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  1. For formulas, with precautions regarding their use, reference may be made to , U.S.D.A., A Method for Determining the Color of Agricultural Products, by Dorothy Nickerson.
  2. Color of Evaporated Milks, by Webb and Holm, J. Dairy Science,  13, No. 1, 25 to 39; Jan., 1930.
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  3. Mordecai Ezekiel, 1924, A Method of Handling Curvilinear Correlation for Any Number of Variables.J. Amer. Statis. Assoc. (n. s. 148)  19: (431)–453, illus.Mordecai Ezekiel, 1930, Methods of Correlation Analysis, John Wiley & Sons, 1930.
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1930 (1)

Color of Evaporated Milks, by Webb and Holm, J. Dairy Science,  13, No. 1, 25 to 39; Jan., 1930.
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1924 (1)

Mordecai Ezekiel, 1924, A Method of Handling Curvilinear Correlation for Any Number of Variables.J. Amer. Statis. Assoc. (n. s. 148)  19: (431)–453, illus.Mordecai Ezekiel, 1930, Methods of Correlation Analysis, John Wiley & Sons, 1930.
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Ezekiel, Mordecai

Mordecai Ezekiel, 1924, A Method of Handling Curvilinear Correlation for Any Number of Variables.J. Amer. Statis. Assoc. (n. s. 148)  19: (431)–453, illus.Mordecai Ezekiel, 1930, Methods of Correlation Analysis, John Wiley & Sons, 1930.
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Nickerson, Dorothy

For formulas, with precautions regarding their use, reference may be made to , U.S.D.A., A Method for Determining the Color of Agricultural Products, by Dorothy Nickerson.

J. Amer. Statis. Assoc. (1)

Mordecai Ezekiel, 1924, A Method of Handling Curvilinear Correlation for Any Number of Variables.J. Amer. Statis. Assoc. (n. s. 148)  19: (431)–453, illus.Mordecai Ezekiel, 1930, Methods of Correlation Analysis, John Wiley & Sons, 1930.
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J. Dairy Science (1)

Color of Evaporated Milks, by Webb and Holm, J. Dairy Science,  13, No. 1, 25 to 39; Jan., 1930.
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Other (1)

For formulas, with precautions regarding their use, reference may be made to , U.S.D.A., A Method for Determining the Color of Agricultural Products, by Dorothy Nickerson.

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Notation for hue brilliance chroma.

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Color curve for different samples of evaporated milk illustrating regularity of color change from high to low grade.

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Comparison of color difference of two products, one the relatively light, weak yellows of evaporated milk, the other the dark greenish yellow of canned spinach.

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Color “conversion chart” for alfalfa hay.

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Table 1 Color measurements on seed. November 1930

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Table 2 Color measurements on cotton 1930–31