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Olkin (Ingram) Papers
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Ingram Olkin is best known for developing statistical analyses for evaluating policies, particularly in education. Throughout his career, Olkin conducted highly significant research concerning new and innovative statistical models and methods for the behavioral medical, and social sciences, often simultaneously. Particularly outstanding is his research into combining, statistically, the scientific results from independent studies.
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