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[This chapter introduces permutation statistical methods. This first chapter begins with a brief description of the advantages of permutation methods from statisticians who are advocates of permutation tests, followed by a description of the methods of permutation tests including exact,...
[This chapter chronicles the development of permutation statistical methods from 1920 to 1939, when the earliest discussions of permutation methods appeared in the literature. In this period J. Spława-Neyman, R.A. Fisher, R.C. Geary, T. Eden, F. Yates, and E.J.G. Pitman laid the foundations of...
[This chapter chronicles the development of permutation statistical methods from 1940 to 1959. This period may be considered a bridge between the early years of 1920–1939 where permutation tests were first conceptualized and the next period, 1960–1979, in which gains in computer technology...
[This chapter chronicles the development of permutation statistical methods from 1960 to 1979. This was a period that witnessed dramatic improvements in computer technology, a process that was integral to the development of permutation tests. Prior to 1960, computers were based on vacuum tubes...
[This chapter chronicles the period from 1980 to 2000. Progress on the development of permutation methods continued unabated during this period, paralleling advancements in high-speed computing and the subsequent wide-spread availability of both university mainframes and, later in the period,...
[This chapter chronicles the period from 2001 to 2010. By the beginning of this period, permutation statistical methods had come of age and advances were comprised more of application and expansion into new fields and disciplines than the development of new permutation methods that characterized...
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