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Chapter 4: Elementary hypothesis testing
 p. 97, Exercise 4.1. Timothy D. Sanders has contributed a partial
solution for the case of three hypotheses and two data points; a version of
his solution, to which I have made some minor modifications, is available in
postscript
or
PDF.
 p. 116, second to fifth full paragraphs: The term ``logit'' is
not that recent: see Joseph Berkson (Application of the logistic function to
bioassay. JASA 39: 357365, 1944); in many fields it is now totally standard,
and far more widely used than the other terms mentioned here. [Contributed by
Nick Cox.]
