Publications of Sir David Cox

  1. Cox, D.R. and Townsend, M.W. (1947). The analysis of yarn irregularity. Proc.Internat. Wool Textile Org., 1, 20–28.
  2. Cox, D.R. (1948). A note on the asymptotic distribution of the range. Biometrika, 35, 310–315.
  3. Cox,  D.R. (1948).   Fibre movement in drafting (with discussion). TextileInst., 39, 230–240.
  4. Cox, D.R. and Townsend, M.W. (1948). The use of the correlogram in measuring yarn irregularity. Proc.Internat. Wool Textile Org., 2, 28–34.
  5. Cox, D.R. and Brearley, A. (1948). AnOutline of Statistical Methods for Use in the Textile Industry, Leeds: Wool Industries Research Association. (Six editions from 1948 to 1960).
  6. Cox, D.R. (1949). Theory of drafting of wool slivers. I. Proc.Roy.Soc.A, 197, 28–51.
  7. Cox, D.R. (1949). Use of the range in sequential analysis. J. R. Statist. Soc. B , 11, 101–114.
  8. Anderson, S.L. and Cox, D.R. (1950). The relation between strength and diameter of wool fibres.  J. Textile Inst., 41, 481–491.
  9. Cox, D.R. and Ingham, J. (1950). Some causes of irregularity in worsted drawing and spinning (with discussion). J. Textile Inst., 41, 376–420.
  10. Cox, D.R. and Raper, G.F. (1950).  Improved doubling methods in worsted drawing. W.I.R.A. Bulletin, 13, 57–61.
  11. Benson, F. and Cox, D.R. (1951). The productivity of machines requiring attention at random intervals. J. R. Statist. Soc. B, 13, 65–82.
  12. Brearley, A. and Cox, D.R. (1951). Designing an industrial experiment. TextileRecorder, 69, 87.
  13. Cox, D.R. (1951). Some systematic experimental designs. Biometrika, 38, 312–323.
  14. Anderson, S.L., Cox, D.R. and Hardy, L.D. (1952). Some rheological properties of twistless combed wool slivers. J. Textile Inst., 43, 362– 379.
  15. Brearley, A. and Cox, D.R. (1952). Experimentation in the textile industry. WoolReview, 23, 39.
  16. Cox, D.R. (1952). A note on the sequential estimation of means. Proc.Camb. Phil. Soc., 48, 447–450.
  17. Cox, D.R. (1952). Estimation by double sampling. Biometrika, 39, 217–227.
  18. Cox, D.R. (1952). Sequential tests for composite hypotheses. Proc.Camb. Phil. Soc., 48, 290–299.
  19. Cox, D.R. (1952). Some recent work on systematic experimental designs. J. R. Statist. Soc. B , 14, 211–219.
  20. Cox, D.R. (1952). The effect of skewness of the frequency distribution on the relationship between required test factors and strength variation. SelectedGovernment Research Reports, 6, 39–49.
  21. Cox, D.R. (1952). The interfibre pressure in slivers confined in rectangular grooves. J. Textile Inst., 43, 87.
  22. Cox, D.R. (1952). The relationship between required test factors and strength variation in the case of two types of failure. Selected Government Research Reports, 6, 31–38.
  23. Cox, D.R., Montagnon, P.E. and Starkey, R.D. (1952). Strength requirements for spot welds. Selected Government Research Reports, 6, 189–200.
  24. Cox, D.R. and Starkey, R.D. (1952). The relationship between required test factors and strength variation. Selected Government Research Reports, 6, 19–30.
  25. Cox, D.R. (1953). Some simple approximate tests for Poisson variates. Biometrika, 40, 354–360.
  26. Cox, D.R. and Smith, W.L. (1953). A direct proof a fundamental theorem of renewal theory. ScandinaviskAktuartidskrift, 36, 139–150.
  27. Cox, D.R. and Smith, W.L. (1953). The superposition of several strictly periodic sequences of events. Biometrika, 40, 1-11.
  28. Cox, D.R. (1954). A note on the formal use of complex probabilities in the theory of stochastic processes. Proceedings of the International Congress of Mathematics, Amsterdam: North Holland, 284–285.
  29. Cox, D.R. (1954). A table for predicting the production from a group of machines under the care of one operative. J. R. Statist. Soc. B , 16, 285–287.
  30. Cox, D.R. (1954).  Some statistical aspects of mixing and blending. TextileInst., 45, 113–122.
  31. Cox, D.R. (1954). The design of an experiment in which certain treatment arrangements are inadmissible. Biometrika, 41, 287–295.
