# The American Statistician
2012 - 2016
Continuation of The American Statistician. Current editor(s): *Eric Sampson* From Taylor & Francis Journals Series data maintained by Michael McNulty (). Access Statistics for this journal.
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**Volume 70, issue 2, 2016**
- The ASA's Statement on p -Values: Context, Process, and Purpose pp. 129-133
*Ronald L. Wasserstein* and *Nicole A. Lazar*
- Confidence Intervals for the Scale Parameter of Exponential Family of Distributions pp. 134-137
*Hossein Hoshyarmanesh*, *Amirhossein Karami* and *Adel Mohammadpour*
- Explaining the Importance of Variability to Engineering Students pp. 138-142
*Pere Grima*, *Lourdes Rodero* and *Xavier Tort-Martorell*
- A Note on the Relationship Between the Phi Coefficient and the Tetrachoric Correlation Under Nonnormal Underlying Distributions pp. 143-148
*Hakan Demirtas*
- Training the Next Generation of Statisticians: From Head to Heart pp. 149-151
*Henry S. Lynn*
- A Statistical Approach to Crime Linkage pp. 152-165
*Michael D. Porter*
- Analogies for Helping Clinicians and Investigators Better Understand the Principles and Practice of Biostatistics pp. 166-170
*Martin L. Lesser*, *Meredith B. Akerman* and *Nina Kohn*
- Simple Estimation Intervals for Poisson, Exponential, and Inverse Gaussian Means Obtained by Symmetrizing the Likelihood Function pp. 171-180
*Eloísa Díaz-Francés*
- Statistical Modeling to Inform Optimal Game Strategy: Markov Plays H-O-R-S-E pp. 181-186
*Thaddeus Tarpey* and *R. Todd Ogden*
- Best Practices for Biostatistical Consultation and Collaboration in Academic Health Centers pp. 187-194
*Susan M. Perkins*, *Peter Bacchetti*, *Cynthia S. Davey*, *Christopher J. Lindsell*, *Madhu Mazumdar*, *Robert A. Oster*, *Peter N. Peduzzi*, *David M. Rocke*, *Kyle D. Rudser* and *Mimi Kim*
- A Simple Two-Sample Bayesian t -Test for Hypothesis Testing pp. 195-201
*Min Wang* and *Guangying Liu*
- Variations of Q -- Q Plots: The Power of Our Eyes! pp. 202-214
*Adam Loy*, *Lendie Follett* and *Heike Hofmann*
- Confidence Intervals and the Within-the-Bar Bias pp. 215-220
*Christopher S. Pentoney* and *Dale E. Berger*
- Letter to the Editor pp. 224-224
*Saralees Nadarajah*
**Volume 70, issue 1, 2016**
- Samurai Sudoku-Based Space-Filling Designs for Data Pooling pp. 1-8
*Xu Xu*, *Peter Z. G. Qian* and *Qing Liu*
- Characterizing Dirichlet Priors pp. 9-17
*Marcio A. Diniz*, *Jasper De Bock* and *Arthur Van Camp*
- Average Entropy: A New Uncertainty Measure with Application to Image Segmentation pp. 18-24
*Omar A. Kittaneh*, *Mohammad A. U. Khan*, *Muhammed Akbar* and *Husam A. Bayoud*
- The Advantages of Using Group Means in Estimating the Lorenz Curve and Gini Index From Grouped Data pp. 25-32
*Merritt Lyon*, *Li C. Cheung* and *Joseph L. Gastwirth*
- The p -Value You Can’t Buy pp. 33-38
*Eugene Demidenko*
- Evaluating the Validity of Post-Hoc Subgroup Inferences: A Case Study pp. 39-46
*Joseph J. Lee* and *Donald B. Rubin*
- The Central Role of Bayes’ Theorem for Joint Estimation of Causal Effects and Propensity Scores pp. 47-54
*Corwin Matthew Zigler*
- A New Approach to ANOVA Methods for Autocorrelated Data pp. 55-62
*Robert Lund*, *Gang Liu* and *Qin Shao*
- Misunderstood and Unattributed: Revisiting M. H. Doolittle's Measures of Association, With a Note on Bayes’ Theorem pp. 63-73
*Timothy W. Armistead*
- Self-Calibrating Quantile--Quantile Plots pp. 74-90
*R. Wayne Oldford*
- k -POD: A Method for k -Means Clustering of Missing Data pp. 91-99
*Jocelyn T. Chi*, *Eric C. Chi* and *Richard G. Baraniuk*
- Bootstrapping a Universal Pivot When Nuisance Parameters are Estimated pp. 100-107
*John E. Angus*
- An Example of an Improvable Rao--Blackwell Improvement, Inefficient Maximum Likelihood Estimator, and Unbiased Generalized Bayes Estimator pp. 108-113
*Tal Galili* and *Isaac Meilijson*
- Even More Direct Calculation of the Variance of a Maximum Penalized-Likelihood Estimator pp. 114-118
