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Multivariate meta-analysis: contributions of Ingram Olkin. (English) Zbl 1246.01018
Summary: The research on meta-analysis and particularly multivariate meta-analysis has been greatly influenced by the work of Ingram Olkin. This paper documents Olkin’s contributions by way of citation counts and outlines several areas of contribution by Olkin and his academic descendants. An academic family tree is provided.
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01A70 Biographies, obituaries, personalia, bibliographies
01A60 History of mathematics in the 20th century
62-03 History of statistics
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metaSEM
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