  32. Cox, D.R. (1954). The mean and coefficient of variation range in small samples from non-normal populations. Biometrika, 41, 469–481.
  33. Cox, D.R. and Smith, W.L. (1954). On the superposition of renewal processes. Biometrika, 41, 91–99.
  34. Cox, D.R. (1955). A use of complex probabilities in the theory of stochastic processes. Proc.Camb. Phil. Soc., 51, 313–319.
  35. Cox, D.R. (1955). Prevision de la production d’un groupe de machines surveillées par un exécutant (with discussion). Les Cahiers du Bureaudes Temps Elementaires, 503-02, 3–20.
  36. Cox, D.R. (1955). Some statistical methods connected with series of events (with discussion). J. R. Statist. Soc. B , 17, 129–164.
  37. Cox, D.R. (1955). The analysis of non-Markovian stochastic processes by the inclusion of supplementary variables. Proc. Camb. Phil. Soc., 51, 433–441.
  38. Cox, D.R. (1955). The statistical analysis of congestion. J. R. Statist. Soc. A, 118, 324-335.
  39. Cox, D.R. and Stuart, A. (1955).  Some quick sign tests for trend in location and dispersion. Biometrika, 42, 80–95.
  40. Cox, D.R. (1956). A note on the theory of quick tests. Biometrika, 43, 478–480.
  41. Cox, D.R. (1956).  A note on weighted randomization.  Ann.Math.Statist., 27, 1144–1151.
  42. Cox, D.R. (1957). Note on grouping. J. Amer. Statist. Assoc., 52, 543–547.
  43. Cox, D.R. (1957).  The use of a concomitant variable in selecting an experimental design. Biometrika, 44, 150–158.
  44. Cox, D.R. and Smith, W.L. (1957). On the distribution of Tribolium Confusum in a container. Biometrika, 44, 328-335.
  45. Cox, D.R. (1958). Planning of Experiments. New York: Wiley.
  46. Cox, D.R. (1958). Some problems connected with statistical inference. Ann. Math. Statist., 29, 357–372.
  47. Cox, D.R. (1958). The interpretation of the effects of non-additivity in the Latin square. Biometrika, 45, 69–73.
  48. Cox, D.R. (1958). The regression analysis of binary sequences (with discussion). J. R. Statist. Soc. B , 20, 215–242.
  49. Cox, D.R. (1958).  Two further applications of a model for binary regression. Biometrika, 45, 562–565.
  50. Cox, D.R. (1959). A renewal problem with bulk ordering of components. J. R. Statist. Soc. B , 21, 180–189.
  51. Cox, D.R. (1959). The analysis of exponentially distributed life-times with two types of failure. J. R. Statist. Soc. B , 21, 411–421.
  52. Cox, D.R. and Brandwood, L. (1959). On a discriminatory problem connected with the works of Plato. J. R. Statist. Soc. B , 21, 195–200.
  53. Cox, D.R. (1960). A note on tests of homogeneity applied after sequential sampling. J. R. Statist. Soc. B , 22, 368–371.
  54. Cox, D.R. (1960). On the number of renewals in a random interval. Biometrika, 47, 449–452.
  55. Cox, D.R. (1960). Regression analysis when there is prior information about supplementary variables. J. R. Statist. Soc. B , 22, 172–176.
  56. Cox, D.R. (1960). Serial sampling acceptance schemes derived from Bayes’s theorem (with discussion). Technometrics, 2, 353–368.
  57. Cox, D.R. (1960). The economy of planned investigations. Proc.4th Internat. Conf. European Org. for Quality Control.
  58. Cox, D.R. (1961). A simple congestion system with incomplete service. J. R. Statist. Soc. B , 23, 215–222.
  59. Cox,  D.R.  (1961). Design of experiments:  The control of error. R. Statist. Soc. A, 124, 44–48.
  60. Cox, D.R. (1961). Prediction by exponentially weighted moving averages and related methods. J. R. Statist. Soc. B , 23, 414–422.
  61. Cox, D.R. (1961). Tests of separate families of hypotheses. In Proceedings of the fourth Berkeley Symposium on Mathematical Statisticsand Probability, 1, edited by L.M. LeCam, J. Neyman and E.L. Scott. Berkeley: University of California Press, 105–123.
  62. Cox, D.R. (1961). The role of statistical methods in science and technology. Inaugural Lecture, Birkbeck College, November 21.
