- Book
- xviii, 276 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.

- Preface Interpreting Case Citations PART I: SAMPLES AND POPULATIONS Samples and Populations Audits Determining the Appropriate Population Representative Samples and Jury Selection Concepts Issues Composition of the Jury Pool Random Selection To Learn More Sample and Survey Methodology Concepts Sampling Methodology Increasing Sample Reliability Missing Data and Nonresponders Presenting Your Case Concepts The Center or Average Measures of Precision Changes in Rates PART II: PROBABILITY Probability Concepts Equally-Likely, Equally Probable, Equally Frequent Mutually-Exclusive Events Conditional Probabilities Independence Bayes Theorem To Learn More Criminal Law Facts not Probabilities Observation vs Guesstimates Probable Cause Sentencing To Learn More Civil Law The Civil Paradigm Holdings Speculative Gains and Losses To Learn More Environmental Hazards Concepts Is the Evidence Admissible? Is the Evidence Sufficient? Risk v. Probability Use of Models Observations v. Experiments Multiple Defendants PART III: HYPOTHESIS TESTING AND ESTIMATION How Large is Large? Discrimination 80% Rule No Sample Too Small Methods of Analysis Comparing Two Samples The Underlying Population Distribution Theory Contingency Tables To Learn More Correlation Correlation Bias Testing Linear Regression Sidebar: Limitations of Regression Multivariate Regression Lost Earnings Multiple Applications Collinearity and Partial Correlation Defenses Rebuttal Decisions Alternate Forms of Regression Analysis When Statistics Don't Count Counter-Attack PART IV: APPLYING STATISTICS IN THE COURTROOM Preventative Statistics Concepts Appropriate Controls Power of a Test Coincidence Recognizing Bad Statistics The Trial Process-For the Statistician Selecting the Case Pre-Filing Discovery Depositions Post-Deposition, Pre-Trial In the Courtroom Appeals Making Effective Use of Statistics and Statisticians-For the Attorney Selecting the Statistician Pre-Filing Preparation Discovery Presentation of Evidence Appeals TABLE OF AUTHORITIES BIBLIOGRAPHY INDEX.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781584882718 20160528

(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781584882718 20160528

- Preface Interpreting Case Citations PART I: SAMPLES AND POPULATIONS Samples and Populations Audits Determining the Appropriate Population Representative Samples and Jury Selection Concepts Issues Composition of the Jury Pool Random Selection To Learn More Sample and Survey Methodology Concepts Sampling Methodology Increasing Sample Reliability Missing Data and Nonresponders Presenting Your Case Concepts The Center or Average Measures of Precision Changes in Rates PART II: PROBABILITY Probability Concepts Equally-Likely, Equally Probable, Equally Frequent Mutually-Exclusive Events Conditional Probabilities Independence Bayes Theorem To Learn More Criminal Law Facts not Probabilities Observation vs Guesstimates Probable Cause Sentencing To Learn More Civil Law The Civil Paradigm Holdings Speculative Gains and Losses To Learn More Environmental Hazards Concepts Is the Evidence Admissible? Is the Evidence Sufficient? Risk v. Probability Use of Models Observations v. Experiments Multiple Defendants PART III: HYPOTHESIS TESTING AND ESTIMATION How Large is Large? Discrimination 80% Rule No Sample Too Small Methods of Analysis Comparing Two Samples The Underlying Population Distribution Theory Contingency Tables To Learn More Correlation Correlation Bias Testing Linear Regression Sidebar: Limitations of Regression Multivariate Regression Lost Earnings Multiple Applications Collinearity and Partial Correlation Defenses Rebuttal Decisions Alternate Forms of Regression Analysis When Statistics Don't Count Counter-Attack PART IV: APPLYING STATISTICS IN THE COURTROOM Preventative Statistics Concepts Appropriate Controls Power of a Test Coincidence Recognizing Bad Statistics The Trial Process-For the Statistician Selecting the Case Pre-Filing Discovery Depositions Post-Deposition, Pre-Trial In the Courtroom Appeals Making Effective Use of Statistics and Statisticians-For the Attorney Selecting the Statistician Pre-Filing Preparation Discovery Presentation of Evidence Appeals TABLE OF AUTHORITIES BIBLIOGRAPHY INDEX.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781584882718 20160528

(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781584882718 20160528

- Book
- xviii, 276 p. : ill.

