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Articles by Lynn D. Torbeck

The Matrixx Zicam Verdict

The authors summarize the Matrixx Initiatives, Inc. v. Siracusano case's implications for industry.
Oct 2, 2011

The authors summarize the Matrixx Initiatives, Inc. v. Siracusano case's implications for industry.

Reducing the Risk in Risk Management

A firm grasp of probability and ongoing re-evaluation are key.
Aug 2, 2011

A firm grasp of probability and ongoing re-evaluation are key.

Statistics in the Service of Quality

Ensuring compliance though increased statistical knowledge and resources.
Jun 2, 2011

Ensuring compliance though increased statistical knowledge and resources.

Pitfalls in Statistics

The hardest errors to spot are the ones that don't look like errors at all.
Apr 2, 2011

The hardest errors to spot are the ones that don't look like errors at all.

FDA Perspectives: An Initial Report of CDER's Recall Root Cause Research Project (Part II)

The authors discuss how their research will help FDA in its identification of areas of emphasis in pre- and postapproval evaluation of products and processes.
Jan 2, 2011

The authors discuss how their research will help FDA in its identification of areas of emphasis in pre- and postapproval evaluation of products and processes.

Walk Like a Statistician

Applied statisticians are forever searching for the enemy of quality—variability.
Nov 2, 2010

Applied statisticians are forever searching for the enemy of quality—variability.

Statistical Solutions: Visual Inspection Goes Viral

To properly inspect based on measurement, a reference standard is crucial for comparison.
Sep 2, 2010

To properly inspect based on measurement, a reference standard is crucial for comparison.

Statistical Solutions: On the Verge of Significance: Why 5%

A history of the selection of the widely used significance level leaves much to be desired.
Jul 2, 2010

A history of the selection of the widely used significance level leaves much to be desired.

Statistical Solutions: Bergum's Method Recognized

A method for determining sample size is finally getting some respect.
May 2, 2010

A method for determining sample size is finally getting some respect.

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