  63. Cox, D.R. and Smith, W.L. (1961). Queues. London: Methuen/New York: Wiley.
  64. Atiqullah, M. and D.R. Cox. (1962). The use of control observations as an alternative to incomplete block designs. J. R. Statist. Soc. B , 24, 464–471.
  65. Barnard, G.A. and Cox, D.R. (Eds.) (1962). The Foundations of Statistical Inference. London: Methuen.
  66. Booth, K.H.V. and Cox, D.R. (1962). Some systematic supersaturated designs. Technometrics, 4, 489–495.
  67. Cox, D.R. (1962). Further results on tests of separate families of hypotheses. J. R. Statist. Soc. B , 24, 406–424.
  68. Cox, D.R. (1962). RenewalTheory. London: Methuen/New York: Wiley.
  69. Cox, D.R. and Jessop, W.N. (1962). The theory of a method of production scheduling when there are many products. Operat.Res.Quart., 13, 309–328.
  70. Cox, D.R. (1963). Large sample sequential tests for composite hypotheses. Sankhya A, 25, 5–12.
  71. Cox, D.R. (1963). Some models for series of events. Bulletinof ISI , 2, 737–746.
  72. Box, G.E.P. and Cox, D.R. (1964). An analysis of transformations (with discussion). J. R. Statist. Soc. B , 26, 211–252.
  73. Cox, D.R. (1964). Some applications of exponential ordered scores. J. R. Statist. Soc. B , 26, 103–110.
  74. Cox, D.R. (1965). A remark on multiple comparison methods. Technometrics, 7, 223–224.
  75. Cox, D.R. (1965). On the estimation of the intensity function of a stationary point process. J. R. Statist. Soc. B , 27, 332–337.
  76. Cox, D.R. and Miller, H.D. (1965). The Theory of Stochastic Processes. London: Methuen.
  77. Cox, D.R. (1966). A note on the analysis of a type of reliability trial. J SIAM Appl. Math., 14, 1133–1142.
  78. Cox, D.R. (1966). A simple example of a comparison involving quantal data. Biometrika, 53, 215–220.
  79. Cox, D.R. (1966). Notes on the analysis of mixed frequency distributions. Brit. J. Math. Statist. Psych., 19, 39–47.
  80. Cox, D.R. (1966). Some problems of statistical analysis connected with congestion (with discussion). In Proceedingsof the Symposium on Congestion Theory edited by W.L. Smith and W.E. Wilkinson. Chapel Hill, North Carolina: University of North Carolina Press, 289–316.
  81. Cox, D.R. (1966). Some procedures connected with the logistic qualitative response curve. In Research Papers in Probability and Statistics (Festschriftfor J. Neyman), edited by F.N. David (1966). Wiley: London, 55–71.
  82. Cox, D.R. (1966). The null distribution of the first serial correlation coefficient. Biometrika, 53, 623–626.
  83. Cox, D.R. and Lewis, P.A.W. (1966). The Statistical Analysis of Series of Events. London: Methuen.
  84. Lewis, P.A.W. and Cox, D.R. (1966). A statistical analysis of telephone circuit error data. IEEE Trans. Commun. Technology , 14, 382–389.
  85. Chambers, E.A. and Cox, D.R. (1967). Discrimination between alternative binary response models. Biometrika, 54, 573–578.
  86. Cox, D.R. (1967). Fieller’s theorem and a generalization. Biometrika, 54, 567–572.
  87. Cox, D.R. (1967). Some statistical concepts and their application. Inaugural lecture, Imperial College of Science and Technology.
  88. Cox, D.R., Herzberg, A.M. Cuthbert, D. and Finney, D.J. (1967). Query 20: Analysis of a factorial experiment (partially confounded 2³). Technometrics, 9, 170.
  89. Cox, D.R. and Lauh, E. (1967). A note on the graphical analysis of multidimensional contingency tables. Technometrics, 9, 481–488.
  90. Cox, D.R. (1968). Notes on some aspects of regression analysis (with discussion). J. R. Statist. Soc. A, 131, 265–279.
  91. Cox, D.R. (1968). Queues. In International Encyclopaedia of Social Sciences, edited by D.L. Sills. New York: Collier and McMillan, 257– 261.
  92. Cox, D.R. and Hinkley, D.V. (1968). A note on the efficiency of least-squares estimates. J. R. Statist. Soc. B , 30, 284-289.
  93. Cox, D.R. and Snell, E.J. (1968). A general definition of residuals (with discussion). J. R. Statist. Soc. B , 30, 248–275.
