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RE: st: All models are wrong...
The editors of that book were R.L. Launer and G.N. Wilkinson.
As George Box rarely says anything of consequence just once --
that is a bad strategy anyway -- many such references may be
found. Here is another:
George E. P. Box. 1979.
Some Problems of Statistics and Everyday Life.
Journal of the American Statistical Association 74: 1-4
> >The quote "All models are wrong, some models are useful" by
> George Box,
> >may be found in his paper "Robustness in the Strategy of Scientific
> >Building," in Lanner and Wilkerson, eds., Robustness in
> Statistics (NY,
> >Academic Press, 1979), pp. 201-236.
> > ______________
> and in:
> "Remember that all models are wrong; the practical question
> is how wrong
> do they have to be to not be useful". -George Box and Norman Draper,
> Empirical Model Building and Response Surfaces, John Wiley,
> 1987,pg. 74.
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