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Mathematics
D-index
39
Citations
10,962
111
World Ranking
1438
National Ranking
645

1973 - Samuel S. Wilks Memorial Award, American Statistical Association (ASA)

1968 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)

1961 - Melchett Medal, Energy Institute (UK)

1953 - Melchett Medal, Energy Institute (UK)

- Statistics
- Normal distribution
- Mathematical analysis

His scientific interests lie mostly in Statistics, Estimator, Econometrics, Sampling design and Statistical analysis. His study in Estimation theory, One-way analysis of variance, Algebraic formula for the variance, Mathematical statistics and Rank correlation is carried out as part of his Statistics studies. His study in One-way analysis of variance is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Linear model, Efficiency and Mixed model.

His studies in Estimator integrate themes in fields like Standard deviation, Percentage point, Standard error, Normality and Homogeneity. His Econometrics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Test, Analysis of variance and Biometrics. His study looks at the relationship between Sampling design and fields such as Sample, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.

- Biometrika Tables for Statisticians (1298 citations)
- Maximum Likelihood Estimation from Incomplete Data (533 citations)
- Maximum-likelihood estimation for the mixed analysis of variance model (482 citations)

H. O. Hartley focuses on Statistics, Section, Econometrics, Estimator and Applied mathematics. He performs integrative study on Statistics and Estimation in his works. His work on Bias of an estimator, U-statistic and Efficient estimator as part of general Estimator study is frequently connected to MINQUE, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.

His Applied mathematics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Mathematical optimization and Total least squares, Least squares, Generalized least squares, Non-linear least squares. Mathematical model is closely connected to Stochastic process in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Mathematical optimization. His work carried out in the field of Sample brings together such families of science as Goodness of fit and Confidence interval.

- Statistics (40.87%)
- Section (13.04%)
- Econometrics (11.30%)

- Section (13.04%)
- Geometry (5.22%)
- Geology (3.48%)

H. O. Hartley mainly investigates Section, Geometry, Geology, Statistics and Structural engineering. His study of Section brings together topics like Symmetric function, Calculus, Mathematical table, Reliability engineering and Control chart. His Geometry research includes elements of Random variate and Regression.

H. O. Hartley carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Geology and Normal distribution. His is involved in several facets of Statistics study, as is seen by his studies on Ordinal association, Spearman's rank correlation coefficient, Order statistic, Mean reciprocal rank and Rank correlation. Nonparametric statistics and Design of experiments are fields of study that intersect with his Structural engineering study.

- Section 7. Correlation, Serial Correlation and Covariance (0 citations)
- Section 5. Various Discrete and Geometrical Probabilities (0 citations)
- Section 16. Sundry Mathematical Tables (0 citations)

- Statistics
- Normal distribution
- Random variable

His primary scientific interests are in Section, Algebra, Interpolation, Discrete mathematics and Calculus. Among his research on Section, you can see a combination of other fields of science like Geometry, Geology, Correlation ratio, Autocorrelation and Covariance mapping. As part of his studies on Calculus, he often connects relevant subjects like Mathematical table.

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Biometrika Tables for Statisticians

I. Richard Savage;E. S. Pearson;H. O. Hartley.

Mathematics of Computation **(1967)**

2053 Citations

Biometrika Tables for Statisticians

I. Richard Savage;E. S. Pearson;H. O. Hartley.

Mathematics of Computation **(1967)**

2053 Citations

Maximum-likelihood estimation for the mixed analysis of variance model

H. O. Hartley;J. N. K. Rao.

Biometrika **(1967)**

908 Citations

Maximum-likelihood estimation for the mixed analysis of variance model

H. O. Hartley;J. N. K. Rao.

Biometrika **(1967)**

908 Citations

Maximum Likelihood Estimation from Incomplete Data

H. O. Hartley.

Biometrics **(1958)**

832 Citations

Maximum Likelihood Estimation from Incomplete Data

H. O. Hartley.

Biometrics **(1958)**

832 Citations

The maximum F-ratio as a short-cut test for heterogeneity of variance.

H. O. Hartley.

Biometrika **(1950)**

646 Citations

The maximum F-ratio as a short-cut test for heterogeneity of variance.

H. O. Hartley.

Biometrika **(1950)**

646 Citations

THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE RATIO, IN A SINGLE NORMAL SAMPLE, OF RANGE TO STANDARD DEVIATION

H. A. David;H. O. Hartley;E. S. Pearson.

Biometrika **(1954)**

420 Citations

THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE RATIO, IN A SINGLE NORMAL SAMPLE, OF RANGE TO STANDARD DEVIATION

H. A. David;H. O. Hartley;E. S. Pearson.

Biometrika **(1954)**

420 Citations

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