# The American Statistician
2012 - 2022
Continuation of The American Statistician. Current editor(s): *Eric Sampson* From Taylor & Francis Journals Bibliographic data for series maintained by Chris Longhurst (). Access Statistics for this journal.
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**Volume 76, issue 2, 2022**
- Variable Selection With Second-Generation P-Values pp. 91-101
*Yi Zuo*, *Thomas G. Stewart* and *Jeffrey D. Blume*
- A Generalization of the Savage–Dickey Density Ratio for Testing Equality and Order Constrained Hypotheses pp. 102-109
*Joris Mulder*, *Eric-Jan Wagenmakers* and *Maarten Marsman*
- Bang the Can Slowly: An Investigation into the 2017 Houston Astros pp. 110-116
*Ryan Elmore* and *Gregory J. Matthews*
- The Case-Control Approach Can be More Powerful for Matched Pair Observational Studies When the Outcome is Rare pp. 117-123
*Wei Wang*, *Dylan S. Small*, *Guy Cafri* and *Elizabeth W. Paxton*
- Pseudo-Ranks: The Better Way of Ranking? pp. 124-130
*Georg Zimmermann*, *Edgar Brunner*, *Werner Brannath*, *Martin Happ* and *Arne C. Bathke*
- Publication Policies for Replicable Research and the Community-Wide False Discovery Rate pp. 131-141
*Joshua Habiger* and *Ye Liang*
- Statistical Implications of Endogeneity Induced by Residential Segregation in Small-Area Modeling of Health Inequities pp. 142-151
*Rachel C. Nethery*, *Jarvis T. Chen*, *Nancy Krieger*, *Pamela D. Waterman*, *Emily Peterson*, *Lance A. Waller* and *Brent A. Coull*
- COVID-19 Pandemic as a Change Agent in the Structure and Practice of Statistical Consulting Centers pp. 152-158
*Shing Lee*, *Emilia Bagiella*, *Roger Vaughan*, *Usha Govindarajulu*, *Paul Christos*, *Denise Esserman*, *Hua Zhong* and *Mimi Kim*
- On Deconfounding Spatial Confounding in Linear Models pp. 159-167
*Dale L. Zimmerman* and *Jay M. Ver Hoef*
- Comparing Three Groups pp. 168-176
*Jelle J. Goeman* and *Aldo Solari*
- Re-exploring the Penney-Ante Game pp. 177-183
*Sushil Kumar Singh*, *Neelkanth Rawat*, *Sargun Singh* and *Savinder Kaur*
- Pairwise Independence May Not Imply Independence: New Illustrations and a Generalization pp. 184-187
*Nitis Mukhopadhyay*
- A Survey of Bias in Machine Learning Through the Prism of Statistical Parity pp. 188-198
*Philippe Besse*, *Eustasio del Barrio*, *Paula Gordaliza*, *Jean-Michel Loubes* and *Laurent Risser*
- Bayesian Analysis of Infectious Diseases: COVID-19 and Beyond pp. 199-199
*Qiwei Li*
- Statistics in Medicine pp. 199-200
*Weixiao Dai* and *Toshimitsu Hamasaki*
- The Impact of Application of the Jackknife to the Sample Median pp. 201-201
*The Editors*
**Volume 76, issue 1, 2022**
- A Proposal for Informative Default Priors Scaled by the Standard Error of Estimates pp. 1-9
*Erik van Zwet* and *Andrew Gelman*
- Computing (Bivariate) Poisson Moments Using Stein–Chen Identities pp. 10-15
*Christian H. Weiß* and *Boris Aleksandrov*
- Calculating Sample Size for Follmann’s Simple Multivariate Test for One-Sided Alternatives pp. 16-21
*Matthew J. McIntosh*
- Bayesian Inference Is Unaffected by Selection: Fact or Fiction? pp. 22-28
*David A. Harville*
- Difference Between Binomial Proportions Using Newcombe’s Method With Multiple Imputation for Incomplete Data pp. 29-36