  94. Cox, D.R. (1969). Some results connected with the logistic binary response model. Bull. Intern. Statist. Institute, 42, 311–312.
  95. Cox, D.R. (1969). Some sampling problems in technology. In New Developments in Survey Sampling. A Symposium on the Foundations of Survey Sampling Held at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill , edited by N.L. Johnson and H. Smith. New York: Wiley, 506–527.
  96. Draper, N.R. and Cox, D.R. (1969). On distributions and their transformations to normality. J. R. Statist. Soc. B , 31, 472–476.
  97. Herzberg, A.M. and Cox, D.R. (1969). Recent work on the design of experiments: A bibliography and a review. J. R. Statist. Soc. A, 132, 29–67.
  98. Cox, D.R. (1970). The Analysis of Binary Data. London: Methuen.
  99. Cox, D.R. (1970). The continuity correction. Biometrika, 57, 217–218.
  100. Cox, D.R. (1971). A note on polynomial response functions for mixtures. Biometrika, 58, 155–159.
  101. Cox, D.R. (1971). Some aspects of life tables. Bull.Intern. Statist. Institute, 38th Session, 90–93.
  102. Cox, D.R. (1971). The choice between alternative ancillary statistics. J. R. Statist. Soc. B , 33, 251–255.
  103. Cox, D.R. and Hinkley, D.V. (1971). Some properties of multiserver queues with appointments (with discussion). J. R. Statist. Soc. A, 133, 1–11.
  104. Cox, D.R. and Snell, E.J. (1971). On test statistics calculated from residuals. Biometrika, 58, 589–594.
  105. Bloomfield, P. and Cox, D.R. (1972). A low traffic approximation for queues. J. Appl. Prob., 9, 832-840.
  106. Cox, D.R. (1972). Regression models and life-tables (with discussion). J. R. Statist. Soc. B , 34, 187–220.
  107. Cox, D.R.  (1972).   The  analysis  of  multivariate  binary  data. J. R. Statist. Soc. C , 21, 113–120.
  108. Cox, D.R. (1972). The statistical analysis of dependencies in point processes. In Stochastic Point Processes: Statistical Analysis, Theory,and Applications, edited by P.A.W. Lewis. New York: Wiley, 55–66.
  109. Cox, D.R. and Herzberg, A.M. (1972).  On a statistical problem of E.A.Milne. Proc. Roy. Soc.A, 331, 273–283. [With an historical introduction by S. Chandrasekhar.]
  110. Cox, D.R. and Lewis, P.A.W. (1972). Multivariate point processes. In Proceedingsof the Sixth Berkeley Symposium on Mathematical Statistics and Probability Theory , 3, edited by L.M. LeCam, J. Neyman and E.L. Scott (1972). Berkeley: University California Press, 401–448.
  111. Herzberg, A.M. and Cox, D.R. (1972). Some optimal designs for interpolation and extrapolation. Biometrika, 59, 551–561.
  112. Atkinson, A.C. and Cox, D.R. (1974). Planning experiments for discriminating between models (with discussion). J. R. Statist. Soc. B , 36, 321–348.
  113. Cox, D.R. and Hinkley, D.V. (1974). Theoretical Statistics. London: Chapman and Hall.
  114. Cox, D.R. and Snell, E.J. (1974). The choice of variables in observational studies. J. R. Statist. Soc. C , 23, 51–59.
  115. Cox, D.R. (1975). A note on data-splitting for the evaluation of significance levels. Biometrika, 62, 441-444.
  116. Cox, D.R. (1975). A note on empirical Bayes inference in a finite Poisson process. Biometrika, 62, 709–711.
  117. Cox, D.R. (1975). A note on partially Bayes inference and the linear model. Biometrika, 62, 651–654.
  118. Cox, D.R. (1975). Partial likelihood. Biometrika, 62, 269–276.
  119. Cox, D.R. (1975). Prediction intervals and empirical Bayes confidence intervals. In Perspectivesin Probability and Statistics, edited by J. Gani, London: Academic Press, 47–55.
  120. Peto, R., Pike, M.C., Armitage, P., Breslow, N.E., Cox, D.R., Howard, S.V., Mantel, N., McPherson, K., Peto, J. and Smith, P.G. (1976). Design and analysis of randomized clinical trials requiring prolonged observation of each patient. I Introduction and Design. British J. Cancer , 34, 585–612.
