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British statistician, evolutionary biologist and geneticist

According to Wikipedia, Sir Ronald Aylmer Fisher was a British polymath and biologist who was active as a mathematician, statistician, geneticist, and academic. For his work in statistics, he has been described as "a genius who almost single-handedly created the foundations for modern statistical science" and "the single most important figure in 20th century statistics". In genetics, his work used mathematics to combine Mendelian genetics and natural selection; this contributed to the revival of Darwinism in the early 20th-century revision of the theory of evolution known as the modern synthesis. For his contributions to biology, Fisher has been called "the greatest of Darwin’s successors".

- THE USE OF MULTIPLE MEASUREMENTS IN TAXONOMIC PROBLEMS (13071)
- The Genetical Theory of Natural Selection (8583)
- Dispersion on a sphere (5242)
- THE WAVE OF ADVANCE OF ADVANTAGEOUS GENES (3768)
- XV.—The Correlation between Relatives on the Supposition of Mendelian Inheritance. (3321)
- On the Mathematical Foundations of Theoretical Statistics (3159)
- The Relation Between the Number of Species and the Number of Individuals in a Random Sample of an Animal Population (2929)
- Limiting forms of the frequency distribution of the largest or smallest member of a sample (2861)
- Statistical tables for biological, agricultural aad medical research. (2513)
- The Advanced Theory of Statistics (2184)
- Theory of Statistical Estimation (2148)
- The Design of Experiments (2070)
- FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION OF THE VALUES OF THE CORRELATION COEFFIENTS IN SAMPLES FROM AN INDEFINITELY LARGE POPU;ATION (1903)
- 014: On the "Probable Error" of a Coefficient of Correlation Deduced from a Small Sample. (1880)
- Design of Experiments (1851)
- Statistical Methods for Research Workers (1447)
- 019: On the Interpretation of x2 from Contingency Tables, and the Calculation of P. (1419)
- Statistical Methods for Research Workers. (1298)
- The Logic of Inductive Inference (1026)
- FITTING THE NEGATIVE BINOMIAL DISTRIBUTION TO BIOLOGICAL DATA AND NOTE ON THE EFFICIENT FITTING OF THE NEGATIVE BINOMIAL (1025)
- Statistical Methods for Research Workers (909)
- AVERAGE EXCESS AND AVERAGE EFFECT OF A GENE SUBSTITUTION (887)
- THE STATISTICAL UTILIZATION OF MULTIPLE MEASUREMENTS (857)
- The Genetical Theory of Natural Selection. (608)
- 148: Moments and Cumulants in the Specification of Distributions. (554)
- On the capillary forces in an ideal soil; correction of formulae given by W. B. Haines (492)
- Statistical Methods for Research Workers. (476)
- Statistical Methods for Research Workers. (469)
- THE EFFECT OF METHODS OF ASCERTAINMENT UPON THE ESTIMATION OF FREQUENCIES (454)
- STATISTICAL METHODS AND SCIENTIFIC INDUCTION (424)
- THE FIDUCIAL ARGUMENT IN STATISTICAL INFERENCE (420)
- Two New Properties of Mathematical Likelihood (411)
- 001: On an Absolute Criterion for Fitting Frequency Curves. (391)
- Statistical methods and scientific inference. (385)
- Studies in crop variation. II. The manurial response of different potato varieties (380)
- The evolution of sexual preference. (373)
- The spread of a gene in natural conditions in a colony of the moth Panaxia dominula L. (364)
- XXI.—On the Dominance Ratio (355)
- Tests of significance in harmonic analysis (353)
- THE PRECISION OF DISCRIMINANT FUNCTIONS (345)
- The Possible Modification of the Response of the Wild Type to Recurrent Mutations (319)
- The Genetical Theory of Natural Selection (315)
- Has Mendel's work been rediscovered? (297)
- Standard calculations for evaluating a blood-group system (290)
- The Design and Analysis of Factorial Experiments (275)
