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Bibliography of Harold Hotelling

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Publications Other Than Reviews, Reprints and Translations

  1. Harold Hotelling 1925. Three-dimensional manifolds of states of motion. Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, 27, 329–44.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  2. Harold Hotelling 1925. A general mathematical theory of depreciation. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 20, 340–53.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  3. Harold Hotelling 1925. The distribution of correlation ratios calculated from random data. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 11, 657–62.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  4. Harold Hotelling 1926. Multiple-sheeted spaces and manifolds of states of motion. Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, 28, 479–90.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  5. Harold Hotelling 1927. An application of analysis situs to statistics. Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society, 33, 467–76.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  6. Harold Hotelling 1927. Differential equations subject to error, and population estimates, Journal of the American Statistical Association, 22, 283–314.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  7. Harold Hotelling 1928. Spaces of statistics and their metrization. Science, 67, 149–50.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  8. Harold Hotelling 1928. The physical state of protoplasm (with L. G. M. Baas Becking and Henriette van der Sande Bakhuysen). Verhandel. Koninkl. Akad. Wetenschap. Amsterdam, Afdeeling Natuurkunde (Tweedie Sect.), 25 (5), 28–31.Google Scholar
  9. Harold Hotelling 1929. Applications of the theory of error to the interpretation of trends (with Holbrook Working). Journal of the American Statistical Association, 24, 73–85.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  10. Harold Hotelling 1929. Stability in competition. Economic Journal, 39, 41–57.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  11. Harold Hotelling 1929. A determinant game. American Mathematical Monthly, 36, 285.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  12. Harold Hotelling 1930. British statistics and statisticians today. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 25, 186–90.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  13. Harold Hotelling 1930. The consistency and ultimate distribution of optimum statistics. Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, 32, 847–59.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  14. Harold Hotelling 1931. Recent improvements in statistical inference. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 26, 79–89.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  15. Harold Hotelling 1931. The economics of exhaustible resources. Journal of Political Economy, 39, 137–75.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  16. Harold Hotelling 1931. Frequency distributions. Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences, Volume 6. New York: Macmillan, pp. 484–9.Google Scholar
  17. Harold Hotelling 1931. Causes of birth rate fluctuations (with Floy Hotelling). Journal of the American Statistical Association, 26, 135–49.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  18. Harold Hotelling 1931. The generalization of Student’s ratio. Annals of Mathematical Statistics, 2, 360–78.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  19. Harold Hotelling 1932. The limits of a measure of skewness (with Leonard M. Solomons). Annals of Mathematical Statistics, 3, 141–2.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  20. Harold Hotelling 1932. A new analysis of duration of pregnancy data (with Floy Hotelling). American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 23, 643–57.Google Scholar
  21. Harold Hotelling 1932. Edgeworth’s taxation paradox and the nature of demand and supply functions. Journal of Political Economy, 40, 577–616.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  22. Harold Hotelling 1933. Analysis of a complex of statistical variables into principal components. Journal of Educational Psychology, 24, 417–41 and 498–520.Google Scholar
  23. Harold Hotelling 1933. Note on Edgeworth’s taxation phenomenon and Professor Garver’s additional condition on demand functions. Econometrica, 1, 408–9.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  24. Harold Hotelling 1935. Demand functions with limited budgets. Econometrica, 3, 66–78.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  25. Harold Hotelling 1935. The most predictable criterion. Journal of Educational Psychology, 26, 139–42.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  26. Harold Hotelling 1936. Rank correlation and tests of significance involving no assumption of normality (with Margaret Richards Pabst). Annals of Mathematical Statistics, 7, 29–43.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  27. Harold Hotelling 1936. Measurements and correlations of pelves of Indians of the Southwest (with W. W. Howells). American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 21, 91–106.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  28. Harold Hotelling 1936. Some little-known applications of mathematics. Mathematics Teacher, 29, 157–69.Google Scholar