*Yulia Sidi* and *Ofer Harel*
- Reconstructing the Kaplan–Meier Estimator as an M-estimator pp. 37-43
*Jiaqi Gu*, *Yiwei Fan* and *Guosheng Yin*
- Myths About Linear and Monotonic Associations: Pearson’s r, Spearman’s ρ, and Kendall’s τ pp. 44-52
*Edwin van den Heuvel* and *Zhuozhao Zhan*
- When Your Permutation Test is Doomed to Fail pp. 53-63
*William F. Christensen* and *Brinley N. Zabriskie*
- A Bayesian Spatial Analysis of the Heterogeneity in Human Mobility Changes During the First Wave of the COVID-19 Epidemic in the United States pp. 64-72
*Giulia Carella*, *Javier Pérez Trufero*, *Miguel Álvarez* and *Jorge Mateu*
- A Geometric Derivation of the Cantor Distribution pp. 73-77
*Brett Presnell*
- On the Power of the F-test for Hypotheses in a Linear Model pp. 78-84
*William E. Griffiths* and *Carter Hill*
- Exploratory Data Analysis with MATLAB, 3rd ed., by Wendy L. Martinez, Angel R. Martinez, and Jeffrey L. Solka pp. 85-86
*Yang Ni*
- Do Dice Play God? The Mathematics of Uncertainty, by Ian Stewart pp. 85-85
*James M. Flegal*
- The Phantom Pattern Problem: The Mirage of Big Data pp. 86-87
*Emilija Perković*
- Statistics for Making Decisions pp. 87-88
*Angelika M. Stefan*
- A Connection Between Baseball and Clinical Trials Found in “Slugging Percentage is Not a Percentage—And Why That Matters” pp. 89-89
*Byron J. Gajewski*, *Jo A. Wick* and *Truman J. Milling*
**Volume 75, issue 4, 2021**
- Comparing Covariate Prioritization via Matching to Machine Learning Methods for Causal Inference Using Five Empirical Applications pp. 355-363
*Luke Keele* and *Dylan S. Small*
- The Classical Occupancy Distribution: Computation and Approximation pp. 364-375
*Ben O’Neill*
- The Short-Term and Long-Term Hazard Ratio Model: Parameterization Inconsistency pp. 376-382
*Philippe Flandre* and *John O’Quigley*
- Hurdle Blockmodels for Sparse Network Modeling pp. 383-393
*Narges Motalebi*, *Nathaniel T. Stevens* and *Stefan H. Steiner*
- Random number generators produce collisions: Why, how many and more pp. 394-402
*Marius Hofert*
- Learning Hamiltonian Monte Carlo in R pp. 403-413
*Samuel Thomas* and *Wanzhu Tu*
- Pairwise Comparisons Using Ranks in the One-Way Model pp. 414-423
*Dennis D. Boos* and *Siyu Duan*
- A Review of Bayesian Perspectives on Sample Size Derivation for Confirmatory Trials pp. 424-432
*Kevin Kunzmann*, *Michael J. Grayling*, *Kim May Lee*, *David S. Robertson*, *Kaspar Rufibach* and *James M. S. Wason*
- Facilitating Authentic Practice for Early Undergraduate Statistics Students pp. 433-444
*Peter E. Freeman*
- The Impact of Application of the Jackknife to the Sample Median pp. 445-449
*Jianning Yang* and *John E. Kolassa*
- Beyond Multiple Linear Regression: Applied Generalized Linear Models and Multilevel Models in R pp. 450-451
*Youjin Lee*
- Probability and Statistical Inference: From Basic Principles to Advanced Models pp. 451-453
*Gabriel J. Young*
- Textual Data Science with R pp. 453-454
*Kenneth R. Benoit*
- Letter to the Editor: Zhang, J. (2021), “The Mean Relative Entropy: An Invariant Measure of Estimation Error,” The American Statistician, 75, 117–123: comment by Vos and Wu pp. 455-457
*Paul Vos* and *Qiang Wu*