- THE NEGATIVE BINOMIAL DISTRIBUTION (255)
- Moments and Product Moments of Sampling Distributions (253)
- The Influence of Rainfall on the Yield of Wheat at Rothamsted (250)
- The theory of inbreeding (249)
- The general sampling distribution of the multiple correlation coefficient (247)
- SOME REMARKS ON THE METHODS FORMULATED IN A RECENT ARTICLE ON “THE QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF PLANT GROWTH.” (243)
- Statistical Tables for Biological, Agricultural and Medical Research. (235)
- A mathematical Examination of the Methods of determining the Accuracy of Observation by the Mean Error, and by the Mean Square Error (203)
- 020: The Goodness of Fit of Regression Formulae and the Distribution of Regression Coefficients. (202)
- An examination of the different possible solutions of a problem in incomplete blocks. (194)
- 036: On a Distribution Yielding the Error Functions of Several Well Known Statistics. (193)
- The accuracy of the plating method of estimating the density of bacterial populations: with particular reference to the use of Thornton's agar medium with soil samples (188)
- THE EVOLUTION OF DOMINANCE (186)
- The Genetical Interpretation of Statistics of the Third Degree in the Study of Quantitative Inheritance. (186)
- Studies in crop variation. I. An examination of the yield of dressed grain from Broadbalk (166)
- XVII—The distribution of gene ratios for rare mutations (156)
- Gene frequencies in a cline determined by selection and diffusion. (156)
- THE INHERITANCE OF STYLE LENGTH IN LYTHRUM SALICARIA (154)
- THE SAMPLING DISTRIBUTION OF SOME STATISTICS OBTAINED FROM NON‐LINEAR EQUATIONS (145)
- The Moments of the Distribution for Normal Samples of Measures of Departure from Normality (143)
- Contributions to mathematical statistics (140)
- Statistical Methods for Research Workers. (135)
- The significance of deviations from expectation in a Poisson Series. (133)
- A fuller theory of “Junctions” in inbreeding (124)
- 141: "The Coefficient of Racial Likeness" and the Future of Craniometry (117)
- The Design of Experiments. (115)
- THE THEORY OF CONFOUNDING IN FACTORIAL EXPERIMENTS IN RELATION TO THE THEORY OF GROUPS (115)
- THE COMPARISON OF SAMPLES WITH POSSIBLY UNEQUAL VARIANCES (113)
- The Sheltering of Lethals (107)
- 034: The Conditions Under Which x2 Measures the Discrepancy Between Observation and Hypothesis. (106)
- 035: The Distribution of the Partial Correlation Coefficient. (105)
- THE DETECTION OF LINKAGE WITH “DOMINANT” ABNORMALITIES (99)
- The theory of linkage in polysomic inheritance (96)
- The Evolution of Dominance in Certain Polymorphic Species (96)
- Rh Gene Frequencies in Britain (91)
- THE ASYMPTOTIC APPROACH TO BEHRENS'S INTEGRAL, WITH FURTHER TABLES FOR THE d TEST OF SIGNIFICANCE (84)
- The concepts of inverse probability and fiducial probability referring to unknown parameters (83)
- A System of Scoring Linkage Data, with Special Reference to the Pied Factors in Mice (83)
- Mathematics of Inheritance (80)
- THE THEORETICAL CONSEQUENCES OF POLYPLOID INHERITANCE FOR THE MID STYLE FORM OF LYTHRUM SALICARIA (79)
- Statistical Methods for Research Workers. (75)
- The “Sewall Wright Effect” (75)
- The 6×6 latin squares (75)
- Two Further Notes on the Origin of Dominance (73)
- The quantitative study of populations in the Lepidoptera (70)
- A SYSTEM OF CONFOUNDING FOR FACTORS WITH MORE THAN TWO ALTERNATIVES, GIVING COMPLETELY ORTHOGONAL CUBES AND HIGHER POWERS (64)
- 085: The Arrangement of Field Experiments and the Statistical Reduction of the Results. (62)
- Statistical methods for research workers. Biological monographs and manuals. No. V. (61)
- Inverse probability and the use of Likelihood (60)
- SELECTIVE FORCES IN WILD POPULATIONS OF PARATETTIX TEXANUS (59)
