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Bob Hayden

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Re: Transformations y
Posted: Oct 23, 1996 11:32 AM
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----- Forwarded message from Paul Velleman -----


What is important to teach students is that they should consider selecting
a transformation from among the (ordered) set:
-1/x, -1/sqrt(x), log, sqrt(x), x (no transformation), x**2

-- Paul Velleman

----- End of forwarded message from Paul Velleman -----

This is exactly what was covered in Chapter 9 of the first editon of
Andy Siegel's _Statistics and Data Analysis: An Introduction_. I know
of no other treatment at the beginner level.


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