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MS 018 – MORAN, Patrick Alfred Pierce (1917-1988)
Statistician

Moran was Professor of Statistics at the Institute of Advanced Studies, Australian National University 1952-1983.


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  1. Manuscript of the monograph, Genetic probability, by Moran and M G Kendall, published by Charles Griffin, London, 1962
  2. Manuscript of the monograph, The statistical processes of evolutionary theory, published by OUP, 1962


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  1. Pure mathematics lecture notebook, Sydney, 1936. Lectures by R J Lyons on analytical geometry and T G Room on algebra
  2. Pure mathematics lecture notebook, Sydney and Cambridge, 1936. Lectures by T G Room on higher plane curves and A S Besicovitch on analysis
  3. Pure mathematics lecture notebook, March 1937. Lecturer not identified
  4. Pure mathematics lecture notebook, Cambridge, 1937-38. Lectures by A S Besicovitch on differential equations, J C Burkill on analysis and P Hall on algebra
  5. Pure mathematics lecture notebook, Cambridge, 1937-38. Lectures by F P White on geometry and P Hall on linear algebra
  6. Pure mathematics lecture notebook, Cambridge, 1938. Lectures by A S Besicovitch on analysis and F P White on geometry


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  1. Pure mathematics lecture notebook, Cambridge, 1938. Lectures by J A Todd on differential geometry and M H A Newman on analysis
  2. Pure mathematics lecture notebook, Cambridge, 1938. Lectures by A E Ingham on algebra and H Heilbrom on additional theory of numbers
  3. Applied mathematics lecture notebook, Sydney, 1936. Lectures by H H Thorne on statistics and dynamical theory of bases and E Wellish on wave mechanics
  4. Applied mathematics lecture notebook, Sydney, 1936 (lectures by E Wellish on wave mechanics and H H Thorne on kinetic theory of bases); Cambridge, 1938 (lectures by W Dean on electricity and potential theory); and Oxford, 1947 (lectures by Fr. D Callus OP on classification of sciences in the 13th century
  5. Applied mathematics lecture notebook, Cambridge, 1938. Lectures by S Goldstein on electricity and hydrodynamics
  6. Applied mathematics lecture notebook, Cambridge, 1938. Lectures by E Cunningham on statics and dynamics and S Goldstein on electricity and hydrodynamics


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  1. Applied mathematics lecture notebook, Cambridge, 1938. Lectures by S Goldstein on electricity and magnetism and H M Taylor on statics and dynamics
  2. Topology lecture notebook, Cambridge, 1939. Lectures by M H A Newman
  3. Topology lecture notebook, Cambridge, Lent 1939. Lectures by M H A Newman
  4. Notebook labelled Besicovitch 1. Lecture notes by A S Besicovitch on integration, Cambridge, 1939
  5. Notebook labelled ASB/Ward. Lecture notes by A S Besicovitch on Hansdorff measure and A J Ward on analytic topology, Cambridge, 1946
  6. Notebook labelled Smithies. Lecture notes by F Smithies on integral equations, Cambridge, 1939


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  1. Real functions lecture notebook. Lecture notes by J C Burkill on theory of real functions and W Rogosinski on Fourier series, Cambridge, 1938
  2. Notebook labelled Rogosinski 1. Lecture notes by W Rogosinski on Fourier series, Cambridge, 1939
  3. Notebook labelled Bartlett. Lectures by M S Bartlett on the relation between Rimkowski theory of mixed area and analysis of variance, Cambridge, 1945-46
  4. Stochastic processes lecture notebook, Cambridge, 1949. Lectures by M S Bartlett


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Correspondence
  1. Correspondence letters during the war. Includes letters of varied subjects from colleagues from many national and international universities, organisations, societies and institutes, both professional and personal in nature. Also various wartime documentation.
  2. Details of appointment to the Professorship of Statistics at the Australian National University, 1951. Includes official details of appointment and personal correspondence on the subject.
  3. Correspondence regarding his scientific papers, other publications and professional correspondence on statistical problems, 1952-1954.
  4. Correspondence 1952-1955
  5. Correspondence regarding his scientific papers, guest lectures and book reviews, invitations to conferences and personal and professional matters, 1955-1956.
  6. Professional correspondence from the UK and elsewhere, 1958-1959. A broad range of topics covered including book publications, applications for references, and discussion of points and problems raised in various scientific papers.
  7. Correspondence regarding a wide range of subjects, 1961-1963 and earlier letters. Subjects include requests for references and information, the publication of scientific papers, and the discussion of various statistical problems and points of interest, personal correspondence on his election to the Australian Academy of Science and other general correspondence. TWO FILES