- The sex chromosome in the house mouse (58)
- A preliminary linkage test with Agouti and Undulated mice (58)
- 043: Applications of "Student's" Distribution. (53)
- Probability likelihood and quantity of information in the logic of uncertain inference (52)
- The Systematic Location of Genes by Means of Crossover Observations (52)
- Mutation and the Rhesus Reaction (51)
- THE QUANTITATIVE STUDY OF POPULATIONS IN THE LEPIDOPTERA I. POLYOMMATUS ICARUS ROTT (50)
- The fitting of gene frequencies to data on rhesus reactions. (49)
- Further note on the capillary forces in an ideal soil (48)
- Contributions to Mathematical Statistics (47)
- 256: The Analysis of Variance with Various Binomial Transformations. (45)
- Mathematical probability in the natural sciences (45)
- The Evolution of Dominance; Reply to Professor Sewall Wright (45)
- THE DETECTION OF LINKAGE WITH RECESSIVE ABNORMALITIES (44)
- 123: The Mathematical Distributions Used in the Common Tests of Significance. (44)
- ALLOWANCE FOR DOUBLE REDUCTION IN THE CALCULATION OF GENOTYPE FREQUENCIES WITH POLYSOMIC INHERITANCE (43)
- Employment of Married Women (42)
- A model for the generation of self-sterility alleles. (41)
- Dominance in Poultry (40)
- The Resemblance between Twins, a Statistical Examination of Lauterbach's Measurements. (39)
- Tables for Statisticians and Biometricians (39)
- Scandinavian Influence in Scottish Ethnology (39)
- The analysis of covariance method for the relation between a part and the whole. (39)
- The Derivation of the Pattern Formulae of Two‐Way Partitions from those of Simpler Patterns (39)
- A LINKAGE TEST WITH MICE (38)
- 079: The Statistical Method in Psychical Research. (38)
- Smoking: The Cancer Controversy. Some Attempts to Assess the Evidence. (37)
- A preliminary note on the effect of sodium silicate in increasing the yield of barley (37)
- On a Test of Significance in Pearson's Biometrika Tables (No. 11) (36)
- ON THE SIMILARITY OF THE DISTRIBUTIONS FOUND FOR THE TEST OF SIGNIFICANCE IN HARMONIC ANALYSIS, AND IN STEVENS'S PROBLEM IN GEOMETRICAL PROBABILITY (35)
- The conditions under which X squared measures the discrepancy between observation and hypothesis (35)
- TESTS OF SIGNIFICANCE APPLIED TO HALDANE'S DATA ON PARTIAL SEX LINKAGE (33)
- INHERITANCE IN MAN: BOAS'S DATA STUDIED BY THE METHOD OF ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE (31)
- Curve Fitting (31)
- The estimation of linkage with differential viability (29)
- PROFESSOR KARL PEARSON AND THE METHOD OF MOMENTS (29)
- A New Test for 2 × 2 Tables (29)
- 250: Note on the Efficient Fitting of the Negative Binomial. (28)
- A TEST OF THE SUPPOSED PRECISION OF SYSTEMATIC ARRANGEMENTS (28)
- Crossing-over in the Land Snail Cepæa nemoralis, L. (27)
- Studies in crop variation: IV. The experimental determination of the value of top dressings with cereals (27)
- Professor Wright on the Theory of Dominance (26)
- Surnames and Blood-Groups (26)
- The elimination of mental defect. (26)
- Studies in crop variation: VI. Experiments on the response of the potato to potash and nitrogen (25)
- 111: Randomisation, and an Old Enigma of Card Play (25)
- The rhesus factor; a study in scientific method. (25)
- 224A: Answer to Question 14 on Combining independent tests of significance. (25)
- Darwinian evolution of mutations. (25)
- Statistical Methods for Research Workers (Seventh Edition). (25)
- Croonian Lecture - Population genetics (25)
- Dangers of Cigarette-smoking (24)
- THE ESTIMATION OF THE PROPORTION OF RECESSIVES FROM TESTS CARRIED OUT ON A SAMPLE NOT WHOLLY UNRELATED (24)
- 031: Statistical Tests of Agreement Between Observation and Hypothesis. (24)
- Indeterminism and Natural Selection (23)