  121. Atkinson, A.C. and Cox, D.R. (1977). Robust regression via discriminant analysis. Biometrika, 64, 15–19.
  122. Cox, D.R. (1977). Nonlinear models, residuals and transformations. Math. Operationsforch. Statist., 8, 3–22.
  123. Cox, D.R. (1977) The role of significance tests (with discussion). Scand.J. Statist., 4, 49–70.
  124. Cox, D.R. (1977). The teaching of the strategy of statistics. Bull. Intern. Statist. Institute 41, 47, 552–558.
  125. Cox, D.R. and Isham, V. (1977). A bivariate point process connected with electronic counters. Proc.Roy.Soc.A, 356, 149–160.
  126. Peto, R., Pike, M.C., Armitage, P., Breslow, N.E., Cox, D.R., Howard, S.V., Mantel, N., McPherson, K., Peto, J. and Smith, P.G. (1977). Design and analysis of randomized clinical trials requiring prolonged observation of each patient. II Analysis and Examples. British J. Cancer , 35, 1–39.
  127. Cox, D.R. (1978). Foundations of statistical inference: The case for eclecticism (with discussion). J. Australian Statist. Soc., 20, 43–59.
  128. Cox, D.R. (1978). Queues. International Encyclopaedia of Statistics, edited by W.H. Kruskal and J.W. Tanur, Volume 2, New York: Free Press/London: Collier Macmillan, 834–838.
  129. Cox, D.R. (1978). Some remarks on the role in statistics of graphical methods. J. R. Statist. Soc. C , 27, 4–9.
  130. Cox, D.R. and Hinkley, D.V. (1978). Problems and Solutions in Theoretical Statistics. London: Chapman and Hall.
  131. Cox, D.R. and Isham, V. (1978). Series expansions for the properties of a birth process of controlled variability. J. Appl. Prob., 15, 610–616.
  132. Cox, D.R. and Small, N.J.H. (1978). Testing multivariate normality. Biometrika, 65, 263–272.
  133. Barndorff-Nielsen, O. and Cox, D.R. (1979). Edgeworth and saddle-point approximations with statistical applications (with discussion). J. R. Statist. Soc. B , 41, 279–312.
  134. Cox, D.R. (1979).  A note on the graphical analysis of survival data. Biometrika, 66, 188–190.
  135. Cox, D.R. (1979). A remark on systematic Latin squares J. R. Statist. Soc. B , 41, 388–389.
  136. Cox, D.R. and Isham, V. (1979). Point Processes. London: Chapman and Hall.
  137. Cox, D.R. and Snell, E.J. (1979). On sampling and the estimation of rare errors. Biometrika, 66, 125–132.
  138. Farewell, V.T. and Cox, D.R. (1979). A note on multiple time scales in life testing. J. R. Statist. Soc. C , 28, 73–75.
  139. Cox, D.R. (1980). Local ancillarity. Biometrika, 67, 279–286.
  140. Cox, D.R. (1980). Summary views: A statistician’s perspective. Cancer Treatment Reports, 64, 533–535.
  141. Cox, D.R. (1981). Statistical analysis of time series: Some recent developments (with discussion). Scand. J. Statist., 8, 93–115.
  142. Cox, D.R. (1981). Statistical significance tests. British J. Clin. Pharmac., 14, 325–331.
  143. Cox,   D.R.  (1981).  Theory  and  general  principle  in  statistics. J. R. Statist. Soc. A, 144, 289–297.
  144. Cox, D.R. and Snell, E.J (1981). Applied Statistics. Principles and Examples. London: Chapman and Hall.
  145. Box, G.E.P. and Cox, D.R. (1982). An analysis of transformations revisited, rebutted. J. Am. Statist. Assoc., 77, 209–210.
  146. Cox, D.R. (1982). A remark on randomization in clinical trials. Utilitas Mathematics, 21A, 245–252.
  147. Cox, D.R. (1982). Combination of data. In Encyclopaedia of Statistical Sciences, 2, edited by S. Kotz and N.L.Johnson. New York: Wiley, 45– 53.
  148. Cox, D.R. (1982). On the role of data of possibly lowered sensitivity. Biometrika, 69, 215–219.
  149. Cox, D.R. (1982). Randomization and concomitant variables in the design of experiments. In Statistics and Probability: Essays in honor of C.R. Rao, edited by G. Kallianpur, P.R. Krishnaiah and J.K. Ghosh. Amsterdam: North–Holland, 197–202.
  150. Cox, D.R. and McCullagh, P. (1982). Some aspects of analysis of covariance (with discussion). Biometrics, 38, 541–561.