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Correspondence (Cont'd)
  1. Correspondence 1963-1965. Varied in nature but generally includes personal correspondence, details of publication of scientific papers and monographs, and professional travel engagements, seminars and conferences and his reception of various awards.
  2. Correspondence 1965-1966. Many topics dealt with such as discussion of points raised in journal articles especially to do with statistics on mental health, contributions to the Berkley symposium 1965, much material on the publication of monographs and personal correspondence.
  3. Correspondence 1966-1967. Much correspondence received and dealt with while Moran was on study leave to USSR in 1966. Topics generally include visits to Australia by colleagues, abstracts for various papers, and discussion of various journal articles and statistical developments.
  4. Correspondence 1967. Many topics including personal correspondence, discussion of various statistical developments, and details of the publication of monographs and articles by Moran.
  5. Correspondence 1967-1968. Includes letters of varied subjects from colleagues from many national and international universities, organisations, societies and institutes, both professional and personal in nature.


18/8

Correspondence (Cont'd)
  1. Correspondence 1968. Many subjects in file including much correspondence with various associations for mental health in relation to statistics, correspondence to do with published statistical papers and problems, reports of Australian Academy of Science Council meetings and book reports, professional references and personal correspondence.
  2. Correspondence 1969. Many topics including professional correspondence and meetings with many statistical and other societies, discussion of recent statistical papers and problems, references, lecture and conference details and personal letters.
  3. Correspondence 1969-1970 File includes examination reports of thesis, symposium and seminar details, proceedings, and invitations, Australian Academy of Science Council information and Fellows Reports, job movements within the statistical field, correspondence with and details of various individuals, associations and societies in Moran's fields of interest, professional references, abstracts and reports of journal articles, monograph publication correspondence, and personal correspondence. TWO FILES


18/9

Correspondence (Cont'd)
  1. Correspondence 1970-1971. Topics mainly include professional references and recommendations, the publication of various articles and papers, information concerning different societies and associations, and papers and discussions about various conferences and symposiums.
  2. Correspondence 1971-1972. Topics include professional references and details of job movements in the statistical community, contributions to and publication of journal articles, symposium papers and invitations, book reports and abstracts and various association and society news and correspondence.
  3. Correspondence 1972-1973. Topics include requests for references and information, referee and thesis reports, the publication of scientific papers, the discussion of various statistical problems and points of interest, personal correspondence and correspondence with many associations and societies.
  4. Correspondence 1973. Subjects include varied professional correspondence, conference details and papers, job movements within the statistical field, references and personal letters.
  5. Correspondence 1973-1974. Subjects include various council and association reports and correspondence, publication of journal articles, references and thesis examination reports, job movements and applications within the statistical field, symposium information and general correspondence.


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Correspondence (Cont'd)
  1. Correspondence 1974. Topics include thesis examination reports, professional correspondence, job movements within the statistical field, various association and society correspondence and reports, symposium information, the discussion and publication of journal articles and personal correspondence.
  2. Correspondence 1974-1975. Subjects include references, publication of journal articles, discussion of statistical problems and developments, various association and society correspondence, reports, conference details and papers and personal correspondence.
  3. Correspondence 1975. Australian Academy of Science Council information and papers, referee reports and abstracts for journal papers and articles, various association and society newsletters, reports and correspondence, thesis examination reports, publication details of monographs and articles, job movements within the statistical field and personal correspondence.
  4. Correspondence 1976. Topics include Australian Academy of Science Council information, including the Annual General Meeting of 1976, referee reports for various university appointments and journal articles, job movements within the statistical field, discussion of statistical problems and recently published papers and personal correspondence.