- The relation between variability and abundance shown by the measurements of the eggs of British nesting birds (23)
- The actuarial treatment of official birth records. (23)
- Some hopes of a eugenist. (23)
- STAGE OF DEVELOPMENT AS A FACTOR INFLUENCING THE VARIANCE IN THE NUMBER OF OFFSPRING, FREQUENCY OF MUTANTS AND RELATED QUANTITIES (22)
- The biometrical study of heredity. (22)
- A Discussion on the Present State of the Theory of Natural Selection (21)
- New Tables of Behrens' Test of Significance (21)
- Dominance in Poultry Feathered Feet, Rose Comb, Internal Pigment and Pile (21)
- The variation in strength of the human blood group P (20)
- 249: Dispersion on a Sphere. (20)
- Triplet Children in Great Britain and Ireland (19)
- Note on the calculation of the frequencies of rhesus allelomorphs. (19)
- Variability of Species (19)
- Verification in Mice of the Possibility of more than Fifty per cent Recombination (19)
- THE AMOUNT OF INFORMATION SUPPLIED BY RECORDS OF FAMILIES AS A FUNCTION OF THE LINKAGE IN THE POPULATION SAMPLED (19)
- 097: The Evolutionary Modification of Genetic Phenomena. (19)
- A quantitative theory of genetic recombination and chiasma formation. (19)
- THE COMPARISON OF VARIABILITY IN POPULATIONS HAVING UNEQUAL MEANS. AN EXAMPLE OF THE ANALYSIS OF COVARIANCE WITH MULTIPLE DEPENDENT AND INDEPENDENT VARIATES (18)
- Cuénot on preadaptation: A criticism. (18)
- CREST AND HERNIA IN FOWLS DUE TO A SINGLE GENE WITHOUT DOMINANCE. (18)
- Sex Differences of Crossing-Over in Close Linkage (17)
- Note on Dr. Burnside's recent paper on errors of observation (17)
- A Note on Fiducial Inference (17)
- 205: A New Test for 2 x 2 Tables. (17)
- ON A POINT RAISED BY M. S. BARTLETT ON FIDUCIAL PROBABILITY (17)
- Note on Dr. Berkson's Criticism of Tests of Significance (17)
- Genetics, Mathematics, and Natural Selection. (17)
- 044: Expansion of "Student's" integral in Powers of n-1. (16)
- Collected papers of R. A. Fisher (16)
- On a property connecting the x2 measure of discrepancy with the method of maximum likelihood (16)
- The probability distribution of gene-differences in relation to selection, mutation, and random extinction (16)
- 098: The Bearing of Genetics on Theories of Evolution (15)
- Experiments in Plant Hybridisation. (15)
- The linkage of polydactyly with leaden in the house-mouse (15)
- Note on a tri-colour (Mosaic) mouse (15)
- 193: A Theoretical Distribution for the Apparent Abundance of Different Species. (15)
- Contributions to Mathematical Statistics. (14)
- 203: The Logical Inversion of the Notion of the Random Variable. (14)
- 110: The 6 x 6 Latin Squares. (14)
- An algebraically exact examination of junction formation and transmission in parent-offspring inbreeding (14)
- Pasteurised and Raw Milk. (14)
- Statistics and Biological Research (13)
- A Sex Difference in Blood-Group Frequencies (13)
- 212: Development of the Theory of Experimental Design. (13)
- 274: Cigarettes, cancer, and statistics. (13)
- Polydactyly in Mice (13)
- 075: Tests of Significance in Harmonic Analysis. (13)
- Blood Groups in Great Britain (12)
- Spontaneous Occurrence in Lythrum salicaria of Plants Duplex for the Short-style Gene (12)
- Statistical theory of estimation (12)
- HETEROGENEITY OF LINKAGE DATA FOR FRIEDREICH'S ATAXIA AND THE SPONTANEOUS ANTIGENS (12)
- THE INTERPRETATION OF EXPERIMENTAL FOUR-FOLD TABLES (12)
- The Sieve of Eratosthenes (11)
- 039: The Theory of the Mechanical Analysis of Sediments by Means of the Automatic Balance. (11)
- Balance of births and deaths. (11)
- THE PLACE OF THE DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS IN THE LOGIC OF SCIENTIFIC INFERENCE (11)
- On Some Extensions of Bayesian Inference Proposed by Mr Lindley (11)
- 092A: Principles of Plot Experimentation in relation to the Statistical Interpretation of the Results. (10)