- Preface Interpreting Case Citations PART I: SAMPLES AND POPULATIONS Samples and Populations Audits Determining the Appropriate Population Representative Samples and Jury Selection Concepts Issues Composition of the Jury Pool Random Selection To Learn More Sample and Survey Methodology Concepts Sampling Methodology Increasing Sample Reliability Missing Data and Nonresponders Presenting Your Case Concepts The Center or Average Measures of Precision Changes in Rates PART II: PROBABILITY Probability Concepts Equally-Likely, Equally Probable, Equally Frequent Mutually-Exclusive Events Conditional Probabilities Independence Bayes Theorem To Learn More Criminal Law Facts not Probabilities Observation vs Guesstimates Probable Cause Sentencing To Learn More Civil Law The Civil Paradigm Holdings Speculative Gains and Losses To Learn More Environmental Hazards Concepts Is the Evidence Admissible? Is the Evidence Sufficient? Risk v. Probability Use of Models Observations v. Experiments Multiple Defendants PART III: HYPOTHESIS TESTING AND ESTIMATION How Large is Large? Discrimination 80% Rule No Sample Too Small Methods of Analysis Comparing Two Samples The Underlying Population Distribution Theory Contingency Tables To Learn More Correlation Correlation Bias Testing Linear Regression Sidebar: Limitations of Regression Multivariate Regression Lost Earnings Multiple Applications Collinearity and Partial Correlation Defenses Rebuttal Decisions Alternate Forms of Regression Analysis When Statistics Don't Count Counter-Attack PART IV: APPLYING STATISTICS IN THE COURTROOM Preventative Statistics Concepts Appropriate Controls Power of a Test Coincidence Recognizing Bad Statistics The Trial Process-For the Statistician Selecting the Case Pre-Filing Discovery Depositions Post-Deposition, Pre-Trial In the Courtroom Appeals Making Effective Use of Statistics and Statisticians-For the Attorney Selecting the Statistician Pre-Filing Preparation Discovery Presentation of Evidence Appeals TABLE OF AUTHORITIES BIBLIOGRAPHY INDEX.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781584882718 20160528

(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781584882718 20160528

- (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781584882718 20160528

(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781584882718 20160528

- Book
- xvii, 357 p. ; 25 cm.

- Book
- 2 v. : ill. ; 24 cm.

- v. 1. Statistical concepts and issues of fairness.
- v. 2. Tort law, evidence, and health.

- v. 1. Statistical concepts and issues of fairness.
- v. 2. Tort law, evidence, and health.

- Book
- xxxv, 651 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

- Book
- viii, 211 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

Many legal disputes turn on some form of the question, Why did they do that? Using examples involving employment discrimination, political redistricting, jury selection and computer code theft, we demonstrate that a novel analytical framework connects these diverse cases. When this framework is applied to pay discrimination cases, it yields information that is more relevant to the issues in dispute than does the traditional framework.

(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781430306535 20160528

(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781430306535 20160528

Many legal disputes turn on some form of the question, Why did they do that? Using examples involving employment discrimination, political redistricting, jury selection and computer code theft, we demonstrate that a novel analytical framework connects these diverse cases. When this framework is applied to pay discrimination cases, it yields information that is more relevant to the issues in dispute than does the traditional framework.

