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  4. Powers, Daniel A.; Xie, Yu: Statistical methods for categorical data analysis (2000)
  5. Rabe-Hesketh, Sophia; Everitt, Brian: A handbook of statistical analyses using Stata. (2000)
  6. Verbeek, Marno: A guide to modern econometrics (2000)
  7. Gleason, John R.: An accurate, non-iterative approximation for studentized range quantiles (1999)
  8. Good, Phillip I.: Resampling methods: a practical guide to data analysis (1999)
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  10. Rabe-Hesketh, Sophia; Everitt, Brian S.: A handbook of statistical analyses using Stata (1999)
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