- Response to Letter to the Editor: Zhang, J. (2021) pp. 458-458
*Jin Zhang*
**Volume 75, issue 3, 2021**
- Statistical Challenges in Agent-Based Modeling pp. 235-242
*David L. Banks* and *Mevin B. Hooten*
- A Prediction Tournament Paradox pp. 243-248
*David J. Aldous*
- Null Hypothesis Significance Testing Defended and Calibrated by Bayesian Model Checking pp. 249-255
*David R. Bickel*
- Connecting and Contrasting the Bayes Factor and a Modified ROPE Procedure for Testing Interval Null Hypotheses pp. 256-264
*J. G. Liao*, *Vishal Midya* and *Arthur Berg*
- Reconnecting p-Value and Posterior Probability Under One- and Two-Sided Tests pp. 265-275
*Haolun Shi* and *Guosheng Yin*
- Improving Effect Estimates by Limiting the Variability in Inverse Propensity Score Weights pp. 276-287
*Keith Kranker*, *Laura Blue* and *Lauren Vollmer Forrow*
- The Exact Form of the “Ockham Factor” in Model Selection pp. 288-293
*Jonathan Rougier* and *Carey E. Priebe*
- Adjusting Published Estimates for Exploratory Biases Using the Truncated Normal Distribution pp. 294-299
*Travis Loux* and *Orlando Davy*
- Learning Temporal Structures of Random Patterns by Generating Functions pp. 300-309
*Yanlong Sun* and *Hongbin Wang*
- A Set of Efficient Methods to Generate High-Dimensional Binary Data With Specified Correlation Structures pp. 310-322
*Wei Jiang*, *Shuang Song*, *Lin Hou* and *Hongyu Zhao*
- On Being an Ethical Statistical Expert in a Legal Case pp. 323-333
*William B. Fairley* and *William A. Huber*
- From One Environment to Many: The Problem of Replicability of Statistical Inferences pp. 334-342
*James J. Higgins*, *Michael J. Higgins* and *Jinguang Lin*
- Illustrating Randomness in Statistics Courses With Spatial Experiments pp. 343-353
*Amanda S. Hering*, *Luke Durell* and *Grant Morgan*
- Reviewof Books and Teaching Materials pp. 354-354
*Yen-Chi Chen*
**Volume 75, issue 2, 2021**
- The Mean Relative Entropy: An Invariant Measure of Estimation Error pp. 117-123
*Jin Zhang*
- Slugging Percentage Is Not a Percentage—And Why That Matters pp. 124-127
*Douglas VanDerwerken*
- Toward Replicability With Confidence Intervals for the Exceedance Probability pp. 128-138
*Brian D. Segal*
- A Problem of Distributive Justice, Solved by the Lasso pp. 139-144
*Philip T. Reiss*
- A Robustified Posterior for Bayesian Inference on a Large Number of Parallel Effects pp. 145-151
*J. G. Liao*, *Arthur Berg* and *Timothy L. McMurry*
- Bayes Factors for Testing Order Constraints on Variances of Dependent Outcomes pp. 152-161
*Florian Böing-Messing* and *Joris Mulder*
- Visually Communicating and Teaching Intuition for Influence Functions pp. 162-172
*Aaron Fisher* and *Edward H. Kennedy*
- Does Home Health Care Increase the Probability of 30-Day Hospital Readmissions? Interpreting Coefficient Sign Reversals, or Their Absence, in Binary Logistic Regression Analysis pp. 173-184
*Alecos Papadopoulos* and *Roland B. Stark*
- Making Recursive Bayesian Inference Accessible pp. 185-194
*Mevin B. Hooten*, *Devin S. Johnson* and *Brian M. Brost*
- Harmonizing Optimized Designs With Classic Randomization in Experiments pp. 195-206
*Adam Kapelner*, *Abba M. Krieger*, *Michael Sklar*, *Uri Shalit* and *David Azriel*