  29. Harold Hotelling 1936. Simplified calculation of principal components. Psychometrika, 1, 27–35.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  30. Harold Hotelling 1936. Relations between two sets of variates, Biometrika, 28, 321–77.Google Scholar
  31. Harold Hotelling 1936. Curtailing production is anti-social. Columbia Alumni News, 28(4), 3 and 16.Google Scholar
  32. Harold Hotelling 1937. Effects of pregnancy, mouth acidity and age on dental caries (with Daniel E. Ziskin). Journal of Dental Research, 16, 507–19.Google Scholar
  33. Harold Hotelling 1938. The transformation of statistics to simplify their distribution (with Lester R. Frankel). Annals of Mathematical Statistics, 9, 87–96.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  34. Harold Hotelling 1938. The general welfare in relation to problems of taxation and of railway and utility rates. Econometrica, 6, 242–69.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  35. Harold Hotelling 1939. Tubes and spheres in n-spaces and a class of statistical problems. American Journal of Mathematics, 61, 440–60.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  36. Harold Hotelling 1939. The work of Henry Schultz. Econometrica, 7, 97–103.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  37. Harold Hotelling 1939. The relation of prices to marginal cost in an optimum system. Econometrica, 7, 151–5.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  38. Harold Hotelling 1939. A final note. Econometrica, 7, 158–60.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  39. Harold Hotelling 1940. The selection of variates for use in prediction with some comments on the general problem of nuisance parameters. Annals of Mathematical Statistics, 11, 271–83.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  40. Harold Hotelling 1940. The teaching of statistics. Annals of Mathematical Statistics, 111, 457–70.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  41. Harold Hotelling 1941. Experimental determination of the maximum of a function. Annals of Mathematical Statistics, 12, 20–45.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  42. Harold Hotelling 1941. Presidential Address (to Indian Statistical Congress at Madras). Sankhya, 5, 127–9.Google Scholar
  43. Harold Hotelling 1942. Problems of prediction. American Journal of Sociology, 48, 61–76.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  44. Harold Hotelling 1942. Rotations in psychology and the statistical revolution. Science, 95, 504–7.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  45. Harold Hotelling 1942. Foreword to Tables of Probability Functions, Vol. II. National Bureau of Standards, Washington, DC: Government Printing Office.Google Scholar
  46. Harold Hotelling 1943. Income-tax revision as proposed by Irving Fisher. Econometrica, 11, 83–7.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  47. Harold Hotelling 1943. Some new methods in matrix calculation. Annals of Mathematical Statistics, 14, 1–34.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  48. Harold Hotelling 1943. Dr. Peters’ criticism of Fisher’s statistics. Journal of Educational Research, 36, 707–11.Google Scholar
  49. Harold Hotelling 1943. Further points on matrix calculation and simultaneous equations. Annals of Mathematical Statistics, 14, 440–1.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  50. Harold Hotelling 1944. Some improvements in weighing and other experimental techniques. Annals of Mathematical Statistics, 15, 297–306.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  51. Harold Hotelling 1944. Note on a matric theorem of A. T. Craig. Annals of Mathematical Statistics, 15, 427–9.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  52. Harold Hotelling 1945. Graduate work in statistics at Columbia University. Biometrics Bulletin, 1, 22–3.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  53. Harold Hotelling 1947. The training of statisticians. American Statistician, 1 (3), 8–9.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  54. Harold Hotelling 1947. Multivariate quality control, illustrated by the air testing of sample bomb-sights. Chapter 3 in Eisenhart, C., Hastay, M. W. and Wallis, W. A., (eds.) Selected Techniques of Statistical Analysis. New York: McGraw-Hill, pp. 111–84.Google Scholar
