (W. J. Dixon and W. L. Nicholson, eds.) Chapter 5, 229294. University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles, CA.

1974i M. A. Fisherkeller, J. H. Friedman and J. W. Tukey. PRIM-9: An interactive multidimensional data display and analysis system. A.E.C. Scientific Computer Information Exchange Meeting, May 2-3.
   [Note: This item is a movie, not a paper.]

1974j M. A. Fisherkeller, J. H. Friedman and J. W. Tukey. PRIM-9: An interactive multidimensional data display and analysis system. SLAC-PUB-1408. Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, Stanford, CA.
   [Also in CWJWT, V (1988a), 307-327 and Dynamic Graphics for Statistics. (W. S. Cleveland and M. E. McGill, eds.) 91109. Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Pacific Grove, CA.]

1975a Instead of Gauss-Markov least squares, what? Applied Statistics. (R. P. Gupta, ed.) 351-372. North-Holland, Amsterdam.

1975b N. Mantel, N. R. Bohidar, C. C. Brown, J. L. Ciminera and J. W. Tukey. An improved Mantel-Bryan procedure for "safety" testing of carcinogens, Cancer Research 35, 865872.

1975c D. R. McNeil and J. W. Tukey. Higher-order diagnosis of two-way tables, illustrated on two sets of demographic empirical distributions, Biometrics 31, 487-510.

1975d I. C. Ross and J. W. Tukey. Index to Statistics and Probability: Permuted Titles, AMicrobiology. Information Access Series. Vol. 3. R&D Press, Los Altos, CA.

1975e I. C. Ross and J. W. Tukey. Index to Statistics and Probability: Permuted Titles, Microclimatic-Z. Information Access Series. Vol. 4. R&D Press, Los Altos, CA.

1975f Mathematics and the picturing of data. Proceedings of the International Congress of Mathematicians 2, 523-531. Canadian Mathematical Congress, Montreal, Canada.

1975g M. A. Fisherkeller, J. H. Friedman and J. W. Tukey. PRIM-9: An interactive multidimensional data display and analysis system. Data: Its Use, Organization and Management. 140-145. Association for Computing Machinery, New York.

1976a Usable Resistant/Robust Techniques of Analysis. Proceedings of the First ERDA Statistical Symposium. (W. L. Nicholson and J. L. Harris, eds.) 1-31. Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratories, Richland, WA.

1976b Methodology and the Statistician's Responsibility for Both Accuracy and Relevance, Statistical Reporter, No. 76-13, 253-262.

1976c No paper.

1976d Robust/Resistant Smoothing. Selected Examples of ERDA Research in the Mathematical and Computer Sciences. 80-82. ERDA 76-118. National Technical Information Service, Springfield, VA.

1976e Discussion of: Role of Statistics in National Health Policy Decisions, American Journal of Epidemiology 104,380-385y

1976f Discussion of paper by Lave and Seskin [Does air pollution cause mortality?]. Proceedings of the 4th Symposium on Statistics and the Environment 37-41. American Statistical Association, Washington, DC.

1976g J. P. Gilbert, F. Mosteller and J. W. Tukey. Steady social progress requires quantitative evaluation to be searching. The Evaluation of Social Programs. (Clark C. Abt, ed.) 295-312. Sage Publications, Beverly Hills, CA.

1976h (with others). Halocarbons: Environmental Effects of Fluoromethane Release. Committee on Impacts of Stratospheric Change, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC.

1977a Exploratory Data Analysis. First Edition. Addison-Wesley, Reading, MA.
   [Table of contents in CWJWT, V (1988a), 31-35.]

1977b F. Mosteller and J. W. Tukey. Data Analysis and Regression: A Second Course in Statistics. Addison-Wesley, Reading, MA.

1977c Modern statistical techniques in data analysis. The Proceedings of the Fifth Biennial International Codata Conference. (B. Dreyfus, ed.) 9-18. Pergamon Press, Oxford and New York.

1977d Some thoughts on clinical trials, especially problems of multiplicity, Science 198, 679684.

1977e (with others). Response to Ozone Protection, Sections of the Clean Air Amendments

1977 An Interim Report. 1-61. Committee on Impacts of Stratospheric Change, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC.

1977f Statistical considerations important in analyzing measured changes in water-wall tube thickness. Proceedings of the Second Stationary Source Combustion Symposium V, Addendum. 79-92. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, National Technical Information Service, Springfield, VA.

