I would definitely add to the list the following paper which Rob Tibshirani was too modest to include:
R Tibshirani (1996) – Regression shrinkage and selection via the lasso, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series B (Methodological), 267-288
GUEST POST: ROB TIBSHIRANI
Today we have a guest post by my good friend Rob Tibshirani. Rob has a list of nine great statistics papers. (He is too modest to include his own papers.) Have a look and let us know what papers you would add to the list. And what machine learning papers would you add? Enjoy.
9 Great Statistics papers published after 1970
I was thinking about influential and awe-inspiring papers in Statistics and thought it would be fun to make a list. This list will show my bias in favor of practical work, and by its omissions, my ignorance of many important subfields of Statistics. I hope that others will express their own opinions.
- Regression models and life tables (with discussion) (Cox 1972). A beautiful and elegant solution to an extremely important practical problem. Has had an enormous impact in medical science. David Cox…
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