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Correspondence (Cont'd)
  1. Correspondence 1976. Includes letters of varied subjects from colleagues from many national and international universities, organisations, societies and institutes, both professional and personal in nature.
  2. Correspondence 1976-1977. Topics include correspondence with various societies and associations, conference details, job movements and enquiries within the statistical field, references, publication details of articles and monographs, discussion of journal articles and current statistical problems and personal correspondence.
  3. Correspondence 1977. Topics include references and referee reports, publication of journal articles and papers, abstracts and thesis reports, job movements within the statistical field, association and society correspondence and conferences, Moran's election as a fellow to societies and personal correspondence.
  4. Correspondence 1978. Subjects include referee and thesis reports, association and society correspondence and conference details, job movements within the field, monograph publication and personal correspondence.
  5. Correspondence 1978. Subjects including examination reports of thesis, symposium and seminar details, proceedings, and invitations, Australian Academy of Science Council information and Fellows Reports, job movements within the statistical field, correspondence with and details of various individuals, associations and societies in Moran's fields of interest, professional references, abstracts and reports of journal articles, monograph publication correspondence, and personal correspondence.


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Correspondence (Cont'd)
  1. Correspondence 1978. Includes letters of varied subjects from colleagues from many national and international universities, organisations, societies and institutes, both professional and personal in nature.
  2. Correspondence 1979.
  3. Correspondence 1979.
  4. Correspondence 1979-1980. Topics include personal correspondence, Australian Academy of Science Council information and newsletters, professional references and university appointments, various society and association correspondence and discussion of statistical problems, and the publication of journal articles and monographs.


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Correspondence (Cont'd)
  1. Correspondence 1980-1981 and letters to publishers. Topics include personal and professional correspondence, various association and society correspondence and conference information, and job movements within the statistical field.
  2. Correspondence 1981. Topics include personal correspondence, society and association correspondence and conference details, job movements within the statistical field and references, the publication of journal articles and professional correspondence and discussion of statistical problems and developments.
  3. Correspondence 1981. Topics include Australian Academy of Science Council information and newsletter, referee reports and reference requests, personal correspondence, and the publication of journal articles and papers.


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Correspondence (Cont'd)
  1. Correspondence 1982. Topics include Australian Academy of Science Council information and reports, various society and association correspondence and newsletters, correspondence regarding the Australian National University Department of Statistics especially in regard to the retirement of Moran as its Head, and personal correspondence.
  2. Correspondence 1982. Australian Academy of Science Council and various society and association information, job movements within the statistical field, Moran's receipt of the Pitman Medal by the Statistical Society of Australia, journal contributions, referee reports and personal correspondence.
  3. Correspondence 1982. Content as above.
  4. Correspondence 1982. Content as above.
  5. Correspondence 1982. Content as above.


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Correspondence (Cont'd)
  1. Correspondence 1983. Includes Australian Academy of Science Council details, referee requests and reports, international diplomatic appeal information for particular scientists, thesis reports, personal correspondence especially to do with his retirement, various society and institute correspondence, information on the publication of journal articles, and job movements in the statistical and university fields. THREE FILES
  2. Correspondence 1984. Includes referee requests and reports, monograph drafts, various society and institute correspondence and meetings, details on journal articles and publication, papers on statistical and related problems and topics of interest, conferences of interest, and personal correspondence.
  3. Correspondence 1984. Includes referee requests and reports, grant and sponsorship applications and guidelines, Australian Research Grants scheme information, information on a part time library position at the Academy, draft statistical papers and journal articles, thesis reports and personal correspondence.


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Correspondence (Cont'd)
  1. Correspondence 1985. Includes referee requests and reports, job movements within the statistical field, draft statistical papers, reports and journal articles, thesis reports, various society and institute correspondence, and personal correspondence.
  2. Correspondence 1986. Includes personal correspondence, reports of various journal articles, draft statistical papers, Australian Research Grants Scheme applications, Australian Academy of Science committee information, requests for referee reports and various society information and correspondence.
  3. Correspondence 1987. Includes personal correspondence, referee reports and requests, comments and correspondence on papers and draft statistical papers, various committee and society information and correspondence, especially details on the Australia-China Council.
  4. Correspondence 1988. Small file includes requests for journal articles and contributions, society correspondence, and committee information.


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Research Notebooks
  1. Notebook entitled Physics III, 1936.
  2. Various Cambridge University Examination Papers 1936-1941.
  3. Notebook containing lectures by Professor Hardy, 1938-1939.
  4. Notebook entitled ASRLO Statistics, Cambridge. 1941-1944.
  5. Notebook entitled Distribution Functions, Cambridge. 1942.
  6. Notebook containing numerical calculations, 1943.