- Genetics of Style-Length in Oxalis (10)
- Number of Self-Sterility Alleles (10)
- The disinherited family (10)
- A class of enumerations of importance in genetics (10)
- A Combinatorial Formulation of Multiple Linkage Tests (10)
- 288: The Simultaneous Distribution of Correlation Coefficients. (10)
- 282: Scientific Thought and the Refinement of Human Reasoning. (9)
- The Progress of Eugenics (9)
- THE PRECISION OF THE PRODUCT FORMULA FOR THE ESTIMATION OF LINKAGE (9)
- 103: The Contributions of Rothamsted to the Development of the Science of Statistics. (9)
- Xv.-the Correlation between Relatives on the Supposition of Mendelian Inherit- (with Four Figures in Text.) (8)
- On the Evidence Against the Chemical Induction of Melanism in Lepidoptera (8)
- THE USE OF SIMULTANEOUS ESTIMATION IN THE EVALUATION OF LINKAGE (8)
- The Determination of the Forms of Inorganic Phosphorus in Soils 1 (8)
- The Principles and Practice of Yield Trials (8)
- NEW CYCLIC SOLUTIONS TO PROBLEMS IN INCOMPLETE BLOCKS (8)
- A twelfth linkage group of the house mouse (8)
- Population and Depopulation (7)
- 279: Natural Selection from the Genetical Standpoint. (7)
- The Effects of Rainfall and Temperature on Percolation Through Drain Gauges (7)
- Polyploid Inheritance in Lythrum salicaria (7)
- Danger spots in world population. (7)
- 091: The Sampling Error of Estimated Deviates, Together with Other Illustrations of the Properties and Applications of the Integrals and Derivatives of the Normal Error Function. (7)
- Fisher's “Problem of the Nile” (6)
- The Design of Experiments, Fourth Edition. (6)
- Some Examples of Bayes' Method of the Experimental Determination of Probabilities a Priori (6)
- Family allowances. In the contemporary economic situation. (6)
- Eugenics, academic and practical. (6)
- Discussion of the Analysis of Variance with Various Binomial Transformations (6)
- Number of Mendelian Factors in Quantitative Inheritance (6)
- THE LIKELIHOOD SOLUTION OF A PROBLEM IN COMPOUNDED PROBABILITIES (6)
- 049: Bayes' Theorem and the Fourfold Table. (6)
- Individual Fitness and the Measurement of Univariate Selection (6)
- Note on the numerical evaluation of a Bessel function derivative (6)
- Some Modern Statistical Methods: their Application to the Solution of Herring Race Problems (6)
- 067: The Effect of Psychological Card Preferences. (6)
- Creative aspects of natural law (6)
- 231: Note on the Test of Significance for Differential Viability in Frequency Data from a Complete Three-Point Test. (6)
- Baye's theorem. (5)
- Mechanism, Life, and Personality: An Examination of the Mechanistic Theory of Life and Mind (5)
- The Mathematics of Experimentation (5)
- ON THE EXISTENCE OF DAILY CHANGES IN THE BACTERIAL NUMBERS IN AMERICAN SOIL (5)
- Eugenics: can it solve the problem of decay of civilizations? (5)
- Positive eugenics. (5)
- 024: On the Dominance Ratio. (4)
- On the Distribution of the Error of an Interpolated Value, and on the Construction of Tables (4)
- The Therapeutic Use of Vitamin C (4)
- On a new theory of progressive evolution (4)
- SOME COMBINATORIAL THEOREMS AND ENUMERATIONS CONNECTED WITH THE NUMBERS OF DIAGONAL TYPES OF A LATIN SQUARE (4)
- Individual Variations in Ability to Acclimatize to High Altitude: Supplement: On the Statistical Treatment of the Relation between Sea-level Characteristics and High-Altitude Acclimatization (4)
- Statistical Methods and Scientific Inference.@@@Nonparametric Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences.@@@Nonparametric Methods in Statistics. (4)
- 285: The Weighted Mean of Two Normal Samples with Unknown Variance Ratio. (4)
- THE GALTON LABORATORY. (4)
- Enumeration and classification in polysomic inheritance (3)
