# Bibliography of Harold Hotelling

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## Publications Other Than Reviews, Reprints and Translations

- Harold Hotelling 1925. Three-dimensional manifolds of states of motion.
*Transactions of the American Mathematical Society*,**27**, 329–44.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1925. A general mathematical theory of depreciation.
*Journal of the American Statistical Association*,**20**, 340–53.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1925. The distribution of correlation ratios calculated from random data.
*Proceedings of the National Academy of Science*,**11**, 657–62.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1926. Multiple-sheeted spaces and manifolds of states of motion.
*Transactions of the American Mathematical Society*,**28**, 479–90.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1927. An application of analysis situs to statistics.
*Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society*,**33**, 467–76.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1927. Differential equations subject to error, and population estimates,
*Journal of the American Statistical Association*,**22**, 283–314.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1928. Spaces of statistics and their metrization.
*Science*,**67**, 149–50.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - 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 - 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 - Harold Hotelling 1929. A determinant game.
*American Mathematical Monthly*,**36**, 285.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1930. British statistics and statisticians today.
*Journal of the American Statistical Association*,**25**, 186–90.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1930. The consistency and ultimate distribution of optimum statistics.
*Transactions of the American Mathematical Society*,**32**, 847–59.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1931. Recent improvements in statistical inference.
*Journal of the American Statistical Association*,**26**, 79–89.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1931. The economics of exhaustible resources.
*Journal of Political Economy*,**39**, 137–75.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1931. Frequency distributions.
*Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences*, Volume 6. New York: Macmillan, pp. 484–9.Google Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1931. Causes of birth rate fluctuations (with Floy Hotelling).
*Journal of the American Statistical Association*,**26**, 135–49.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1931. The generalization of Student’s ratio.
*Annals of Mathematical Statistics*,**2**, 360–78.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1932. The limits of a measure of skewness (with Leonard M. Solomons).
*Annals of Mathematical Statistics*,**3**, 141–2.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - 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 - Harold Hotelling 1932. Edgeworth’s taxation paradox and the nature of demand and supply functions.
*Journal of Political Economy*,**40**, 577–616.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - 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 - Harold Hotelling 1933. Note on Edgeworth’s taxation phenomenon and Professor Garver’s additional condition on demand functions.
*Econometrica*,**1**, 408–9.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1935. Demand functions with limited budgets.
*Econometrica*,**3**, 66–78.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1935. The most predictable criterion.
*Journal of Educational Psychology*,**26**, 139–42.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - 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 - 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 - Harold Hotelling 1936. Some little-known applications of mathematics.
*Mathematics Teacher*,**29**, 157–69.Google Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1936. Simplified calculation of principal components.
*Psychometrika*,**1**, 27–35.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1936. Relations between two sets of variates,
*Biometrika*,**28**, 321–77.Google Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1936. Curtailing production is anti-social.
*Columbia Alumni News*,**28**(4), 3 and 16.Google Scholar - 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 - Harold Hotelling 1938. The transformation of statistics to simplify their distribution (with Lester R. Frankel).
*Annals of Mathematical Statistics*,**9**, 87–96.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1938. The general welfare in relation to problems of taxation and of railway and utility rates.
*Econometrica*,**6**, 242–69.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1939. Tubes and spheres in n-spaces and a class of statistical problems.
*American Journal of Mathematics*,**61**, 440–60.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1939. The relation of prices to marginal cost in an optimum system.
*Econometrica*,**7**, 151–5.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - 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 - Harold Hotelling 1940. The teaching of statistics.