(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781430306535 20160528

(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781430306535 20160528

### 7. Symposium : forensic statistics [2005 - 2006]

- Book
- 2 volumes ; 23 cm

- Volume 46, number 1. Symposium on forensic statistics : a foreword / D. H. Kaye
- The importance of checking the assumptions underlying statistical analysis : graphical methods for assessing normality / Yulia Gel, Weiwen Miao, Joseph L. Gastwirth
- Assessing spatial heterogeneity in the refractive index of float glass / Geva Maimon, Russell J. Steele, James M. Curran
- An introduction to data fusion, data mining, and pattern recognition applied to fiber analysis / Jennifer Wiseman Mercer, Suzanne C. Bell
- Analyzing the relevance and admissibility of bullet-lead evidence : did the NRC report miss the target / William C. Thompson
- The NRC bullet-lead report : should science committees make legal findings / D. H. Kaye
- To tell the truth : on the probative value of polygraph search evidence / Stephen E. Fienberg.

- Volume 46, number 2. "Implicit testing" : can casework validate forensic techniques? / Simon A. Cole
- Statistical assessment of damages in breach of contract litigation / Duane L. Steffey, Stephen E. Fienberg, Robert H. Sturgess
- Articles. Power-law distributions and the federal judiciary / Thomas Bak
- Assessing the implications for close relatives in the event of similar but nonmatching DNA profiles / David R. Paoletti, Travis E. Doom, Michael L. Raymer, Dan E. Krane
- Beyond the ken? : testing jurors' understanding of eyewitness reliability evidence / Richard S. Schmechel, Timothy P. O'Toole, Catharine Easterly, Elizabeth F. Loftus.

- Volume 46, number 1. Symposium on forensic statistics : a foreword / D. H. Kaye
- The importance of checking the assumptions underlying statistical analysis : graphical methods for assessing normality / Yulia Gel, Weiwen Miao, Joseph L. Gastwirth
- Assessing spatial heterogeneity in the refractive index of float glass / Geva Maimon, Russell J. Steele, James M. Curran
- An introduction to data fusion, data mining, and pattern recognition applied to fiber analysis / Jennifer Wiseman Mercer, Suzanne C. Bell
- Analyzing the relevance and admissibility of bullet-lead evidence : did the NRC report miss the target / William C. Thompson
- The NRC bullet-lead report : should science committees make legal findings / D. H. Kaye
- To tell the truth : on the probative value of polygraph search evidence / Stephen E. Fienberg.

- Volume 46, number 2. "Implicit testing" : can casework validate forensic techniques? / Simon A. Cole
- Statistical assessment of damages in breach of contract litigation / Duane L. Steffey, Stephen E. Fienberg, Robert H. Sturgess
- Articles. Power-law distributions and the federal judiciary / Thomas Bak
- Assessing the implications for close relatives in the event of similar but nonmatching DNA profiles / David R. Paoletti, Travis E. Doom, Michael L. Raymer, Dan E. Krane
- Beyond the ken? : testing jurors' understanding of eyewitness reliability evidence / Richard S. Schmechel, Timothy P. O'Toole, Catharine Easterly, Elizabeth F. Loftus.

- Book
- xv, 436 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.

- Introducing numbers to the legal profession
- Math basics
- Logic and set theory
- Probability theory
- Statistics
- Graphs and diagrams
- Classical physics
- Modern physics
- Accounting and finance.

- Introducing numbers to the legal profession
- Math basics
- Logic and set theory
- Probability theory
- Statistics
- Graphs and diagrams
- Classical physics
- Modern physics
- Accounting and finance.

### 9. Courtroom use and misuse of mathematics, physics and finance : cases, lessons and materials [2013]

- Book
- xv, 534 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm

- Introducing numbers to the legal profession
- Math basics
- Logic and set theory
- Probability theory
- Statistics
- Graphs and diagrams
- Classical physics
- Modern physics
- Accounting and finance.

- Introducing numbers to the legal profession
- Math basics
- Logic and set theory
- Probability theory
- Statistics
- Graphs and diagrams
- Classical physics
- Modern physics
- Accounting and finance.

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