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The generalised product moment distribution in samples from a normal multivariate population. (English) JFM 54.0565.02
Biometrika 20, A, 32-52 (1928).
Die {\it Pearson}sche Methode zur Feststellung der Verteilung der Mittelwerte, mittleren Fehler und höheren Momente bei Auswahlen aus einer {\it Gauß }schen Population mit einer Variablen wird hier erweitert. Es wird die simultane Verteilung der $n$ Schwankungen der $n \choose 2$ Produktmomente für die endlichen Auswahlen aus einer unendlich groß en {\it Gauß }schen Population mit $n$ Variablen und ihre ersten vier Momente angegeben. Speziell wird der Fall dreier Variablen betrachtet.
Reviewer: Gumbel, E. I.; Prof. (Heidelberg)