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Statistical Analysis with Missing Data

Statistical Analysis with Missing Data 82 Book Reviews the application of the advice from this book. The work of the Eysencks is reported respectfully (pp. 240, 257). A reasonably complete index is provided, but there are painful omissions, e.g, Sir Karl Popper (p. 19). It is useful to have the distinction between illiterates (pp. 207, 230) and preliterates (p. 209), but it should be followed through consistently in the text and be reflected in the index. Missing are family planning (p. 281), some entries on equivalence (pp. 78,83), nation state (p. 102), several entries on Piaget (e.g. p. 205), qualitative methods (p. 79), response rate (p. 188). Otherwise, the editorial standards, referencing, and publisher's attention are high. The University ofAlberta, Canada KAROL J. KR6TKl Road Accident Statistics T. P. HUTCHINSON, 1987 Rumsby Scientific Publishing, P.O. Box 76, Rundle Mall, Adelaide xxv+264 pp., £28.00 ISBN 0 731606531 This book covers the methods of collection and processing of data about the occurrence and results of road accidents. Many statistical tables have been included throughout the text on the various aspects of accidents. The first half of the book covers the task of data collection by the police and compares the different forms and amounts of information http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series D: The Statistician Oxford University Press

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Oxford University Press
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© 1989 The Authors
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2515-7884
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1467-9884
DOI
10.2307/2349029
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82 Book Reviews the application of the advice from this book. The work of the Eysencks is reported respectfully (pp. 240, 257). A reasonably complete index is provided, but there are painful omissions, e.g, Sir Karl Popper (p. 19). It is useful to have the distinction between illiterates (pp. 207, 230) and preliterates (p. 209), but it should be followed through consistently in the text and be reflected in the index. Missing are family planning (p. 281), some entries on equivalence (pp. 78,83), nation state (p. 102), several entries on Piaget (e.g. p. 205), qualitative methods (p. 79), response rate (p. 188). Otherwise, the editorial standards, referencing, and publisher's attention are high. The University ofAlberta, Canada KAROL J. KR6TKl Road Accident Statistics T. P. HUTCHINSON, 1987 Rumsby Scientific Publishing, P.O. Box 76, Rundle Mall, Adelaide xxv+264 pp., £28.00 ISBN 0 731606531 This book covers the methods of collection and processing of data about the occurrence and results of road accidents. Many statistical tables have been included throughout the text on the various aspects of accidents. The first half of the book covers the task of data collection by the police and compares the different forms and amounts of information

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Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series D: The StatisticianOxford University Press

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