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Analysis of Messy Data Volume I: Designed Experiments by George A. Milliken1
Analysis of Messy Data, Volume II: Nonreplicated Experiments by George A. Milliken2
Analysis of Messy Data, Volume III: Analysis of Covariance by George A. Milliken3

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  3. Variance Components by Shayle Robert Searle (1992)
  4. Cluster Analysis by Mark S. Aldenderfer (1984)
  5. Analysis of Binary Data by D. R. Cox (1970)
  6. Statistics for Experimenters: An Introduction to Design, Data Analysis, and Model Building by George E. P. Box (1978)
  7. Doing Data Analysis with SPSS: Version 12 by Robert H. Carver (2004)
  8. Methods for Statistical Data Analysis of Multivariate Observations (Wiley series in probability & mathematical statistics) by Ram Gnanadesikan (1977)
  9. Real Data: A Statistics Workbook Based on Empirical Data by Zealure C. Holcomb (1996)
  10. The Statistical Sleuth: A Course in Methods of Data Analysis by Fred Ramsey (1997)
  11. Statistics: A Tool for Social Research by Joseph F. Healey (1984)
  12. Understanding Robust and Exploratory Data Analysis by David C. Hoaglin (1983)
  13. Principal Component Analysis by I.T. Jolliffe (1986)
  14. Analysis of Cross-Classified Categorical Data by Stephen E. Fienberg (1977)
  15. Statistical Power Analysis for the Behavioral Sciences (2nd Edition) by Jacob Cohen (1977)

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