  55. Harold Hotelling 1947. Effects of non-normality at high significance levels. Annals of Mathematical Statistics, 18, 608–9.Google Scholar
  56. Harold Hotelling 1948. Points in the report of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics Committee on the teaching of statistics. Mathematics Teacher, 41, 76–7.Google Scholar
  57. Harold Hotelling 1948. The teaching of statistics. A report of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics Committee on the teaching of statistics. Harold Hotelling, Chairman: Walter Bartky; W. Edwards Deming; Milton Friedman; Paul Hoel. Annals of Mathematical Statistics, 19, 95–115.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  58. Harold Hotelling 1948. Mathematical statistics and econometrics at the University of North Carolina. Econometrica, 16, 125–6.Google Scholar
  59. Harold Hotelling 1948. Discussion of paper of Georges Teissier. Biometrics, 4, 50.Google Scholar
  60. Harold Hotelling 1948. Wake Forest for future leaders. The News and Observer, Raleigh, NC, August 31, 1948, P. 4.Google Scholar
  61. Harold Hotelling 1948. Mathematics in our schools. The News and Observer, Raleigh, NC, September, 2, 1948, p. 4.Google Scholar
  62. Harold Hotelling 1949. Discussion of paper of René Roy. Econometrica, 17, 188–9.Google Scholar
  63. Harold Hotelling 1949. Stochastic processes. (Remarks by the chairman at the joint meeting of the Econometric Society and the Institute of Mathematical Statistics.) Econometrica, 17, 66–8.Google Scholar
  64. Harold Hotelling 1949. Practical problems of matrix calculation, Proceedings of the Berkeley Symposium on Mathematical Statistics and Probability. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, pp. 275–94.Google Scholar
  65. Harold Hotelling 1949. The place of statistics in the university. Proceedings of the Berkeley Symposium on Mathematical Statistics and Probability. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, pp. 21–40.Google Scholar
  66. Harold Hotelling 1950. Some computational devices. Chapter 10 in Koopmans, T. C. (ed.), Statistical Inference in Dynamic Economic Models. Cowles Commission Monograph No. 10, New York: Wiley.Google Scholar
  67. Harold Hotelling 1950. Needed steps in the mathematical training of social scientists. Econometrica, 18, 198–9.Google Scholar
  68. Harold Hotelling 1950. Why we have the two-party system. American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 10, 13–5.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  69. Harold Hotelling 1950. Comments on the report, “Furtherance of statistical education.” Revue de l’Institut Internationale de Statistique, 18, 69–70.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  70. Harold Hotelling 1951. The impact of R. A. Fisher on statistics. Jornal of the American Statistical Association, 46, 35–46.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  71. Harold Hotelling 1951. Abraham Wald. American Statistician, 5, 18–9.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  72. Harold Hotelling 1951. A generalized T test and measure of multivariate dispersion. Proceedings of the Second Berkeley Symposium on Mathematical Statistics and Probability. Neyman, J. (ed.), Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, pp. 23–42.Google Scholar
  73. Harold Hotelling 1951. Foreword to “The Jacobians of certain matrix transformations useful in multivariate analysis.” Biometrika, 38, 345–6.Google Scholar
  74. Harold Hotelling 1951. Discussion of the paper of J. Neyman. Proceedings of the International Statistical Conferences at Washington, III A. The Hague: International Statistical Institute, p. 432.Google Scholar
  75. Harold Hotelling 1954. Multivariate analysis. Chapter 4 in Kempthorne, O., Bancroft, T. A., Gowen, J. W. and Lush, J. L. (eds.), Statistics and Mathematics in Biology. Ames, Iowa: Iowa State College Press.Google Scholar
  76. Harold Hotelling 1955. Econometrics. Encyclopedia Americana, Vol. 9. Chicago: Americana Corp., p. 556.Google Scholar
  77. Harold Hotelling 1955. The correlation coefficient and its transforms—a new look. Résumés des conférences faites au séminaire de statisque tenu d Rome, Septembre 1953. The Hague: International Statistical Institute.Google Scholar
  78. Harold Hotelling 1955. The moments of the sample median (with John T. Chu). Annals of Mathematical Statistics, 26, 593–606.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  79. Harold Hotelling 1955. Multivariate methods in testing complex equipment. Papers Presented at the Colloquium in Statistical Design of Laboratory Experiments. U.S. Naval Ordnance Laboratory, White Oak, MD, pp. 84–91.Google Scholar