*Annals of Mathematical Statistics*,**111**, 457–70.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1941. Experimental determination of the maximum of a function.
*Annals of Mathematical Statistics*,**12**, 20–45.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1941. Presidential Address (to Indian Statistical Congress at Madras).
*Sankhya*,**5**, 127–9.Google Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1942. Problems of prediction.
*American Journal of Sociology*,**48**, 61–76.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1942. Rotations in psychology and the statistical revolution.
*Science*,**95**, 504–7.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1942. Foreword to
*Tables of Probability Functions*, Vol. II. National Bureau of Standards, Washington, DC: Government Printing Office.Google Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1943. Income-tax revision as proposed by Irving Fisher.
*Econometrica*,**11**, 83–7.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1943. Some new methods in matrix calculation.
*Annals of Mathematical Statistics*,**14**, 1–34.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1943. Dr. Peters’ criticism of Fisher’s statistics.
*Journal of Educational Research*,**36**, 707–11.Google Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1943. Further points on matrix calculation and simultaneous equations.
*Annals of Mathematical Statistics*,**14**, 440–1.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1944. Some improvements in weighing and other experimental techniques.
*Annals of Mathematical Statistics*,**15**, 297–306.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1944. Note on a matric theorem of A. T. Craig.
*Annals of Mathematical Statistics*,**15**, 427–9.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1945. Graduate work in statistics at Columbia University.
*Biometrics Bulletin*,**1**, 22–3.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1947. The training of statisticians.
*American Statistician*,**1**(3), 8–9.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - 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 - Harold Hotelling 1947. Effects of non-normality at high significance levels.
*Annals of Mathematical Statistics*,**18**, 608–9.Google Scholar - 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 - 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 - Harold Hotelling 1948. Mathematical statistics and econometrics at the University of North Carolina.
*Econometrica*,**16**, 125–6.Google Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1948. Wake Forest for future leaders.
*The News and Observer*, Raleigh, NC, August 31, 1948, P. 4.Google Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1948. Mathematics in our schools.
*The News and Observer*, Raleigh, NC, September, 2, 1948, p. 4.Google Scholar - 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 - 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 - 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 - 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 - Harold Hotelling 1950. Needed steps in the mathematical training of social scientists.
*Econometrica*,**18**, 198–9.Google Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1950. Why we have the two-party system.
*American Journal of Economics and Sociology*,**10**, 13–5.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1950. Comments on the report, “Furtherance of statistical education.”
*Revue de l’Institut Internationale de Statistique*,**18**, 69–70.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1951. The impact of R. A. Fisher on statistics.
*Jornal of the American Statistical Association*,**46**, 35–46.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - 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 - Harold Hotelling 1951. Foreword to “The Jacobians of certain matrix transformations useful in multivariate analysis.”
*Biometrika*,**38**, 345–6.Google Scholar - 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 - 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 - Harold Hotelling 1955. Econometrics. Encyclopedia Americana, Vol. 9. Chicago: Americana Corp., p. 556.Google Scholar
- 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 - Harold Hotelling 1955. The moments of the sample median (with John T. Chu).
*Annals of Mathematical Statistics*,**26**, 593–606.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - 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 - 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 - Harold Hotelling 1958. C. F. Roos, Econometrician and mathematician.
*Science*,**128**, 1194–5.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - Harold Hotelling 1958. The statistical method and the philosophy of science.
*American Statistician*,**12**(5), 9–14.CrossRefGoogle Scholar - Day, E. E. 1926.
*Statistical Analysis. Journal of the American Statistical Association*,**21**, 360–3.Google Scholar - 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 - Fisher, R. A. 1927.
*Statistical Methods for Research Workers. Journal of the American Statistical Association*,**22**, 411–2.Google Scholar