1977g Discussion of Session I and III. Proceedings of Second ERDA Statistical Symposium. 128-141 and 262-273. National Technical Information Service, Springfield, VA.

1978a R. McGill, J. W. Tukey and W. A. Larsen. Variations of box plots, American Statistician 32,12-16.
   [Also in CWJWT, V (1988a), 63-77.]

1978b Statistics at Princeton. A Princeton Companion. (A. Leitch, ed.) 449-451. Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ.

1978c J. L. McCarthy and J. W. Tukey. Exploratory analysis of aggregate voting behavior: Presidential elections in New Hampshire, 1896-1972, Social Science History 2, 292-331.

1978d (with 95 others: The Anturane Reinfarction Trial Research Group.) Sulfinpyrazone in the prevention of cardiac death after myocardial infarction, The New England Journal of Medicine 298, 289-295.

1978e The ninther, a technique for low-effort robust (resistant) location in large samples. Contributions to Survey Sampling and Applied Statistics in Honor of H. O. Hartley. (H. A. David, ed.) 251-258. Academic Press, New York.

1978f R. L. Hooper, C. A. Bennett, H. J. C. Kouts, F. C. Leone and J. W. Tukey. Panel Discussion: Proceedings of the 1977 DOE Statistical Symposium. (D. A. Gardiner and T. Truett, eds.) 175-183. National Technical Information Service, Springfield, VA.

1978g D. R. Brillinger, L. V. Jones and J. W. Tukey. The Management of Weather Resources II: The Role of Statistics in Weather Resources Management. U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC.

1978h (with 156 others). The Twin Rivers program on energy conservation in housing: Highlights and conclusions, Energy and Buildings 1, No. 3, 207-242. Elsevier Sequois S.A., Lausanne.

1978i B. S. Atal, J.-J. Chang, M. V. Mathews and J. W. Tukey. Inversion of articulatorytoacoustic transformation in the vocal tract by a computer-sorting technique, J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 63,1535-1555.

1978j Some thoughts on clinical trials, especially problems of multiplicity. Evaluation Studies Review Annual. (T. D. Cook and Associates, eds.) Vol. 3, 327-332. Sage, Beverly Hills, CA.
   [Reprint of 1977d.]

1978k A data analyst's comments on a variety of points and issues. Event-Related Brain Potentials in Man. 139-154. Academic Press, New York.
   [Also in CWJWT, II (1985a), 915-934.]

1978l Comment on a paper by H. L. Gray et al. [A new approach to ARMA modeling], Commun. Statist. Simula. Computa. B7, 79-84.
   [Also in CWJWT, II (1985a), 935937.]

1978m Discussion of paper by Herbert Schimmel [Evidence for possible acute health effects of ambient air pollution from time series analysis: methodological questions and some new results based on New York City daily mortality, 1963-1976], Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine 54, 1111-1112.

1978n Comments on a paper by C. W. J. Granger [Seasonality: causation, interpretation, and implications]. Seasonal Analysis of Economic Time Series. (A. Zellner, ed.) 50-53. U.S. Government Printing Of fice, Washington, DC.
   [Also in CWJWT, II (1985a), 939.]

1979a Re-expression and 'plotting', (abstract) The Institute of Mathematical Statistics Bulletin 8, 274.

1979b See 1980h.

1979c Study of robustness by simulation: particularly improvement by adjustment and combination. Robustness in Statistics. (R. L. Launer and G. N. Wilkinson, eds.) 75102. Academic Press, New York.

1979d Robust techniques for the user. Robustness in Statistics. (R. L. Launer and G. N. Wilkinson, eds.) 103-106. Academic Press, New York.

1979e Methodology, and the statistician's responsibility for sOTH accuracy AND relevance, J. RAmer. Statist. Assoc. 74, 786-793.
   [An enlarged version of 1976b.]

1979f Comment on Emanuel Parzen [Nonparametric statistical data modeling], J. Amer. Statist. Assoc. 74,121-122.
   [Also in CWJWT, IV (1986e),805-809.]

1979g Statistical Mapping: What should not be plotted. Proceedings of the 1976 Workshop on Automated Cartography. 18-26. DHEW Publication No. (PHS) 791254.
   [Also in CWJWT, V (1988a),109-121.]

1980a We need both exploratory and confirmatory, American Statistician 34, 23-25.
   [Also in CWJWT, IV (1986e), 811-817.]

1980b No paper.