  151. Cox, D.R. and Spjøtvoll, E. (1982). On partitioning means into groups. Scand.J. Statist., 9, 147–152.
  152. Cox, D.R. (1983). A remark on censoring and surrogate response variables. J. R. Statist. Soc. B , 45, 391–393.
  153. Cox, D.R. (1983).  Asymptotic theory: Some recent developments. Questio, 7, 527–529.
  154. Cox, D.R. (1983). Remarks on the analysis of additional response variables associated with survival data. Bull. Intern. Statist. Institute 44, Volume 1, 223–224.
  155. Cox, D.R. (1983). Some remarks on overdispersion. Biometrika, 70, 269–274.
  156. Azzalini, A. and Cox, D.R. (1984). Two new tests associated with analysis of variance. J. R. Statist. Soc. B , 46, 335–343.
  157. Barndorff-Nielsen, O.E. and Cox, D.R. (1984). Bartlett adjustments to the likelihood ratio statistic and the distribution of the maximum likelihood estimator. J. R. Statist. Soc. B , 46, 483–495.
  158. Barndorff-Nielsen, O.E. and Cox, D.R. (1984). The effect of sampling rules on likelihood statistics. International Statistical Review , 52, 309– 326.
  159. Barndorff-Nielsen, O.E. and Cox, D.R. (1984). The role of mathematics in theoretical statistics. In Perspectives in Mathematics. Anniversary of Oberwolfach, Birkhauser Verlag, Basel, 61–81.
  160. Cox, D.R. (1984). Effective degrees of freedom and the likelihood ratio test. Biometrika, 71, 487–493.
  161. Cox, D.R. (1984). Interaction. International Statistical Review , 52, 1–31.
  162. Cox, D.R. (1984). Long-range dependence: A review. In Statistics: An Appraisal: Proceedings of the 50th Anniversary Conference for Iowa State Statistical Laboratory, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, edited by H.A. David and H.T. David. Ames, Iowa: The Iowa State University Press, 55–74.
  163. Cox, D.R. (1984). Present position and potential developments: Some personal views. Design of experiments and regression (with discussion). J. R. Statist. Soc. A, 147, 306–315.
  164. Cox, D.R. (1984). Some remarks on semi-Markov processes in medical statistics. In International Symposium of Semi-Markov Processes and their Applications, Brussels, 411–421.
  165. Cox, D.R. and Oakes, D. (1984). Analysisof Survival Data. London: Chapman and Hall.
  166. Cox, D.R. (1985). Some remarks on asymptotic theory. Bull. Intern. Statist. Institute, 45th Session, Book 2, 363–364.
  167. Cox, D.R. (1985). Theory of statistics: Some current themes. Bull. Intern. Statist. Institute, 45th Session, 51, 6.3-1–6.3-9.
  168. Barndorff-Nielsen, O.E. Cox, D.R. and Reid, N. (1986). The role of differential geometry in statistical theory. International Statistical Review , 54, 83–96.
  169. Cox, D.R. (1986).  Some general aspects of the theory of statistics. International Statistical Review , 54, 117–126.
  170. Cox, D.R. and Isham, V. (1986). The virtual waiting-time and related processes. Adv. Appl. Prob., 18, 558–573.
  171. Cox, D.R. and Solomon, P.J. (1986). Analysis of variability with large numbers of small samples. Biometrika, 73, 543–554.
  172. McCullagh, P. and Cox, D.R. (1986). Invariants and likelihood ratio statistics. Ann.Statist., 14, 1419–1430.
  173. Rodriguez-Iturbe, I., Cox, D.R. and Eagleson, P.S. (1986). Spatial modelling of total storm rainfall. Proc. Roy. Soc.A, 403, 27–50.
  174. Cox, D.R. (1987). Some aspects of the design of experiments. In New Perspectives in Theoretical and Applied Statistics, edited by M.L. Puri, J.P. Vilaplana and W. Wertz. New York : Wiley, 3–12.
  175. Cox, D.R. and Reid, N. (1987). Approximations to noncentral distributions. Can. J. Statist., 15, 105–114.
  176. Cox, D.R. and Reid, N. (1987). Parameter orthogonality and approximate conditional inference (with discussion). J. R. Statist. Soc. B , 49, 1–39.
  177. Medley, G.F., Anderson, R.M., Cox, D.R. and Billard, L. (1987). Incubation period of AIDS in patients infected via blood transfusion. Nature, 328, 719–721.
  178. Rodriguez-Iturbe, I., Cox, D.R. and Isham, V. (1987). Some models for rainfall based on stochastic point processes. Proc. Roy. Soc.A, 410, 269–288.
