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The Oxford Statistical Science Series is established and authoritative. It includes texts and monographs covering many topics of current research interest in pure and applied statistics. The ideal topic is one that has been at the forefront of research interest for several years and where the author, as a result of extensive research, can provide a welcome distillation of essential ideas. Each title has an original slant even if the material included is not specifically original. The topic, exposition and style of the book are such that there should be individual as well as library interest. The authors are leading researchers and the topics covered will be of interest to all professional statisticians, whether they are in industry, government departments or research institutes.

Oxford University Press welcomes enquiries from prospective authors. We ask authors to send in proposals in detailed form which should include the following: a statement of the objectives and scope of the book; the intended readership; some notes about how the book relates to existing texts; an estimate of the intended length; a list of chapter headings; and, if possible, one or two draft chapters. Standard project proposal forms are available on request from the address below.

A. C. Atkinson, London School of Economics, Carroll, Texas A & M University, D.J. Hand, Imperial College, London, and D. A. Pierce, Radiation Effects Research Foundation, Hiroshima

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Analysis of Longitudinal Data

Second Edition


Peter Diggle, Patrick Heagerty, Kung-Yee Liang, Scott Zeger

14 March 2013
Oxford Statistical Science Series

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Random Coefficient Models


Nicholas T. Longford

06 January 1994
Oxford Statistical Science Series

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Statistical modelling in GLIM4

Second Edition


Murray Aitkin, Brian Francis, John Hinde

24 March 2005
Oxford Statistical Science Series

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