Acta Universitatis Lodziensis. Folia Oeconomica nr 269/2012
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Introduction
Czesław Domański, Anna Witaszczyk

Kazimierz Władysław Kumaniecki – a Statistician the Founder of Polish Statistical Society
Czesław Domański

Professor Marek Fisz (1910–1963). On the Centenary of his Birth
Mirosław Krzyśko

Selected Scientific Works of Zbigniew Pawłowski on the Occasion of the 80th Anniversary of his Birthday
Janusz Leszek Wywiał

Professor Wiktor Oktaba 1920–2009
Bronisław Ceranka

Posthumous tribute to Professor Bogusław Guzik
Milda Maria Burzała

Statistical Tests Based on Empty Cells
Czesław Domański

Some Properties of the Robust Trend Tests
Grażyna Trzpiot

On Testing the Significance of the Coefficients in the Multiple Regression Analysis
Grzegorz Kończak

Using Permutation Tests in Multiple Correlation Investigation
Jacek Stelmach

Tests of Multivariate Independence Based on Copula
Joanna Tomanek

Notes on the Optimum Chemical Balance Weighing Design
Bronisław Ceranka, Małgorzata Graczyk

Some Construction of Regular AOptimal Spring Balance Weighing Designs for Even Number of Objects
Małgorzata Graczyk

On Generating Correlated PseudoRandom Binary Numbers
Wojciech Gamrot

Hierarchical Loglinear Models for Contingency Tables
Justyna Brzezińska

Imputation of Missing Data Using R Package
Małgorzata Misztal

Comparison of Stability of Classical Taxonomy Bagging Metod with Bagging Based on CoOccurence Data
Dorota Rozmus

On PseudoEBLUP Under Some Model for Longitudinal Data with Auxiliary Variables
Tomasz Żądło

Statistical Inference from Complex Sample with SAS on the Example of Household Budget Surveys
Dorota Bartosińska

Special Cases of Some General Formula for Price Indices
Jacek Białek

Applicability of the Multi Group Confirmatory Factor Analysis to Construction of Business Sentiment Indicators
Piotr Białowolski

Bayesian Exponential Survival Model in the Analysis of Unemployment Duration Determinants
Wioletta Grzenda

Evaluation of College Students with Application of Latent Class Analysis
Aneta Rybicka, Marcin Pełka
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