  179. Atkinson, A.C. and Cox, D.R. (1988). Transformations. In Encyclopaedia of Statistical Science, 9, edited by S. Kotz and N.L. Johnson. New York: Wiley, 312–318.
  180. Cox, D.R. (1988). A note on design when the response has an exponential family distribution. Biometrika, 75, 161–164.
  181. Cox, D.R. (with members of Working Party) (1988). Short-term prediction of HIV infection and AIDS in England and Wales. Her Majesty’s Stationery Office.
  182. Cox, D.R. (1988). Some aspects of conditional and asymptotic inference: A review. Sankhya A, 50, 314–337.
  183. Cox, D.R. and Isham, V. (1988). A simple spatial-temporal model of rainfall. Proc.Roy.Soc.A, 415, 317–328.
  184. Cox, D.R. and Solomon, P.J. (1988). A note on selective intervention. J. R. Statist. Soc. A, 151, 310–315.
  185. Cox, D.R. and Solomon, P.J. (1988). On testing for serial correlation in large numbers of small samples. Biometrika, 75, 145–148.
  186. Medley, G.F., Billard, L., Cox, D.R. and Anderson, R.M. (1988). The distribution of the incubation period for the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). Proc.Roy.Soc.B , 233, 367–377.
  187. Rodriguez-Iturbe, I., Cox, D.R. and Isham, V. (1988). A point process model for rainfall: further developments. Proc. Roy. Soc.A, 417, 283–298.
  188. Barndorff-Nielsen, O.E. and Cox, D.R. (1989). Asymptotic Techniques for Use in Statistics. London: Chapman and Hall.
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  9. Darby, S.C., Doll, R., Thakrar, B., Rizza, C.R. and Cox, D.R. (1990). Time from infection with HIV to onset AIDS in patients with haemophilia in the UK. Statistics in Medicine, 9, 681–689.
  10. Cox, D.R. (1991). Long-range dependence, non-linearity and time irreversibility. J. of Time Series Analysis, 12, 329–335.
  11. Cox, D.R. (1991). The contribution of statistical methods to cancer research. Cancer, 67, 2428–2430.
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  24. Fitzpatrick, R., Fletcher, A.E., Gore, S.M., Jones, D.R., Spiegelhalter, D.J. and Cox, D.R. (1992). Quality of life measures in health care. I: Applications and issues in assessment. British Medical J. , 305, 1074–1077.
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  26. Gunby, J.A., Darby, S.C., Miles, J.H.C., Green, B.M.R. and Cox, D.R. (1992). Factors affecting indoor radon concentrations in the United Kingdom. HealthPhysics, 64, 2–12.
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  29. Cox, D.R.  (1993).  Causality  and  graphical  models.  Bull. Intern. Statist. Institute, 49th Session, Book 1, 363–372.
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  78. Moore, R.J., Jones, D.A., Cox, D.R. and Isham, V.S. (2000). Design of the HYREX raingauge network. Hydrology and Earth Systems Sciences, 4, 523–530.
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  82. Cox, D.R. and Donnelly, C.A. (2001). Mathematical biology and medical statistics: contributions to the understanding of AIDS epidemiology. StatisticalMethodsin Medical Research, 10, 141–154.
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  95. Berrington, A. and Cox, D.R. (2003). Generalized least squares for the synthesis of correlated information. Biostatistics, 4, 423–431.
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  98. Cox, D.R. (2003). Communication of risk: health hazards from mobile phones. J. R. Statist. Soc. A, 166, 241–246.
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  104. Donnelly, C.A., Cox, D.R., Bourne, J., Le Fevre, A. Woodroff R. Gettinby, G. and Morrison, I. (2003). Impact of localized badger culling on tuberculosis in British cattle. Nature, 426, 934–937.
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  106. Cox, D.R. (2004). Some remarks on model criticism. In Methodsand Models in Statistics, edited by N. Adams, M. Crowder, D.J. Hand and D. Stephens. London: Imperial College Press, 13–22.
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  109. Cox, D.R. and Wong, M.Y. (2004). A simple procedure for the selection of significant effects. J. R. Statist. Soc. B , 66, 395–400.
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  111. Cox, D.R. (2005). Some challenges for medical statistics. Europ.J. Epidemiology 20, 5–9.
  112. Berrington de Gonsalez, A. and Cox, D.R. (2005). Additive and multiplicative models for the joint effect of two risk factors. Biostatistics 6, 1–10.
