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Dr P.M.E. ALTHAM, 2010 Retired Director of Studies for the M.Phil. in Statistical Science, Statistical Labo
 

Summary: Dr P.M.E. ALTHAM, 2010
Retired Director of Studies for the M.Phil. in Statistical Science, Statistical Labo­
ratory, University of Cambridge.
1. Exact Bayesian analysis of a 2×2 contingency table and Fisher's `exact' significance
test. J. Roy. Statist. Soc. B 31, (1969), 261--269.
2. The measurement of association of rows and columns for an r×s contingency table.
J. Roy. Statist. Soc. B 32, (1970), 63--73.
3. The measurement of association in a contingency table: three extensions of the
cross­ratios and metrics methods. J. Roy. Statist. Soc. B 32, (1970), 395--407.
4. The estimation of I(x = 1 : 2; y). Appendix to Robson, B. and Pain, R.H. Analysis
of the code relating sequence to conformation in proteins: possible implications for
the mechanism of formation in helical regions. J. Molecular Biology 58, (1970).
5. The analysis of matched proportions. Biometrika 58, (1971), 561--576.
6. Exact Bayesian analysis of an intraclass 2×2 table. Biometrika 58, (1971), 679--680.
(This is actually about the test for Hardy­Weinberg equilibrium, and so complements
my first paper (1969). I would dearly like to know why there is an identity between
the Bayes posterior probability and the classical p­value in the test for independence
in both cases. Someone must surely be able to show that these two are special cases
of a general result, for conditional tests in exponential families?)
7. A non­parametric alternative to d # (with Hammerton, M.). Nature 234, (1971),

  

Source: Altham, Pat - Statistical Laboratory, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, University of Cambridge

 

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