- 018: On the Mathematical Foundations of Theoretical Statistics. (3)
- Mortality amongst Plants and its Bearing on Natural Selection. (3)
- Testing the Difference between Two Means of Observations of Unequal Precision (3)
- Thomas Hunt Morgan, 1866-1945 (3)
- 026: Darwinian Evolution by Mutations. (3)
- An Appreciation of the Life and Work of Sir Ronald Aylmer Fisher :F.R.S., F.S.S. Sc.D. (3)
- The "Sewell Wright Effect". (3)
- Anti-Hr Serum of Levine (3)
- 126: The Case of Zero Survivors in Probit Assays. (3)
- Woman: a vindication (3)
- The balance of births and deaths. Vol. II. Eastern and southern Europe (2)
- The Half-Drill Strip System Agricultural Experiments (2)
- COMPLETELY ORTHOGONAL 9times9 SQUARES. A CORRECTION (2)
- Dynamics of Population: Social and Biological Significance of Changing Birth Rates in the United States (2)
- Statistical Methods for Research Workers (2)
- Maximum- and Minimum-Correlation Tables in Comparative Climatology (2)
- A New Series of Allelomorphs in Mice. (2)
- 032a: Review of A Treatise on Probability by J.M. Keynes. (2)
- 128: Contribution to a Discussion of J. Neyman's Paper on Statistical Problems in Agricultural Experimentation (incomplete extract). (2)
- 272: The Nature of Probability. (1)
- Biological monographs and manuals, No. 5: statistical methods for research workers. Eighth Edition. Revised and Enlarged (1)
- New data on the genesis of twins. (1)
- 129: Contribution to a discussion of F. Yates' Paper on Complex Experiments (1)
- Income-tax rebates: The birth-rate and our future policy. (1)
- BLOOD GROUPS IN ANTHROPOLOGY (1)
- 248: Statistical Methods in Genetics (1)
- 122: Adaptation and Mutations : A Lecture to the Science Masters' Association (1)
- 257: Contribution to a Discussion of a Paper on Interval Estimation by M.A. Creasy. (1)
- Inheritance of Acquired Characters (1)
- 099: The social selection of human fertility (1)
- 173: On the Similarity of the Distributions Found For the Test of Significance in Harmonic Analysis... (1)
- The Polygene Concept (1)
- The Life of Darwin (1)
- The evolution of the conscience in civilised communities: In special relation to sexual vices. (1)
- Double Reduction at the Rosy, or Pink, Locus in Lythrum salicaria (1)
- ELIMINATING RECESSIVE DEFECTS (1)
- The Fundamental Principles of Mathematical Statistics Sampling Methods in Forestry and Range Management (1)
- 284: Sampling the Reference Set. (1)
- 229: What Sort of Man is Lysenko? (1)
- 116: Some Results of an Experiment on Dominance in Poultry, with Special Reference to Polydactyly. (1)
- The detection of a sex difference in recombination values using double heterozygotes (1)
- 144: Has Mendel's Work been Rediscovered? (1)
- 241: Creative Aspects of Natural Law. (1)
- Biometry and Evolution. (0)
- 268: Comment on the Notes by Neyman, Bartlett, and Welch (0)
- 261A: Answer to Query 114 on the effect of errors of grouping in an analysis of variance. (0)
- Statistical analysis of initial and final weights. (0)
- 023: Statistical Appendix to a Paper by J. Davidson on Biological Studies of Aphis rumicis. (0)
- The causes of human variability. (0)
- 242A: Answer to Query 91 on interaction of quantity and quality in agricultural field trials. (0)
- Family allowances: In the contemporary economic situation. (0)
- Modern eugenics. (0)
- The physiology of twiinnng (0)
- The Theory of Inbreeding. (0)
- 252: Population Genetics. The Croonian Lecture, 1953. (0)
- Galton's hereditary genius: Reprint of the second edition. (0)
- 112: Appendix to a Paper by H.G. Thornton and P.H.H. Gray on the Numbers of Bacterial Cells in Field Soils. (0)
- INFORMAL DISCUSSION. RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN PILING THEORY. (0)
- 172: The Galton Laboratory (0)
- 278: The Discontinuous Inheritance. (0)
