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Computer Age Statistical Inference by Trevor Hastie, Bradley Efron

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15 Large-Scale Hypothesis Testing and False-Discovery Rates

By the final decade of the twentieth century, electronic computation fully dominated statistical practice. Almost all applications, classical or otherwise, were now performed on a suite of computer platforms: SAS, SPSS, Minitab, Matlab, S (later R), and others.

The trend accelerates when we enter the twenty-first century, as statistical methodology struggles, most often successfully, to keep up with the vastly expanding pace of scientific data production. This has been a two-way game of pursuit, with statistical algorithms chasing ever larger data sets, while inferential analysis labors to rationalize the algorithms.

Part III of our book concerns topics in twenty-first-century1 statistics. ...

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