ISSN 0964-1998 (Print); ISSN 1467-985X (Online)
on behalf of
the Royal Statistical Society
Commissioned analysis of surgical performance using routine data: lessons from the Bristol inquiry
Spiegelhalter, David J.; Aylin, Paul; Best, Nicola G.; Evans, Stephen J. W.; Murray, Gordon D.
Discussion on the paper by Spiegelhalter, Aylin, Best, Evans and Murray
Curnow, R. N.
Causal variables, indicator variables and measurement scales: an example from quality of life
Fayers, Peter M.; Hand, David J.
Discussion on the paper by Fayers and Hand
Bartholomew, D. J.
Deprivation, ill-health and the ecological fallacy
Lancaster, Gillian; Green, Mick
Modelling the data measurement process for the index of production
Patterson, K. D.
Random-digit dialling in the UK: viability revisited
Nicolaas, Gerry; Lynn, Peter
Predicting successful and unsuccessful transitions from school to work by using sequence methods
McVicar, Duncan; Anyadike-Danes, Michael
Investigating the economic and demographic determinants of sporting participation in England
Farrell, Lisa; Shields, Michael A.
The comparison of designs for sequential clinical trials with covariate information
Atkinson, Anthony C.
Effects of neighbourhood demographic shifts on findings of environmental injustice: a New York City case-study
Talih, Makram; Fricker, Ronald D.
Corrigendum: Building multivariable prognostic and diagnostic models: transformation of the predictors by using fractional polynomials
Sauerbrei, W.; Royston, P.