Free Journal of the Royal Statistical Society classic content

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  • Author: Statistics Views
  • Date: 26 April 2013

To celebrate the International Year of Statistics, a specially created free to access Virtual Issue of classic papers from the Journal of the Royal Statistical Society has been published.

Consisting of three carefully selected articles from each of Series A: Statistics in Society, Series B: Statistical Methodology and Series C: Applied Statistics, this Virtual Issue showcases a wealth of classic and influential articles published within the Royal Statistical Society’s journals over the years.

 

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This Virtual Issue includes, amongst others, the following articles:

David Spiegelhalter et al., Commissioned analysis of surgical performance using routine data: lessons from the Bristol inquiry (Series A, Issue 165:2, 2002)

Christophe Andrieu and Arnaud Doucet, Particle Markov chain Monte Carlo methods (Series B, Issue 72:3, 2010)

P J Diggle et al., Model-based geostatistics (Series C, Issue 47:3, 1998)

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