1980c Methodological comments focused on opportunities. Multivariate Techniques in Communication Research. (P. R. Monge and J. Cappella, eds.) Chapter 16, 489528. Academic Press, New York.
   [Also in CWJWT, IV (1986e),819-867.]

1980d See 1982j.

1980e See 1981e.

1980f Styles of data analysis, and their implications for statistical computing. COMPSTAT 1980: Proceedings in Computational Statistics. (M. M. Barrett and D. Wishart, eds.) 21-42. Physica-Verlag, New York.

1980g Can we predict where 'time series' should go next? Directions in Time Series. (D. R. Brillinger and G. C. Tiao, eds.) 1-31. Institute of Mathematical Statistics, Hayward, CA.
   [Also in CWJWT, II (1985a), 941-980.]

1980h J. H. Friedman, J. W. Tukey and P. A. Tukey. Approaches to analysis of data that concentrate near intermediate-didnensional manifolds. Data Analysis and Informatics. (E. Diday, L. Lebart, J. T. Pages and R. Tomassone, eds.) 3-13. North-Holland, Amsterdam.
   [Also in CWJWT, V (1988a),289-305.]

1981a D. C. Hoaglin, B. Iglewicz and J. W. Tukey. Small-sample performance of a resistant rule for outlier detection. 1980 Proceedings of the Statistical Computing Section. 148152. American Statistical Association, Washington, DC.

1981b See 1982m.

1981c See 1982n.

1981d Analiz Rezul'tatov Nablyudeniyi. (The Analysis of the Results of Observations. Russian edition of Exploratory Data Analysis). Translated by Ph.D. candidates A. F. Kusznira, A. L. Petrosyana and E. L. Reznikova, under the direction of B. F. Pisarenko. Mir Press, Moskva, USSR.

1981e P. A. Tukey and J. W. Tukey. Graphic display of data sets in 3 or more dimensions. Interpreting Multivariate Data. (V. Barnett, ed.) Chapters 10, 11 and 12, 189-275. Wiley, Chichester.
   [Lecture format in CWJWT, V (1988a),189-288.]

1982a F. Mosteller and J. W. Tukey. Combination of results of stated precision: I. The optimistic case, Utilitas Mathematica 21A, 155-178.
   [Also in CWJWT, VI (199Oa), 591611.]

1982b Another look at the future. Computer Science and Statistics: Proceedings of the 14th Symposium on the Interface. (K. W. Heiner, R. S. Sacher and J. W. Wilkinson, eds.) 2-8. Springer-Verlag, New York.
   [Also in CWJWT, V (1988a),403-418.]

1982c J. W. Tukey and P. A. Tukey. Some graphics for studying four-dimensional data. Computer Science and Statistics: Proceedings of the 14th Symposium on the Interface. (K. W. Heiner, R. S. Sacher and J. W. Wilkinson, eds.) 60-66. SpringerVerlag, New York.
   [Also in CWJWT, V (1988a),171-188.]

1982d No paper.

1982e See 1984k.

1982f Discussion [The Role of Statistical Graduate Training]. Teaching of Statistics and Statistical Consulting. a. s. Rustagi and D. A. Wolfe, eds.) 379-389. Academic Press, New York.
   [Also in CWJWT, IV (1986e),881-889.]

1982g See 1983b.

1982h N. Mantel, J. W. Tukey, J. L. Ciminera and J. F. Heyse. Tumorigenicity assays, including use of the jackknife, Biom. J. 24,579-596.

1982i A. Seheult and J. W. Tukey. Some resistant procedures for analyzing 2" factorial experiments. Utilitas Mathematica 21B,57-98.

1982j C. L. Mallows and J. W. Tukey. An overview of techniques of data analysis, emphasizing its exploratory aspects. Some Recent Advances in Statistics. (J. Tiago de Oliveira et al., eds.) 111-172. Academic Press, London.
   [Also in CWJWT, IV (1986e), 891-967.]

1982k F. Mosteller and J. W. Tukey. Analiz Dannykh I Regressiya, Russian edition of Data Analysis and Regression: A Second Course ini Statistics. Translated from English by Yu. N. Blagovshchenskogo, editing and preface by Yu. P. Adleva. Volume I and II. Financy I Statistika Press, Moskva, USSR. t

1982l C. L. Mallows and J. W. Tukey. An overview of techniques of data analysis, emphasizing its exploratory aspects. Some Recent Advances in Statistics. (J. Tiago de Oliveira and B. Epstein, eds.) (limited national edition), 111-172. Lisboa, Publicacoes do II Centenario da Academia-das Ciencias de Lisboa
   [another edition of 1982j].

