- Textbooks by Eadie et al, Lyons, Barlow and Cowan
- SLAC PHYSTAT2003 Conference on 'Statistical Problems in Particle Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmology': http://www-conf.slac.stanford.edu/phystat2003/. In particular the following articles provide a general introduction to current statistical issues in the analysis of data in Astrophysics and in Particle Physics respectively:
- Durham Conference on `Advanced Statistical Techniques in Particle Physics': http://www.ippp.dur.ac.uk/Workshops/02/statistics/
- BaBar Statistics Working Group web page: http://www.slac.stanford.edu/BFROOT/www/Statistics/bibliography.html
- CDF Statistics Committee web page: http://www-cdf.fnal.gov/physics/statistics/statistics.html
- Statistics section in 'Review of Particle Properties' by Particle Data Group
- R. Cousins, 'Why isn't every Physicist a Bayesian?' Am J Phys 63 (1995) 398
- Van Dyk, David A. (2002). Hierarchical Models, Data Augmentation, and Markov Chain Monte Carlo in Statistical Challenges in Modern Astronomy III (Eds: E. Feigelson and G. J. Babu), Springer, pages 41 - 54.
- Gutti J. Babu, Eric Feigelson, (1996), Astrostatistics: Interdisciplinary Statistics
- Roger Barlow, SLUO Lectures on Statistics and Numerical Methods in HEP, Lecture 5: Systematic Errors. Available via BaBar Statistics Working Group web page
- R. D. Cousins and V. Highland, NIM A320 (1992) 331
Goodness of Fit
- W Mass Summer 01 Conference note: Combined Preliminary Results on the Mass and Width of the W Boson Measured by the LEP Experiments, LEP W Working Group,July 2001
- TGC Summer 01 Conference note: Combined Results for Electroweak Gauge Boson Couplings Measured on the LEP Experiments, LEP GC Working Group, July 2001.
- Both notes are available from the LEP EW WG pages http://lepewwg.web.cern.ch/LEPEWWG/
See http://astrostatistics.psu.edu/ for the Penn State Astrostatistics Center. There are many activities and resources such as curriculum development, tutorial workshops, Web-based resources, and public software, mainly for the astronomical and space science communities.