z-statistic. See t-statistic.

z-test. See t-test.

References on Statistics

General Surveys

David Freedman et al., Statistics (4th ed. 2007).

Darrell Huff, How to Lie with Statistics (1993).

Gregory A. Kimble, How to Use (and Misuse) Statistics (1978).

David S. Moore & William I. Notz, Statistics: Concepts and Controversies (2005).

Michael Oakes, Statistical Inference: A Commentary for the Social and Behavioral Sciences (1986).

Statistics: A Guide to the Unknown (Roxy Peck et al. eds., 4th ed. 2005). Hans Zeisel, Say It with Figures (6th ed. 1985).

Reference Works for Lawyers and Judges

David C. Baldus & James W.L. Cole, Statistical Proof of Discrimination (1980 & Supp. 1987) (continued as Ramona L. Paetzold & Steven L. Willborn, The Statistics of Discrimination: Using Statistical Evidence in Discrimination Cases (1994) (updated annually).

David W. Barnes & John M. Conley, Statistical Evidence in Litigation: Methodology, Procedure, and Practice (1986 & Supp. 1989).

James Brooks, A Lawyer’s Guide to Probability and Statistics (1990).

Michael O. Finkelstein & Bruce Levin, Statistics for Lawyers (2d ed. 2001).

Modern Scientific Evidence: The Law and Science of Expert Testimony (David L. Faigman et al. eds., Volumes 1 and 2, 2d ed. 2002) (updated annually).

David H. Kaye et al., The New Wigmore: A Treatise on Evidence: Expert Evidence § 12 (2d ed. 2011) (updated annually).

National Research Council, The Evolving Role of Statistical Assessments as Evidence in the Courts (Stephen E. Fienberg ed., 1989).

Statistical Methods in Discrimination Litigation (David H. Kaye & Mikel Aickin eds., 1986).

Hans Zeisel & David Kaye, Prove It with Figures: Empirical Methods in Law and Litigation (1997).

General Reference

Encyclopedia of Statistical Sciences (Samuel Kotz et al. eds., 2d ed. 2005).



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