1982m Introduction to styles of data analysis techniques. Modern Data Analysis. (R. L. Launer and A. F. Siegel, eds.) 1-11. Academic Press, New York.
   [Also in CWJWT, IV (1986e),969-983.]

1982n The use of smelting in guiding re-expression. Modern Data Analysis. (R. L. Launer and A. F. Siegel, eds.) 83-102. Academic Press, New York.

1982o Discussion of the paper by A. C. Atkinson [Regression diagnostics, transformations and constructed variables]. J. Roy. Stat. Soc., Series B 44, 31.

1983a M. B. Breckenridge and J. W. Tukey. The relationship of empirical analysis to more narrowly modeled analysis. Age, Time, and Fertility: Applications of Exploratory Data Analysis. Appendix A, 274-281. Academic Press, New York.

1983b (D. C. Hoaglin, F. Mosteller and J. W. Tukey, eds.) Understanding Robust and Exploratory Data Analysis. Wiley, New York.

1985e Fourier methods in the frequency analysis of data, and souvenir sheets. The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume II: Time Series, 1965 - 1984. 755-780. Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Monterey, CA.

1985f Nonlinear (nonsuperposable) methods for smoothing data. The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume II: Time Series, 1965 - 1984. 837-856. Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Monterey, CA.

1985g First Scott lecture. The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume 11: Time Series, 1965 1984. 857-884. Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Monterey, CA.

1985h Second Scott lecture. The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume II: Time Series, 1965 - 1984. 885-914. Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Monterey, CA.

1985i When should which spectrum approach be used? The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume II: Time Series, 1965 - 1984. 981-1000. Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Monterey, CA.

1985j D. R. Brillinger and J. W. Tukey. Spectrum analysis in the presence of noise: some issues and examples. The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume II: Time Series, 1965 - 1984. 1001-1141. Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Monterey, CA.

1985k J. W. Tukey and P. A. Tukey. Computer graphics and exploratory data analysis: An introduction. Computer Graphics '85, Conference Proceedings, Vol. III. 773785. National Computer Graphics Assoc., Fairfax, VA.
   [Also in CWJWT, V (1988a), 419436.]

1985l Improving crucial randomized experiments—especially in weather modification— by double randomization and rank combination. Proceedings of the Berkeley Conference in Honor of Jerzy Neyman and Jack Kiefer. (L. M. Le Cam and R. A. Olshen, eds.) Volume I, 79-108. Wadsworth Inc., Belmont, CA.

1985m Discussion of Peter J. Huber [Projection pursuit], Ann. Statist. 13, 517-518.

1985n D. C. Hoaglin and J. W. Tukey. Checking the shape of discrete distributions. Exploring Data Tables, Trends, and Shapes. (D. C. Hoaglin, F. Mosteller and J. W. Tukey, eds.) Chapter 9,345-416. Wiley, New York.

1985o The variance of slopes of lines fitted to groups: an analysis of the Johnstone and Velleman Monte Carlo results, J. Amer. Statist. Assoc. 80,1055-1059.

1985p J. W. Tukey, J. L. Ciminera, and J. F. Heyse. Testing the statistical certainty of a response to increasing doses of a drug. Biometrics 41, 295-301.

1985q Discussion of the paper by C. Chatfield [The initial examination of data], J. Roy. Stat. Soc., Series A 148,246-247.

1986a Sunset Salvo, American Statistician 40, 72-76.
   [Also in CWJWT, IV (1986e),10031016.]

1986b An alphabet for statisticians' expert systems. Artificial Intelligence and Statistics. (W. A. Gale, ed.) 401-409. Addison-Wesley, Reading, MA.

1986c The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume 111: Philosophy and Principles of Data Analysis, 1949 - 1964. (L. V. Jones, ed.) Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Monterey, CA.

1986d Data analysis and behavioral science or learning to bear the quantitative man's burden by shunning badmandments. The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume 111: Philosophy and Principles of Data Analysis, 1949 - 1964. 187-389. Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Monterey, CA.

1986e The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume IV: Philosophy and Principles of Data Analysis, 1965 - 1986. (L. V. Jones, ed.) Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Monterey, CA.