  80. Harold Hotelling 1957. The relations of the newer multivariate statistical methods to factor analysis. British Journal of Statistical Psychology, 10 (II), 69–79.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  81. Harold Hotelling 1958. C. F. Roos, Econometrician and mathematician. Science, 128, 1194–5.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  82. Harold Hotelling 1958. The statistical method and the philosophy of science. American Statistician, 12 (5), 9–14.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  83. Day, E. E. 1926. Statistical Analysis. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 21, 360–3.Google Scholar
  84. Dublin, L. I. et al. 1926. Population Problems in the United States and Canada. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 21, 503–5.Google Scholar
  85. Fisher, R. A. 1927. Statistical Methods for Research Workers. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 22, 411–2.Google Scholar

Reviews

  1. Elderton, W. P. 1928. Frequency Curves and Correlation. Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society, 34, 515–6.Google Scholar
  2. Fisher, R. A. 1926. Statistical Methods for Research Workers, 2nd ed. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 23, 346.Google Scholar
  3. Cournot, A. 1928. Researches into the Mathematical Principles of the Theory of Wealth. American Mathematical Monthly, 35, 439–40.Google Scholar
  4. Fisher, R. A. 1930. Statistical Methods for Research Workers, 3rd ed. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 25, 381–2.Google Scholar
  5. Evans, G. C. 1931. Mathematical Introduction to Economics. Journal of Political Economy, 39, 107–9.Google Scholar
  6. Evans, G. C. 1931. Mathematical Introduction to Economics. American Mathematical Monthly, 38, 101–3.Google Scholar
  7. Shewhart, W. A. 1932. Economic Control of Quality of Manufactured Product. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 27, 215–7.Google Scholar
  8. Frisch, R. 1932. New Methods of Measuring Marginal Utility. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 27, 451–2.Google Scholar
  9. Fisher, R. A. 1933. Statistical Methods for Research Workers, 4th ed. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 28, 374–5.Google Scholar
  10. Secrist, H. 1933. The Triumph of Mediocrity in Business. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 28, 463–5.Google Scholar
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  12. Smith, J. G. 1935. Elementary Statistics, an Introduction to the Principles of Scientific Method. American Mathematical Monthly, 42, 169–71.Google Scholar
  13. Snedecor, G. W. 1935. Calculation and Interpretation of Analysis of Variance and Covariance. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 30, 117–8.Google Scholar
  14. Fisher, R. A. 1935. Statistical Methods for Research Workers, 5th ed. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 30, 118.Google Scholar
  15. Roos, C. F. 1935. Dynamic Economics. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 30, 480–3.Google Scholar
  16. Fisher, R. A. 1935. The Design of Experiments. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 30, 771–2.Google Scholar
  17. Fisher, R. A. 1937. Statistical Methods for Research Workers, 6th ed. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 32, 218–9.Google Scholar
  18. Fisher, R. A. 1937. The Design of Experiments, 2nd ed. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 32, 580–2.Google Scholar
  19. Schultz, H. 1938. The Theory and Measurement of Demand. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 33, 744–7.Google Scholar
  20. Fisher, R. A. and Yates, F. 1938. Statistical Tables for Biological, Agricultural and Medical Research. Science, 88, 596–7.Google Scholar
  21. Allen, R. G. D. 1939. Mathematical Analysis for Economists. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 205, 154–5.Google Scholar
  22. Fisher, R. A. 1939. Statistical Methods for Research Workers, 7th ed. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 34, 423–4.Google Scholar
  23. Preinreich, G. A. D. 1941. The Present Status of Renewal Theory. Journal of Political Economy, 49, 136–7.Google Scholar
  24. Holzinger, K. L. and Harman, H. H. 1942. Factor Analysis. Science, 95, 504–7.Google Scholar
  25. Horst, P. et al. 1942. The Prediction of Personal Adjustment. American Journal of Sociology, 48, 61–76.Google Scholar
  26. Davis, H. T. 1942. The Analysis of Economic Time Series. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 221, 219–21.Google Scholar
  27. Molina, E. C. 1943. Poisson’s Exponential Binomial Limit. Journal of Educational Psychology, 34, 124–5.Google Scholar
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  29. Kendall, M. G. 1945. The Advanced Theory of Statistics, Vol. 1. Bulletin of the American Mathematics Society, 51, 214–6.Google Scholar
  30. Cramer, H. 1945. Mathematical Methods of Statistics. Journal of Political Economy, 55, 393–5.Google Scholar
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  • Adrian C. Darnell
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  1. 1.The Department of EconomicsUniversity of DurhamDurhamEngland

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