- Correlation Coefficients in Meteorology (0)
- 003: Some Hopes of a Eugenist. (0)
- 239: The "Sewall Wright Effect". (0)
- The shadow on the universe, or the physical results of the war. (0)
- 180: The Galton Laboratory. (0)
- Paradoxical Rainfall Data (0)
- Differential birth rate analyzed: New light on causes from American figures. (0)
- 050: On the Random Sequence. (0)
- 084: Inverse Probability. (0)
- Contents, Vol. 6, 1956-57 (0)
- Statistical Analysis in Biology. (0)
- 135: Dominance in Poultry. (0)
- Anomalies and diseases of the eye. Eugenics laboratory memoirs, XXI (0)
- Smoking: The Cancer Controversy (0)
- STATISTICAL CONSIDERATIONS INVOLVED IN TABLES I AND II OF THE ABOVE PAPER. (0)
- Sex in man and animals (0)
- Marking Wild Populations@@@Territorial Behavior and Populations of Some Small Mammals in Southern Michigan@@@The Quantitative Study of Populations in the Lepidoptera. I. Polyommatus Icarus Rott (0)
- 293: Self-Sterility Alleles: a Reply to Professor D. Lewis. (0)
- VI—Dominance in Poultry (0)
- Biomathematics. By W. M. Feldman, M.D., B.S., M.R.C.P. (Lond.), F.R.A.S., F.R.S. (Ed.). Second edition. Charles Griffin and Co. Ltd., 1935. Pp. viii + 480 (0)
- 021: The Correlation of Weekly Rainfall. (0)
- STATISTICAL INTERPRETATION OF TABLES I AND II OF THE ABOVE PAPER (0)
- The Differential Birth Rate. New Light on Causes from American Figures. (0)
- Rothamsted Conference RC No 13 : The Technique of Field Experiments : Rothamsted conferences on present day problems on crop production : being the report of a conference held at Rothamsted on XX 1932 (0)
- Mathematics for Collegiate Students of Agriculture and General Science (0)
- Abstracts of Papers read at the Hundred and fifth meeting of the Society, held on Tuesday, 20th March 1951, at the Galton laboratory, University College, Gower Street, London, W.C.1 (0)
- Population genetics. (0)
- The colorimetric determination of the forms of inorganic phosphorus in soils (0)
- 251: The Expansion of Statistics. (0)
- 121: Indeterminism and Natural Selection. (0)
- 204: Recent Progress in Experimental Design. (0)
- 157: On the Statistical Treament of the Relation Between Sea-Level Characteristics and High-Altitude Acclimatization. (0)
- 258: Retrospect of the Criticisms of the Theory of Natural Selection. (0)
- 042: Theory of Statistical Estimation. (0)
- 247: Sequential Experimentation. (0)
- Frank, S. A. and Slatkin, M. 1992. Fisher's Fundamental Theorem of Natural Selection. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 7:92–95. the Published Article May Differ Slightly from This Version. Please Check the Published Version for Quotation and Citation (0)
- 277: Polymorphism and Natural Selection. (0)
- 137: Uncertain Inference. (0)
- 076: The Sieve of Eratosthenes. (0)
- 267: The Underworld of Probability. (0)
- 124: The Logic of Inductive Inference. (0)
- Collected Papers of Mathematical Statistics (0)
- Studies in evolution and eugenics (0)
- 124: Discussion on Professor Fisher's Paper (ie. Logic of Inductive Inference) (0)
- Volume I--Circular and Hyperbolic Functions; Exponential Sine and Cosine Integrals; Factorial (Gamma) and Derived Functions; Integrals of Probability Integral.@@@Volume II--Emden Functions, Being Solutions of Emden's Equation Together with Certain Associated Functions. (0)
- Untitled paper read at Cambridge ca.1920 (0)
- A Note on Statistical Books@@@Statistical Methods for Research Workers. (0)
- STATISTICAL NOTE ON THE DATA RELATING TO NITROGEN CONTENT AND VALUATION (0)
- 182: The Negative Binomial Distribution. (0)
- 045: Note on the Numerical Evaluation of a Bessel Function Derivative (with P.R. Ansell). (0)
- 093: The Evolution of Dominance. (0)

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