1986f What have statisticians been forgetting? The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume IV: Philosophy and Principles of Data Analysis, 1965 - 1986. 587-599. Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Monterey, CA.

1986g Choosing techniques for the analysis of data. The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume IV: Philosophy and Principles of Data Analysis, 1965 - 1986. 869874. Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Monterey, CA.

1986h Do derivations come from heaven? The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume IV: Phi10sophy and Principles of Data Analysis, 1965 - 1986. 875-880. Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Monterey, CA.

1986i No paper.

1986j See 1987a.

1986k The interface with computing: in the small or in the large Computer Science ana Statistics: Proceedings of the 18th Symposium on the Interface. (T. J. Boardman, ed.) 3-7 American Statistical Assoc., Washington, DC.

1986l See 1987h.

1986m D. C. Hoaglin, B. Iglewicz and J. W. Tukey. Performance of some resistant rules for outlier labeling, J. Amer. Statist. Assoc. 81, 991-999.

1986n See 1988h.

1986o Discussion of Session VIII-b, Proceedings of the Second Annual Research Conference. 408-410. Bureau of the Census, Washington, DC.

1986p Discussion of paper by H. Wainer [The SAT as a social indicator: a pretty bad idea]. Drawing Inferences from Self-Selected Samples. (H. Wainer, ed.) 24-25. SpringerVerlag, New York.

1986q Discussion of paper by B. Singer [Self-selection and performance-based ratings: a case study in program evaluation.] Drawing Inferences from Self-Selected Samples. (H. Wainer, ed.) 52-55. Springer-Verlag, New York.

1986r Discussion of paper by J. Heckman [Alternative methods for evaluating the impact of intervention]. Drawing Inferences from Self-Selected Samples. (H. Wainer, ed.) 58-60. Springer-Verlag, New York.

1986s Discussion of paper by R. Glynn, N. Laird and D. Rubin [Mixture modeling versus selection modeling with nonignorable nonresponse]. Drawing Inferences from SelfSelected Samples. (H. Wainer, ed.) 143. Springer-Verlag, New York.

1986t Comments on paper by J. Heckman and R. Robb [Alternative methods for solving the problem of selection bias in evaluating the impact of treatments on outcomes]. Drawing Inferences from Self-Selected Samples. (H. Wainer, ed.) 108110. SpringerVerlag, New York.

1986u Discussion of paper by D. R. Brillinger [The natural variability of vital rates and associated statistics], Biometrics 42, 729-732.

1987a Configural Polysampling [1985 John von Neumann Lecture], SIAM Review 29,1-20.

1987b See 1988a.

1987c See 1988b.

1987d See 1988c.

1987e See 1988d.

1987f See 1988e.

1987g Discussion of paper by Terry P. Speed [What is an analysis of variance?], Annals of Statistics 15, 936-937.

1987h E. G. Johnson and J. W. Tukey. Graphical exploratory analysis of variance illustrated on a splitting of the Johnson and Tsao data. Design, Data, and Analysis by Some Friends of Cuthbert Daniel. (C. Mallows, ed.) 171-244. Wiley, New York.

1987i Discussion of paper by M. C. Jones and R. Sibson [What is projection pursuit?], Journal of the Royal Statistical Society 150,33.

1987j Lopressor Intervention Trial Research Group. The Lopressor Intervention Trial: Multicentre study of metoprolol in survivors of acute myocardial infarction, European Heart Journal 8,1056-1064.

1987k Comment on paper by R. A. Becker, W.S. Cleveland and A. R. Wilks [Dynamic graphics for data analysis], Stat. Sci. 2, 383-385.

1988a The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume V: Graphics, 1965 - 1985. (W. S. Cleveland, ed.) Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Pacific Grove, CA.

1988b Data analysis and statistics: Techniques and approaches. [Part] The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume V: Graphics, 1965 - 1985. 1-22. Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Pacific Grove, CA.

1988c Notch plots for counted rates. [Part] The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume V: Graphics, 1965 - 1985. 79-92. Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Pacific Grove, CA.

1988d Control and stash philosophy for twoehanded, flexible, and immediate control of graphic display. The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume V: Graphics, 1965 1985. 329-382. Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Pacific Grove, CA.
   [Also in Dynamic Graphics for Statistics. (W. S. Cleveland and M. E. McGill, eds.) 133178. Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Pacific Grove, CA.]

1988e Thoughts on the evolution of dynamic graphics for data-modification display. The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume V: Graphics, 1965 - 1985. 383-401. Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Pacific Grove, CA.