- March Madness “Anomalies”: Are They Real, and If So, Can They Be Explained? pp. 207-216
*Dale L. Zimmerman*, *Nathan D. Zimmerman* and *Joshua T. Zimmerman*
- The Lorenz Curve in the Classroom pp. 217-225
*Roberta La Haye* and *Petr Zizler*
- Further Examples Related to Correlations Between Variables and Ranks pp. 226-229
*Chunming Zhang*
- The Model Thinker: What You Need to Know to Make Data Work for You pp. 230-231
*Edward L. Boone*
- SAS for Mixed Models: Introduction and Basic Applications pp. 231-231
*Christine R. Wells*
- x + y: A Mathematician's Manifesto for Rethinking Gender pp. 232-233
*Christina P. Knudson*
**Volume 75, issue 1, 2021**
- Intuition for an Old Curiosity and an Implication for MCMC pp. 1-6
*Michael Lavine* and *Jim Hodges*
- Exact Bayes Factors for the Comparison of Multinomial Distributions pp. 7-14
*Rudy Ligtvoet*
- The Price is Right: Analyzing Bidding Behavior on Contestants’ Row pp. 15-22
*Paul Kvam*
- Testing for Positive Quadrant Dependence pp. 23-30
*Chuan-Fa Tang*, *Dewei Wang*, *Hammou El Barmi* and *Joshua M. Tebbs*
- Hypothesis Testing in Presence of Adversaries pp. 31-40
*J. González-Ortega*, *D. Ríos Insua*, *F. Ruggeri* and *R. Soyer*
- Objective Bayesian testing for the correlation coefficient under divergence-based priors pp. 41-51
*Bo Peng* and *Min Wang*
- Sampling Strategies for Fast Updating of Gaussian Markov Random Fields pp. 52-65
*D. Andrew Brown*, *Christopher S. McMahan* and *Stella Watson Self*
- Optimizing Sample Size Allocation and Power in a Bayesian Two-Stage Drop-the-Losers Design pp. 66-75
*Alex Karanevich*, *Richard Meier*, *Stefan Graw*, *Anna McGlothlin* and *Byron Gajewski*
- Assumption Lean Regression pp. 76-84
*Richard Berk*, *Andreas Buja*, *Lawrence Brown*, *Edward George*, *Arun Kumar Kuchibhotla*, *Weijie Su* and *Linda Zhao*
- Correction of Survival Bias in a Study About Increased Mortality of Heads of Government pp. 85-91
*Julian Fecker*, *Martin Schumacher*, *Kristin Ohneberg* and *Martin Wolkewitz*
- Modeling Response Time to Structure Fires pp. 92-100
*Madison Arnsbarger*, *Joshua Goldstein*, *Claire Kelling*, *Gizem Korkmaz* and *Sallie Keller*
- A Probabilistic Approach to The Moments of Binomial Random Variables and Application pp. 101-103
*Duy Nguyen*
- Null Hypothesis Significance Testing Interpreted and Calibrated by Estimating Probabilities of Sign Errors: A Bayes-Frequentist Continuum pp. 104-112
*David R. Bickel*
- Data Visualization: Charts, Maps, and Interactive Graphics. Robert Grant pp. 113-113
*James M. Flegal*
- Fundamentals of Probability with Stochastic Processes, 4th ed. Saeed Ghahramani pp. 113-114
*James M. Flegal*
- Spatio-Temporal Statistics With R pp. 114-114
*Nicholas W. Bussberg*
- McCann and Habiger (2020), “The Detection of Nonnegligible Directional Effects With Associated Measures of Statistical Significance,” pp. 115-115
*Roger L. Berger*
- Response to the Letter to the Editor on “The Detection of Nonnegligible Directional Effects With Associated Measures of Statistical Significance,” The American Statistician, 74:3, 213–217: Comment by Roger Berger pp. 116-116
*Melinda H. McCann* and *Joshua D. Habiger*
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