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Research Notebooks (Cont'd)
  1. Notebook containing Bartlett lectures on statistics, 1945.
  2. Notebook containing Bullard lectures on Economics, 1945.
  3. Notebook entitled Economics Littlewood 1, January 1946- March 1950.
  4. Notebook entitled Sampling Littlewood 2, February 1946-1949.
  5. Second Public Examination: Calculus of Finite Differences, Theory of Probability and the Mathematical Theory of Statistics, 1950.
  6. Notebook entitled Kendall Probability Theory Lectures, October 1946- May 1953.
  7. Notebook entitled Callus, 1947-1948.
  8. Notebook entitled Multivariate Analysis, ca 1948.
  9. Notebook entitled Sampford Sequential Analysis, 1948.
  10. Notebook entitled Finney Statistical Methods in Scientific Research, 1948.
  11. Notebook entitled Bioethics, 1948.
  12. Notebook entitled Finney Estimation by Sampling, 1949.


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Research Notebooks (Cont'd)
  1. Notebook entitled Mathematical Statistics 2, 1950.
  2. Notebook entitled Sampford Design 1, 1950.
  3. Notebook entitled Problems, 1951.
  4. Notebook entitled Statistical Methods in Social Sciences, 1952.
  5. Notebook entitled Mathematical Statistics 1, ca 1953.
  6. Notebook entitled Biology 2, ca 1954.
  7. Notebook entitled Biology 3, ca 1954.
  8. Notebook entitled Moyal, 1958.
  9. Notebook entitled Lectures on Genetics etc and containing notes on Number System, and general notes. ca 1962.


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Research Notebooks (Cont'd)
  1. Notebook entitled Lectures SGS 1972.
  2. Notebook entitled Calculator, ca 1974.
  3. Notebook entitled Draft; A Walk Down The Nevsky Prospect, My Family, The House Without Mirrors, nd
  4. Notebook entitled A Walk Down The Nevsky Prospect, and Notes on Early Research, Revised 1974.
  5. Notebook entitled Research 1977 May-
  6. Notebook entitled Research 1978 April-
  7. Notebook entitled Research September 1978-
  8. Notebook entitled Research July 1979, Also 1985 & 1986
  9. Notebook entitled Inference Lectures, ca. 1979.
  10. Diary of a trip to China. 1979.


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1-6. Research Notebooks (Cont'd)
  1. Notebook entitled Computer 2 1981-1982.
  2. Notebook entitled Computer 3 1982-1987.
  3. Notebook entitled Research 1982-1985.
  4. Notebook entitled Research 1983 and 1985, but contains research dated until 1987.
  5. Notebook entitled Biological Explanation Problem, ca. 1984.
  6. Notebook entitled Research 1987.
7. Working Papers
  1. Large file containing copies of Moran's referee reports on statistical theses. Various dates.


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Working Papers (Cont'd)
  1. Various papers, Problems of Biology, The Biological Mysteries, papers in other languages, The Progress of Statistical Science, various letters and memorandums within the Australian National University, ca. 1951-1952.
  2. ND- Normal Distribution, Various papers and calculations. ca. 1956-1976.
  3. Various papers, resumes, bibliographic resources etc. ca 1983.
  4. Various manuscripts, correspondence, thesis, proposals and book chapters, various dates; 1981-1983. TWO FILES.
  5. Handwritten mathematical calculations and equations, 1986.
  6. Proceedings of the Reservoir Yield Symposium, 1965, Oxford.