1988f Frederick Mosteller and John W. Tukey: A Conversation, Stat. Sci. 3,136-144.

1988g J. D. Emerson, D. C. Hoaglin, J. W. Tukey and G. Y. Wong. Exploring Some AdverbAdjective Data, Chance 1(3). 42-48.

1988h K. Kafadar and J. W. Tukey. A Bidec t Table, J. Amer. Statist. Assoc. 83, 532-539.

1989a See 1990a.

1989b See 1990b.

1989c See 1990c.

1989d See 1990d

1989e See 1990e.

1989f See 1990f.

1989g See 1990g.

1989h See1990h.

1989i See 1990i.

1989j See 1990j.

1989k See 1990k.

19891 See 1990l.

1989m See 1990m

1989n See 1990n.

19890 See 1990o.

1989p See 1990p.

1989q See 1990q

1989r J. L. Ciminera and J. W. Tukey. Control-charting automated laboratory instruments when many successive differences may be zero, J. Qual. Technol. 21, 7-15.

1989s J. L. Ciminera and J. W. Tukey. Use of augmented box plots for reviewing measurement results collected over time, J. Qual. Technol. 21, 187-198.

1989t See 1989s.

1989u See 1989y.

1989v See 1990r

1989w SPES in the years ahead, Proc. of Amer. Statist. Assoc. Sesquicentennial 19881989 meetings, Washington, D.C. 175-182.

1989x E. Ericksen, J. B. Kadane and J. W. Tukey. Adjusting the 1980 Census of Housing and Population, J. Amer. Statist. Assoc, 84, 927-944.

1989y J. L. Ciminera, J. F. Heyse and J. W. Tukey. Techniques for the graphical analysis of possibly skewed measurements, J. Qual. Technol. 21, 223-231.

l990a The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume VI: More Mathematical, 1938 1984. (C. L. Mallows, ed.) Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Pacific Grove, CA.

l990b The finite case of the ~~~Problem of the Nile." The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume Vl: More Mathematical, 1938 - 1984. 35-40. Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Pacific Grove, CA.

l990c The present state of fiducial probability. The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume VI: More Mathematical, 1938 - 1984. 55-118. Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Pacific Grove, CA.

l990d Handouts for the Wald lectures 1958. The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume Vl: More Mathematical, 1938 - 1984. 119-148. Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Pacific Grove, CA.

1990e Souvenir sheets for "The criticism of transformations." The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume Vl: More Mathematical, 1938 - 1984. 157-165. Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Pacific Grove, CA.

1990f The practical relationship between the common transformations of percentages or fractions and of amounts. The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume Vl: More Mathematical, 1938 - 1984. 211-219. Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Pacific Grove, CA.

1990g Introduction to guided re-expression. The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume Vl: More Mathematical, 1938 - 1984. 221-236. Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Pacific Grove, CA.

1990h Determination of linear relations between systematic parts. The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume Vl: More Mathematical, 1938 - 1984. 317-329. Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Pacific Grove, CA.

1990i Standard confidence points. The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume Vl: More Mathematical, 1938 - 1984. 331-365. Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Pacific Grove, CA.

1990j Some general principles and approximations for sequentially studentized procedures. The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume Vl: More Mathematical, 1938 - 1984. 367-371. Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Pacific Grove, CA.

1990k One degree of freedom or several? Parsimony in detection of an effect. The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume Vl: More Mathematical, 1938 - 1984. 407-419. Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Pacific Grove, CA.

1990l A note on least squares and unbiased estimates. The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume Vl: More Mathematical, 1938 - 1984. 421-427. Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Pacific Grove, CA.

1990m Better coordinates for combinations of order statistics. The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume Vl: More Mathematical, 1938 - 1984. 429-433. Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Pacific Grove, CA.

1990n Souvenir sheet for "Use of control classifications: adjustment for inadequacy of broad classes." The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume VI: More Mathematical, 1938 1984. 435-443. Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Pacific Grove, CA.

1990o NkNS forests. The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume VI: More Mathematical 1938 - 1984. 553-556. Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Pacific Grove, CA.

1990p Some further multivariate suggestions. The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume VI: More Mathematical, 1938 - 1984. 557-583. Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Pacific Grove, CA. .