*Iain L. MacDonald* and *Brendon M. Lapham*
- Privacy, Big Data, and the Public Good: Frameworks for Engagement pp. 119-119
*Philip B. Stark*
- Letter to the Editor pp. 127-127
*Stephen M. Stigler*
**Volume 69, issue 4, 2015**
- Teaching the Next Generation of Statistics Students to “Think With Data”: Special Issue on Statistics and the Undergraduate Curriculum pp. 259-265
*Nicholas Horton* and *Johanna S. Hardin*
- Mere Renovation is Too Little Too Late: We Need to Rethink our Undergraduate Curriculum from the Ground Up pp. 266-282
*George Cobb*
- Teaching Statistics at Google-Scale pp. 283-291
*Nicholas Chamandy*, *Omkar Muralidharan* and *Stefan Wager*
- Explorations in Statistics Research: An Approach to Expose Undergraduates to Authentic Data Analysis pp. 292-299
*Deborah Nolan* and *Duncan Temple Lang*
- Beyond Normal: Preparing Undergraduates for the Work Force in a Statistical Consulting Capstone pp. 300-306
*Byran J. Smucker* and *A. John Bailer*
- A Framework for Infusing Authentic Data Experiences Within Statistics Courses pp. 307-314
*Scott D. Grimshaw*
- Fostering Conceptual Understanding in Mathematical Statistics pp. 315-325
*Jennifer L. Green* and *Erin E. Blankenship*
- The Second Course in Statistics: Design and Analysis of Experiments? pp. 326-333
*Natalie J. Blades*, *G. Bruce Schaalje* and *William F. Christensen*
- A Data Science Course for Undergraduates: Thinking With Data pp. 334-342
*Ben Baumer*
- Data Science in Statistics Curricula: Preparing Students to “Think with Data” pp. 343-353
*J. Hardin*, *R. Hoerl*, *Nicholas Horton*, *D. Nolan*, *B. Baumer*, *O. Hall-Holt*, *P. Murrell*, *R. Peng*, *P. Roback*, *D. Temple Lang* and *M. D. Ward*
- Using Online Game-Based Simulations to Strengthen Students’ Understanding of Practical Statistical Issues in Real-World Data Analysis pp. 354-361
*Shonda Kuiper* and *Rodney X. Sturdivant*
- Combating Anti-Statistical Thinking Using Simulation-Based Methods Throughout the Undergraduate Curriculum pp. 362-370
*Nathan Tintle*, *Beth Chance*, *George Cobb*, *Soma Roy*, *Todd Swanson* and *Jill VanderStoep*
- What Teachers Should Know About the Bootstrap: Resampling in the Undergraduate Statistics Curriculum pp. 371-386
*Tim C. Hesterberg*
- Incorporating Statistical Consulting Case Studies in Introductory Time Series Courses pp. 387-396
*Davit Khachatryan*
- Developing a New Interdisciplinary Computational Analytics Undergraduate Program: A Qualitative-Quantitative-Qualitative Approach pp. 397-408
*Scotland Leman*, *Leanna House* and *Andrew Hoegh*
- From Curriculum Guidelines to Learning Outcomes: Assessment at the Program Level pp. 409-416
*Beth Chance* and *Roxy Peck*
- Program Assessment for an Undergraduate Statistics Major pp. 417-424
*Allison Amanda Moore* and *Jennifer J. Kaplan*
**Volume 69, issue 3, 2015**
- Another Remark on the Alternative Expectation Formula pp. 157-159
*Liang Hong*
- A Classroom Approach to the Construction of an Approximate Confidence Interval of a Poisson Mean Using One Observation pp. 160-164
*Per GÃ¶sta Andersson*
- Bayesian Variable Selection Under Collinearity pp. 165-173
*Joyee Ghosh* and *Andrew E. Ghattas*
- Discreteness Causes Bias in Percentage-Based Comparisons: A Case Study From Educational Testing pp. 174-181
*Darrick Yee* and *Andrew Ho*
- A New Test for Short Memory in Long Memory Time Series pp. 182-190
*Timothy A. C. Hughes* and *Jaechoul Lee*
- Understanding and Addressing the Unbounded "Likelihood" Problem pp. 191-200
*Shiyao Liu*, *Huaiqing Wu* and *William Q. Meeker*
- A Statistical Framework for Hypothesis Testing in Real Data Comparison Studies pp. 201-212
*Anne-Laure Boulesteix*, *Robert Hable*, *Sabine Lauer* and *Manuel J. A. Eugster*
- The Challenges in Developing an Online Applied Statistics Program: Lessons Learned at Penn State University pp. 213-220
*Derek S. Young*, *Glenn F. Johnson*, *Mosuk Chow* and *James L. Rosenberger*
- On Two General Classes of Discrete Bivariate Distributions pp. 221-230