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1-20. Published Papers
  1. Various book reviews by Moran. Review of Mathematical Biophysics, by N. Rashevsky, 1948, in The Annals of Applied Biology, Vol. 36, No. 3 September 1949.
    Review of Stochastic Processes, by JL Doob, 1953 in The Journal of the American Statistical Association, Vol. 49, September 1954.
    Review of Queues and Inventories, by NU Prabhu, 1965, in The Annals of Mathematical Statistics, Vol. 37, No. 2, April 1966.
    Review of Neyman - From Life by Constance Reid, 1982, in The Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society, nd.
  2. Arithmetic and the Medical Detective, Handwritten article for the Mathematical Association, ca 1960's.
  3. Paper by Moran entitled Fitting a straight line when both variables are subject to error in Data Representation, 1970.
  4. Moran, PAP & Neyman, J, The IASPS and its Satellite Symposia reprinted from The Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Vol. 20, No. 2, 1971.
  5. The Volume Occupied by Normally Distributed Spheres, Several draft versions, ca. 1974.
  6. Moran, PAP, 1974, How to find out in Statistical and Probability Theory, photocopy of article.
  7. Handwritten draft of Moran's paper Notes on my Papers, ca 1975.
  8. Lecture given by Moran, Statistical Reasoning in Psychiatric Science, 6 April 1978.
  9. Calculation distribution for Kendall's t for n=30, 1980.
  10. Various drafts and final papers relating to the subject of assessment of risk. 1980-1983.
  11. Hammersley, JM & Moran, PAP, On Exchangeable antithetic variates, draft and correspondence, 1981.
  12. Remarks on experimentation latent structure analysis, 1984.
  13. Drafts of several papers, The Construction of Diagnostic Scales, [x2, third draft & typed] Calculation of Multivariate Normal Probabilities - Another Special Case, [first draft handwritten & typed] Orthant Probabilities and Gaussian Markov Processes, [typed] A Note on Evaluating Qyadrivariate Normal Orthant Probabilities, [first draft & handwritten] Notes on Australian Mathematicians, [typed], ca. 1985.
  14. Various statistical calculations, ca 1986.
  15. Construct data, ca 1986.
  16. Unpublished papers of Moran (listed below)

    Statistical reasoning in psychiatric science, 1978.

    What is the difference between ‘pure' and ‘applied' mathematics?, nd

    A note on myxomatosis epidemics, ca. 1958

    Probability and measure theory, ca 1960

    A note on suicide, homicide and influenza, 1969

    Testing for bimodality in multivariate populations, nd

    Statistical reasoning in psychiatric research, 1982

    Statistical reasoning in psychiatric science 1982

    A problem in geometrical sampling, nd

    A note on admissibility, nd

    The volume covered by spherically distributed spheres, nd.

    Statistical notes on climatic change, nd

    Remarks on risk in RDNA research, ca 1979.

  17. Handwritten bibliography of 3 items. nd.
  18. Photocopy of letter written by Moran to journal Nature entitled IQ Statistics, nd.
  19. Moran, PAP, Orthant Probabilities and Gaussian Markor Processes, nd.
  20. Moran, PAP, Common Fallacies in Statistical Analysis, nd.
21-25. Papers by Others
  1. The Analytical Language of John Wilkins, in Borges, Jorge Luis, Other Inquisitions 1937-1952, 1964.
  2. Bartlett, MS, Stochastic Processes. Notes of a course given at the University of North Carolina in the Fall Quarter, 1946.
  3. Curnow, Robert, Kirkwood, Tom & Mott, Richard, Statistical Analysis of DNA Sequences, hand-written, ca 1986.
  4. Daley, DJ, The Variation Distance Between Poisson Distributions, ca. 1979.
  5. Evans, WF, History of the CSIR Radiophysics Advisory Board 1939-1945., 1969.


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Papers By Others (Cont'd)
  1. Scientific papers on medical aspects of fluoridation (listed below) and correspondence with DI Diesendorf

    Fluoridation and cancer age-dependence of cancer mortality related to artificial fluoridation, 1977

    Fluoridation of water supplies and cancer- a possible association?, 1977

    Fluoridated drinking water and the occurrence of cancer, 1976

    Report of the Governor's commission on fluoridation, 1979

    A review of the current status of water fluoridation, nd

    Origins of human cancer, 1977

    Prepared statement of Arthur C Upton, MD Director of National Cancer Institute, nd

    Cancer- Fluoride, teeth and health, 1976

    Fluoridation of water and cancer mortality in the USA, 1977

    Mortality in areas containing natural fluoride in their water supplies, nd

    Cancer incidence in relation to fluoride level in water supplies, 1975

    Mortality in areas containing natural fluoride in their water supplies, taking account of socio-environmental factors and water hardness, 1974

    Letter by Dr LJ Kinlen to Dr J Beasley, 1979

    Status of court case West View Water Authority Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania by US Center for Disease Control, 1979