## Reviews

- Elderton, W. P. 1928.
*Frequency Curves and Correlation. Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society*,**34**, 515–6.Google Scholar - Fisher, R. A. 1926.
*Statistical Methods for Research Workers*, 2nd ed.*Journal of the American Statistical Association*,**23**, 346.Google Scholar - Cournot, A. 1928.
*Researches into the Mathematical Principles of the Theory of Wealth. American Mathematical Monthly*,**35**, 439–40.Google Scholar - Fisher, R. A. 1930.
*Statistical Methods for Research Workers*, 3rd ed.*Journal of the American Statistical Association*, 25, 381–2.Google Scholar - Evans, G. C. 1931.
*Mathematical Introduction to Economics. Journal of Political Economy*,**39**, 107–9.Google Scholar - Evans, G. C. 1931.
*Mathematical Introduction to Economics. American Mathematical Monthly*,**38**, 101–3.Google Scholar - Shewhart, W. A. 1932.
*Economic Control of Quality of Manufactured Product. Journal of the American Statistical Association*,**27**, 215–7.Google Scholar - Frisch, R. 1932.
*New Methods of Measuring Marginal Utility. Journal of the American Statistical Association*,**27**, 451–2.Google Scholar - Fisher, R. A. 1933.
*Statistical Methods for Research Workers*, 4th ed.*Journal of the American Statistical Association*,**28**, 374–5.Google Scholar - Secrist, H. 1933.
*The Triumph of Mediocrity in Business. Journal of the American Statistical Association*,**28**, 463–5.Google Scholar - Smith, J. G. 1935.
*Elementary Statistics, an Introduction to the Principles of Scientific Method. American Mathematical Monthly*,**42**, 169–71.Google Scholar - Snedecor, G. W. 1935.
*Calculation and Interpretation of Analysis of Variance and Covariance. Journal of the American Statistical Association*,**30**, 117–8.Google Scholar - Fisher, R. A. 1935.
*Statistical Methods for Research Workers*, 5th ed.*Journal of the American Statistical Association*,**30**, 118.Google Scholar - Roos, C. F. 1935.
*Dynamic Economics. Journal of the American Statistical Association*,**30**, 480–3.Google Scholar - Fisher, R. A. 1935.
*The Design of Experiments. Journal of the American Statistical Association*,**30**, 771–2.Google Scholar - Fisher, R. A. 1937.
*Statistical Methods for Research Workers*, 6th ed.*Journal of the American Statistical Association*,**32**, 218–9.Google Scholar - Fisher, R. A. 1937.
*The Design of Experiments*, 2nd ed.*Journal of the American Statistical Association*,**32**, 580–2.Google Scholar - Schultz, H. 1938.
*The Theory and Measurement of Demand. Journal of the American Statistical Association*,**33**, 744–7.Google Scholar - Fisher, R. A. and Yates, F. 1938.
*Statistical Tables for Biological, Agricultural and Medical Research. Science*,**88**, 596–7.Google Scholar - Allen, R. G. D. 1939.
*Mathematical Analysis for Economists. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science*,**205**, 154–5.Google Scholar - Fisher, R. A. 1939.
*Statistical Methods for Research Workers*, 7th ed.*Journal of the American Statistical Association*,**34**, 423–4.Google Scholar - Preinreich, G. A. D. 1941.
*The Present Status of Renewal Theory. Journal of Political Economy*,**49**, 136–7.Google Scholar - Horst, P. et al. 1942.
*The Prediction of Personal Adjustment. American Journal of Sociology*,**48**, 61–76.Google Scholar - 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 - Molina, E. C. 1943.
*Poisson’s Exponential Binomial Limit. Journal of Educational Psychology*,**34**, 124–5.Google Scholar - Nanavati, M. B. and Vakil, C. N (eds.) 1944.
*India Speaking*(from*Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science*).*Asia*,**47**, 382–4.Google Scholar - Kendall, M. G. 1945.
*The Advanced Theory of Statistics*, Vol. 1.*Bulletin of the American Mathematics Society*,**51**, 214–6.Google Scholar - Cramer, H. 1945.
*Mathematical Methods of Statistics. Journal of Political Economy*,**55**, 393–5.Google Scholar - Kendall, M. G. 1948.
*The Advanced Theory of Statistics*, Vol. II.*Bulletin of the American Mathematics Society*,**54**, 863–8.Google Scholar

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