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Volume 5 Number 2

Companionship in leisure time in crisis periods From Figure 4a, Reciprocity in social networks - A case study in Tamil Nadu, India, by S. Arumugam et al.
Volume 5, Number 2, January 2014
 Editor's ForewordDominique Haughtonpdf
74Implementation of two statistical methods for Ensemble Prediction Systems in the management of electrical systemsAdriana Gogonel, Jerome Collet and Avner Bar-Henpdf
88Teaching confirmatory factor analysis to non-statisticians: a case study for estimating the composite reliability of psychometric instrumentsByron J. Gajewski, Yu Jiang, Hung-Wen Yeh, Kimberly Engelman, Cynthia Teel, Won S. Choi, K. Allen Greiner and Christine Makosky Daleypdf
102A new critique of the traditional method for empirically estimating the returns associated with strategies of stock investment: impact of fixing the investment horizonGreg Samsapdf
111Random sampling issues in a federal court case, a case studyKristin Kennedy and James Bishoppdf
115Comparison of different screening methodsDelphine Dupuy, Bernard Corre, Magalie Claes-Bruno and Michelle Sergentpdf
126Reciprocity in social networks - A case study in Tamil NaduSubramanian Arumugam, Dominique Haughton, Balasubramanian Vasanthi and Changan Zhangpdf
132Statistical exploratory analysis of agent-based simulations in a social contextNathalie Villa-Vialaneix, Christophe Sibertin-Blanc and Pascal Roggeropdf

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Dominique Haughton, editor-in-chief, Bentley University

Christine Thomas-Agnan, Europe co-editor, Toulouse School of Economics