*Hyunju Lee* and *Ji Hwan Cha*
- What Your Future Doctor Should Know About Statistics: Must-Include Topics for Introductory Undergraduate Biostatistics pp. 231-240
*Brigitte Baldi* and *Jessica Utts*
- On Probabilistic Proofs of Certain Binomial Identities pp. 241-243
*P. Vellaisamy*
- Letter to the Editor pp. 253-254
*R. Dennis Cook*, *Liliana Forzani* and *Adam Rothman*
- Reply pp. 254-255
*Thaddeus Tarpey*, *R. Todd Ogden*, *Eva Petkova* and *Ronald Christensen*
- Reply pp. 255-256
*Peng Ding*
- Kirk, J.L., and Fay, M.P. "An Introduction to Practical Sequential Inferences Via Single-Arm Binary Response Studies Using the Binseqtest R Package," The American Statistician, 68, 230-242 pp. 256-257
*Iliana Ignatova*, *Roland Deutsch* and *Don Edwards*
- Nontransitivity, Correlation, and Causation pp. 257-257
*Emil M. Friedman*
- Evidence-Based Data Analysis: Protecting the World From Bad Code? Comment by Veresoglou and Rillig pp. 257-257
*Stavros D. Veresoglou* and *Matthias C. Rillig*
**Volume 69, issue 2, 2015**
- Celebrating the 175th Anniversary of ASA pp. 64-67
*Christy Chuang-Stein*, *Narayanaswamy Balakrishnan*, *Marcus Berzofsky*, *Amy Herring*, *Fred Hulting*, *John McKenzie*, *Dionne Price*, *Stephen Stigler*, *George Williams* and *Ronald Wasserstein*
- A Brief History of the American Statistical Association, 1990-2014 pp. 68-78
*Robert L. Mason* and *John D. McKenzie*
- ASA Presidents and Executive Directors Look Back on their Terms in Office pp. 79-85
*James J. Cochran*
- Challenges and Opportunities for Statistics in the Next 25 Years pp. 86-90
*Jon R. Kettenring*, *Kenneth J. Koehler* and *John D. McKenzie Jr.*
- Who Will Celebrate Our 200th Anniversary? Growing the Next Generation of ASA Members pp. 91-95
*Robert N. Rodriguez*
- Communicating the Power and Impact of Our Profession: A Heads Up for the Next Executive Directors of the ASA pp. 96-99
*Ron Wasserstein*
- The Many Facets of Statistics Education: 175 Years of Common Themes pp. 100-107
*Jessica Utts*
- The Influence of Biostatistics at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute pp. 108-120
*David L. DeMets*, *Janet Turk Wittes* and *Nancy L. Geller*
- Advanced Placement Statistics: Expanding the Scope of Statistics Education pp. 121-126
*Allan J. Rossman*, *Roy St. Laurent* and *Josh Tabor*
- Recent Developments and Their Implications for the Future of Academic Statistical Consulting Centers pp. 127-137
*Eric A. Vance*
- Challenges and Opportunities for Statistics and Statistical Education: Looking Back, Looking Forward pp. 138-145
*Nicholas Horton*
- On the Computation of Gauss Hypergeometric Functions pp. 146-148
*Saralees Nadarajah*
- There's Nothing Wrong With Clopper-Pearson Binomial Confidence Limits pp. 154-155
*Robert Easterling*
- Reply pp. 155-156
*Mark F. Schilling* and *Jimmy A. Doi*
**Volume 69, issue 1, 2015**
- Has It Really Been Demonstrated That Most Genomic Research Findings Are False? pp. 1-4
*Gregory P. Samsa*
- Markov's Inequality and Chebyshev's Inequality for Tail Probabilities: A Sharper Image pp. 5-7
*Joel E. Cohen*
- The Absolute Difference Law For Expectations pp. 8-10
*Liang Hong*
- Ethical Numbers: Ethics Training in U.S. Graduate Statistics Programs, 2013-2014 pp. 11-16
*Lisa M. Lee*, *Frances A. McCarty* and *Tenny R. Zhang*
- Did the Military Interventions in the Mexican Drug War Increase Violence? pp. 17-27
*Valeria Espinosa* and *Donald B. Rubin*
- Monotone B-Spline Smoothing for a Generalized Linear Model Response pp. 28-33
*Wei Wang* and *Dylan S. Small*
- Biostatistics Faculty and NIH Awards at U.S. Medical Schools pp. 34-40
*Guangxiang Zhang* and *John J. Chen*
- Maximizing Probability Bounds Under Moment-Matching Restrictions pp. 41-44
*Stephen Portnoy*
- A Note on the Minimax Solution for the Two-Stage Group Testing Problem pp. 45-52
*Yaakov Malinovsky* and *Paul S. Albert*
- Letter to the Editor pp. 62-62
*Spyros Missiakoulis*
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