Below we list a number of Bell Labs Technical reports authored by
John W. Tukey. Much of this work was not published, but shows his
tremendous creativity.
We are also collecting (admitedly biased) quotations from JWT's
written works. Here are a few interesting
ones. Send us
email if you have others that you would like to include.
 Some graphics for studying fourdimensional data, 1982

Spectrum estimation and system identification, particularly in the
presence of noise,
with David Brillinger, 1982.

Combination of results of stated precision. I. The optimistic case,
with Frederick Mosteller, 1982.

Control and stash philosophy for twohanded, flexible and immediate
control of a graphical display, 1982.

An overview of techniques of data analysis, emphasizing its
exploratory aspects,
with Colin Mallows, 1980.

Looking ahead to behavioral science work at Bell Laboratories, 1980.

Approaches to analysis of data that concentrate near
higherdimensional manifolds,
with Jerome Friedman and Paul
Tukey, 1979.

Inversion of articulatorytoacoustic transformation in the
vocaltract by a computer sorting technique, with B. Atal, J. Chang,
and Max Mathews, 1977.

Variations of box plots, with R. McGill and W. Larsen, 1976.

Usable resistant/robust techniques of analysis, 1976.
 Telephone dialing techniques based on movethentake control,
with Max Mathews, 1975.

Methodology, and statisticians's responsibility for both accuracy and
relevance, 1975.

Lags in statistical technology, 1971.

Quick plotting routines for teletypewriterlike terminal, with
D. Andrews, 1971.

Data analysis, computation and mathematics, 1971.

Do statisticians have a future, 1971.

How computing and statistics affect each other, 1971.

Data analysis and the frontiers of geophysics, 1965.

The future of processes of data analysis, 1965.

The technical tools of statistics, 1965.

The inevitable collision between computation and data analysis, 1963.

You and mathematics, 1963.
 Data analysis and behavioral science (Chapters D E F G H J K),
1963.

The analysis of data, 1963.