1990q Steps toward a universal univariate distribution analyzer. The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume VI: More Mathematical, 1938 - 1984. 585-590. Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Pacific Grove, CA. "

1990r Data based graphics: visual display in the decades to come, Statistical Science 5, 327339.
   [Also in Proc. of Amer. Statist. Assoc. Sesquicentennial 1988-1989 meetings, Washington, D.C. 366-381.]

1990s S. Morgenthaler and J. W. Tukey. The next future of data analysis. Data Analysis, Learning Symbolic and Numeric Knowledge. (E. Diday, ed.) Nova Science Publishers, New York.

1990t (with others). Proposed guidelines for statistical adjustment of the 1990 Census. Hearing before the SubCommittee on Census and Population of the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service, House of Representatives, 101st Congress, Second Session, January 30, 1990, Serial No. 101-43, U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 177-190.

1990u (with others). 1990 Census coverage evaluation operations. Hearing before the SubCommittee on Census and Population of the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service, House of Representatives,101st Congress, Second Session, September 11, 1990, Serial No.101-79, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1-142.

199v Foreword for The effect of changes in national assessment: Disentangling the NAEP 1985-86 reading anomaly. (A. E. Beaton and R. Zwick). Report No. 17-TR21, National Assessment of Educational Progress, Educational Testing Service, Rosedale Road, Princeton, NJ 08541-0001.

1991a See 1992a.

1991b See 1992b.

1991c (S. Morgenthaler and J. W. Tukeyj eds.) Configural Polysampling: A Route to Practical Robustness. Wiley, New York.

1991d S. Morgenthaler and J. W. Tukey. Chapter 1: Background. Configural Polysampling: A Route to Practical Robustness. (S. Morgenthaler and J. W. Tukey, eds.) 1-8. Wiley, New York.

1991e S. Morgenthaler and J. W. Tukey. Chapter 3: Key ideas and outline. Configural Polysampling: A Route to Practical Robustness. (S. Morgenthaler and J. W. Tukey, eds.) 21-36. Wiley, New York.

1991f S. Morgenthaler and J. W. Tukey. Chapter 7: Point estimation of location: technical choices. Configural Polysampling: A Route to Practical Robustness. (S. Morgenthaler and J. W. Tukey, eds.) 87-108. Wiley, New York.

1991g Chapter 13: Appendix on a circular approach to cubature. Configural Polysampling: A Route to Practical Robustness. (S. Morgenthaler and Jt W. Tukey, eds.) 213-221. Wiley, New York.

1991h (D. C. Hoaglin, F. Mosteller andiJ. W. Tukey, eds.) Fundamentals of Exploratory Analysis of Variance. Wiley, New York, 430 pages.

1991i F. Mosteller, A. Parunak and J. W. Tukey. Mean squares, F. tests, and estimates of variance. Fundamentals of Exploratory Analysis of Variance. (D. C. Hoaglin, F. Mosteller and J. W. Tukey, eds.) Chapter 7, 146-164. Wiley, New York.

1991j D. C. Hoaglin and J. W. Tukey. Qualitative and quantitative confidence. Fundamentals of Exploratory Analysis of Variance. (D. C. Hoaglin, F. Mosteller and J. W. Tukey, eds.). Chapter 12, 336-364. Wiley, New York.

1991k F. Mosteller, J. W. Tukey and C. S. Youtz. Assessing changes. Fundamentals of Exploratory Analysis of Variance. (D. C. Hoaglin, F. Mosteller and J. W. Tukey, eds.). Chapter 11, 295-335. Wiley, New York.

1991l F. Mosteller and J. W. Tukey. Purposes of analyzing data that comes in a form inviting us to apply tools from the analysis of variance. Fundamentals of Exploratory Analysis of Variance (D. C. Hoaglin, F. Mosteller and J. W. Tukey, eds.). Chapter 2, 24-39. Wiley, New York.

1991m D. C. Hoaglin, F. Mosteller and J. W. Tukey. Concepts and examples in analysis of variance (ANOVA). Fundamentals of Exploratory Analysis of Variance. (D. C. Hoaglin, F. Mosteller and J. W. Tukey, eds.). Chapter 1,1-23. Wiley, New York.

1991n The philosophy of multiple comparisons, (1989 Miller Lecture presented at Stanford University), Statistical Science 6(1), 98-116.

1991o Use of many covariates in clinical trials, Int. Stat. Rev. 59(2),123-137.