    Trends in urban mortality in relation to fluoridation status, 1978

    Report on fluoride intake in Michigan, 1978

    Mortality in selected cities with fluoridated and non-fluoridated water supplies, 1978

  2. Haas, Joan K, Willa Samuels, Helen & Trippel Simmons, Barbara, Appraising the Records of Modern Science and Technology: a guide, 1985.
  3. Portion of book by Peter Hall, On Confidence Intervals for Spatial Parameters Estimated from Non-Replicated Data, Introduction and chapter 1, 1986.
  4. Portions of book by Peter Hall, On Confidence Intervals for Spatial Parameters Estimated from Non-Replicated Data, Chapters 2 & 3, 1986.
  5. Portions of book by Peter Hall, On Confidence Intervals for Spatial Parameters Estimated from Non-Replicated Data, Chapter 4, 1986.
  6. Portions of book by Peter Hall, On Confidence Intervals for Spatial Parameters Estimated from Non-Replicated Data, Chapter 5, appendices and bibliography, 1986.
  7. Heyde, CC, On assessing the effect on humans of exposure to herbicides: a contentious contemporary problem in statistical inference, ca. 1983.
  8. Hudson, HM, An Approach to Multi-parameter Estimation, ca 1980.
  9. Kendall, MG, Sci-Poetry; A Contribution to Bayesian Inference; The Theory of Games and Decision Functions, 1972.
  10. Draft of chapters 3 and 4 of H O Lancaster's History of Medical Statistics and related correspondence 1987.
  11. Portion of Boundary Problems in Differential Equations, ed. Langer, 1960.
  12. MacDonagh, Oliver, The Nineteenth-Century College: Rise, Decline and Resurgence, nd.
  13. Merton, Robert K, Puritanism, Pietism, and Science, January 1936.
  14. Statistical Research at Princeton University supported by the Office of Naval Research 1946-1956, December 1956.


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1-8. Papers By Others (Cont'd)
  1. The Australian Physicist, Vol. 17, No. 3, April 1980.
  2. Two papers Notes on a Function Connected with Riemann's Zeta Function and Identities Connecting Derivatives of a Theta Function by JR Philip, with accompanying letter to JJ Mahony, 1983.
  3. Papers related to rainmaking not by Moran. Listed below

    An assessment of the Snowy Mountains cloud seeding experiment special report, 1959

    Field experimentation in weather modification, 1979

    Evidence of widespread effects of cloud seeding at two Arizona experiments, 1971

    Further studies of the Whitetop cloud-seeding experiment, 1971

    The management of weather resources Vol. 2: The role of statistics in weather resources management. 1978

    Weather modification law, controls, operations, ca 1964

    Draft report of the skyline conference on the design and conduct of research programs in weather modification, 1959

    Clouds and cells, 1933

    The Atlantic Ocean, 1927

    Towards new perspectives for Australian Meteorological Services, 1976

    On the distribution of statistics suitable for evaluating rainfall stimulation experiments, 1969

    Re-evaluation of the Arizona cloud-seeding experiment, randomization/timing of apparent effects, 1972

    Downwind and upwind effects in the Arizona cloud-seeding experiment, moving grid method/randomization, 1973

    Statistical design of an artificial rainfall stimulation experiment in Israel preliminary report, 1961

    Various correspondence and symposium information on rain making, various dates: 1959, 1961, 1971

  4. Roberts, PH, On random rotations, nd.
  5. Smyth, KG, Coupled and Separable Iterations in Non-Linear Estimation, PhD Thesis, September 1985,(acknowledges help from Moran)
  6. Willassen, Yngve, 1982, Testing hypotheses on the unidentifiable structural parameters in the classical ‘errors-invariables' model with application to Friedman's permanent income model.
  7. Zamolodchikov, AB, Tetrahedron Equations and the Relative S-Matrix of Straight-Strings in 2+1-Dimensions., 1981.
  8. Zubrzycki, J, 1973, Social Problems, Social Engineering and Statistics.
9-13. Australian National University
  1. The Australian National University Statistics IV Probability theory and classical statistics examination 1964.
  2. File entitled Australian National University Organisation of the Mathematical Disciplines. Includes Department of Mathematics Annual Reports 1977- 1978, committee information and minutes. Various dates.
  3. The Australian National University Memorandum work reports from tenured staff members 1981.
  4. Submission to the Review Committee of the Department of Statistics in the Research School of Social Sciences, 1982.
  5. The Australian National University Divisional Research Programs draft 1983.
14. Australian Academy of Science
  1. File includes records such as minutes, agendas, correspondence, proposals, reports concerning Basser Library, its collection and its operation and administration. ca 1974-1978.