  113. Johnston, W.T., Gettinby, G., Cox, D.R., Donnelly, C.A., Bourne, J., Clifton-Hadley, R., Le Fevre, A.M., McInerney, J.P., Mitchell, A., Morrison, W.I., Woodroff R. (2005). Herd-level risk factors associated with TB breakdowns prior to the 2001 UK Foot and Mouth Disease epidemic among cattle herds in England. BiologyLetters1, 53–56.
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  115. Erikson, R., Cox, D.R., Goldthorpe, J.H, Jackson, M. and Yaish, M. (2005). On class differentials in educational  attainment.
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  117. Cox, D.R., Isham, V. and three others (2005). Representation of space-time variability of soil moisture. Proc.Roy.Soc., A 461, 4035–4055.
  118. Cox, D.R., Donnelly, C.A., and six others (2005). A simple model of Bovine Tuberculosis. ProcNat. Acad. Sci., 102, 17588–17593.
  119. Woodroff R., Cox, D.R. and ten others (2005). Spatial association of Mycobacterium bovis infection in cattle and badgers Meles. J. of Applied Ecology , 42, 852–862.
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  131. Cox, D.R., Wermuth, N. and Marchetti, G.M. (2007). Covariance chains. Bernoulli , 12, 841–862.
  132. Bernardinelli, L., Cox, D.R., and 11 others (2007). Association between the ACCN1 gene and multiple sclerosis in Central East Sardinia. PLoSone, 5, 1–10.
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  135. Cox, D.R. and Wong, M.Y. (2007). On the screening of large numbers of significance tests. J. Applied Statistics, 34, 779–783.
  136. Woodroff R., Cox, D.R., and 11 others (2007). Effects of culling on spatial associations of Mycobacterium bovis infections in badgers and cattle. J. Applied Ecology , 44, 897–906.
  137. Cox, D.R. and Berrington de Gonzalez, A. (2007). Interpretation of interaction: A review. Ann.Appl. Statist., 1, 371–385.
  138. Liou, T., Cox, D.R., Adler, F. and Cahill, B. (2007). Lung transplantation and survival in children with cystic fibrosis. New England J. Medicine, 357, 2143–2152.
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  144. Jenkins, H.E., Cox, D.R., and 9 others (2008). The prevalence, distribution and severity of detectable pathological lesions in badgers naturally infected with Mycobacteriumbovis. Epidemiologyof Infection, 136, 1350–1361.
  145. Cox, D.R., Jackson, M. and Liu, S. (2009). On square ordinal contingency tables: a comparison of social class and income mobility for the same individuals. J.R. Statist. Soc. A, 172, 483–493.
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  147. Cox, D.R. (2009). Commentary: Smoking and lung cancer: reflections on a pioneering paper. International J. Epidemiology , 38, 192-193.
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  149. Woodroff R., Cox, D.R., and 14 others (2009). Bovine tuberculosis in cattle and badgers in localized culling areas. J. Wildlife Research, 45, 128-143.
  150. Woodroff R., Cox, D.R., and 14 others (2009). Social group size affects Mycobacteriumbovis infection in European badgers ( Meles meles). J. Animal Ecology , 78, 818-827.
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  160. Liou, T., Keogh, R., 12 others and Cox, D.R. (2012). Sputum biomarkers and the prediction of clinical outcomes in patients with cystic fibrosis, PLoS ONE, 7(8),e42748 .
  161. Cox, D.R. (2012). I.J. Good. Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford University Press.
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  164. Jackson, M. and Cox, D.R. (2013). The principles of experimental design and their application in sociology. Annual Reviewof Sociology, 39, 27-49.
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  171. Cox, D.R. (2015). Big data and precision. Biometrika 102, 712-716.
  172. Wermuth, N. and Cox, D.R. (2015). Graphical  Markov models: overview. Int. Encly. Social and Behavioural Sciences, 2nd edition. 10, 341-350. Oxford:Elsevier.
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  175. Cox, D.R. (2016). The design of empirical studies: towards a unified view. European Journal of Epidemiology 31, 217-228.
  176. Kartsonaki, C. and Cox, D.R. (2016). Some matched comparisons of two distributions of survival time. Biometrika 103, 219-224.
  177. Cox, D.R. (2016). Statistical significance tests. Diagnostic Histopathology22, 243-245.
  178. Cox, D.R. (2016). Some pioneers of modern statistical theory: a personal reflection. Biometrika 103, 747-759.
  179. de Stavola, B. L. and Cox, D.R. (2017).  Detecting bias arising from delayed recording of time. J. R. Statist. Soc. C, to appear.
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