1991p t Consumer datesware. Directions in Robust Statistics and Diagnostics, Part II, The IMA Volumes in Mathematics and its Applications. 34. (W. Stahel and S. Weisberg, eds.) 297-308. Springer-Verlag, New York.

1991q Graphical displays for alternate regression fits. Directions in Robust Statistics and Diagnostics, Part n, The IMA Volumes in Mathematics and its Applications. 34. (W. Stahel and S. Weisberg, eds.) 309-325. Springer-Verlag, New York.

1991r (with others). The experience and legacy of NAPAP (Report of the Oversight Review Board of the National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program), U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 40 pages.

1991s A. Sivak and J. W. Tukey. Comments on predicting EPA's forthcoming CO standards in light of new clinical evidence, Risk Analysis 11,575-576.

1991t See 1992q.

1991u (with others). Oversight hearing to review the progress of coverage evaluation procedures. Hearing before the SubCommittee on Census and Population Committee on Post Office and Civil Service, House of Representatives, 102"d Congress, First Session, June 27, 1991, Serial No. 102-19, U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C. 1-95.

1992a The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume VII: Factorial & ANOVA, 1949 1962. (D. R. Cox, ed.) Wadsworth Advainced Books & Software, Pacific Grove, CA.

1992b W. T. Federer, D. S. Robson and J. W. Tukey. Handout for meeting of experimental station statisticians "Tests for non-additivity." The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume VII: Factorial & ANOVA, 1949 - 1962. 19-73. Wadsworth Advanced Books & Software, Pacific Grove, CA.

1992c Exbrids: Simple nearly symmetrizing re-expressions for exponentially distributed quantities [Festschrift in Honor of Geoffrey S. Watson]. The Art of Statistical Science. [K. S. Mardia, ed.) 183-187. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., West Sussex, England.

1992d See 1993a.

1992e See 1993b.

1992f See 1993c.

1992g See 1993d.

1992h See 1993e.

1992i See 1993f.

1992j See 1993g.

1992k (with Hansen, K. M.). Tuning a major part of a clustering algorithm, Int. Stat. Rev. 59(1),21-43.

1992l (with Kafadar, K.). An approach to U. S. cancer death rates involving urbanness and geographic contiguity: 1. A simple adjustment for urbanness, Int. Stat. Rev. 60(3). To appear.

1992m Where should multiple comparisons go next?, Proceedings Charles W. Dunnett Symposium (29 May - 1 June 1991, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada). Chapter 12, 187-207. Marcel Dekker Publishing Company.

1992n (with Heyse, J. and Ciminera, J.). Tests for qualitative treatment-by-center interaction using a 'pushback' procedure, Statistics in Medicine. To appear.

1992o (with Ciminera, Joseph L., Heyse, Joseph F., Nguyen, Ha H.). Evaluation of multicenter clinical trial data using adaptations of the Mosteller-Tukey procedure, Statistics in Medicine. To appear.

1992p No paper.

1992q Discussion of paper by Bradley Efron [Jackknife-after-bootstrap standard errors and influence functions], J. Roy. Stat. Soc., Series B 54, 120-121.

1993a The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume VIII: Multiple Comparisons, 1948 1983. (H. I. Braun, ed.) Chapman and Hall, New York, NY.

1993b The problem of multiple comparisons. The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume VIJI: Multiple Comparisons, 1948 - 1983. 1-300. Chapman and Hall, New York, NY.

1993c Equalizing unequal accuracies of means. The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume VIII: Multiple Comparisons, 1948 - 1983. 301-313. Chapman and Hall, New York, NY.

1993d Reminder sheets for "Allowances for various types of error rates." The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume VIII: Multiple Comparisons, 1948 - 1983. 335339. Chapman and Hall, New York, NY.

1993e Reminder sheets for "Multiple comparisons." The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume VIX: Multiple Comparisons, 1948 - 1983. 341-345. Chapman and Hall, New York, NY.

1993f Souvenir sheets for "Confidence procedures are better." The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume VIII: Multiple Comparisons, 1948 - 1983. 347-351. Chapman and Hall, New York, NY.

1993g Reminder sheets for "Discussion of paper on multiple comparisons by Henry Scheffe." The Collected Works of John W. Tukey, Volume VIII: Multiple Comparisons, 1948 - 1983. 469-475. Chapman and Hall, New York, NY.

1993h (with Cohen, M. and Dalal, S.). Robust, smoothly — heterogeneous variance regression, Applied Statistics 42(1). To appear in 1993 volume.