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1-7. Australian Academy of Science (Cont'd)
  1. File includes records such as minutes, agendas, correspondence, proposals, reports concerning Basser Library, its collection and its operation and administration. ca 1978-1982.
  2. File includes records such as minutes, agendas, correspondence, proposals, reports of various Australian Academy of Science committees. ca 1976-1979.
  3. File includes Australian Academy of Science History and Philosophy of Australian Science Committee information, various newsletters on the history of Australian Science, History of Australian Science conference papers and reports from some scientific organisations on their history. ca 1982-1986.
  4. File includes records such as minutes, agendas, correspondence, proposals, reports of various Australian Academy of Science committees. ca 1980-1988.
  5. A copy of a report by a delegation of mathematicians sent by the Australian Academy of Science entitled A Visit to China, nd.
  6. A photocopy of the above report with comments from DG Kendall received 20/6/83.
  7. Remarks on risk in RDNA research ca 1979.
8-11. History of Science
  1. File entitled History of Science. Includes details of Australian Academy of Science National Committee for History and Philosophy of Science information. ca 1981-1982.
  2. File includes various newsletters on the history of Australian Science, Australian Academy of Science Heritage 200 Committee information, notebook entitled History of Science in Australia. ca 1985-1987.
  3. File entitled Notes on Australian Mathematicians. ca. 1980.
  4. File entitled CSIRO Division of Mathematics and Statistics DMS History. ca 1984-1986.


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Psychiatry
  1. Homosexuality and Schizophrenia Statistical Research. ca 1978 and earlier.
  2. Social Psychiatry Working Papers. 2 FILES. File 1 ca. 1977-1979. File 2 ca 1977-1981.
  3. Schizophrenia Genetics ca 1979.
  4. Psychiatry 3 Method. ca 1982.


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Psychiatry (Cont'd)
  1. Psychiatry 4. Combined research and correspondence with Eliot Slater. 1966-1973.
  2. Depression and Suicide Classification. Various charts. ca 1969-1975.
  3. Seasonality and Various Mental Disorders. ca 1975.
  4. Suicide in Australia. Various research. ca 1976.
  5. General psychiatric research, reports and correspondence with Edward Hare. 3 FILES. File 1 1976-1981. File 2 1979-1988. File 3 1966-1980.


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Miscellaneous, including organisations

    1. & 2.       File entitled Australian National Animal Health Laboratory, ANAHL. Includes reports, forum briefing notes, correspondence, working papers and drafts and journal articles. ca 1981-1982. TWO FILES.

  1. Photocopies of two letters from the Australian Scientific Research Liaison Office both dated 3 July 1945 upon Morans leaving the Office. One is a personal letter from Guy Gresford, Secretary, the other a reference from the Aeronautical Advisor.
  2. BMR Journal of Australian Geology and Geophysics Vol. 9, No. 2, June 1984.
  3. Correspondence, brochures, etc. relating to China trip 1980.
  4. Correspondence and book portions to do with John Clark's Latin Hexameter Machine, nd.
  5. CSIRO Division of Mathematics and Statistics Conference, Bathurst, 13-15 July 1983, Programme and Abstracts, 1983.


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Miscellaneous, including organisations (Cont'd)
  1. File entitled International Association for Statistics in Physical Sciences, IASPS, 1971.
  2. International Statistical Institute. Membership Directory. 1958.
  3. Various obituaries. nd.
  4. First Public Examination Honour Moderations in Mathematics 1979, Oxford University.
  5. Second Public Examination Honour School of Mathematics 1979, Oxford University.
  6. Group Photograph (b&w) which includes Moran, 15 July 1965.
  7. Notebook containing Royal Society Obituary Notices 1951-1986.
  8. Welcome address and dinner menu for Royal Statistical Society Conference, Cambridge, April 1987.
  9. What every young research student should read ca 1954.
  10. Miscellaneous journals and articles 1987. Includes information from The 46th Session of the International Statistical Institute, