Recommended Reading
General Background
 Textbooks by Eadie et al, Lyons, Barlow and Cowan
 SLAC PHYSTAT2003 Conference on 'Statistical Problems in Particle Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmology': http://wwwconf.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://wwwcdf.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
Limits
Bayesian Priors
Systematics
 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
Combining Results
 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/
Related websites
See http://astrostatistics.psu.edu/ for the Penn State Astrostatistics Center. There are many activities and resources such as curriculum development, tutorial workshops, Webbased resources, and public software, mainly for the astronomical and space science communities.
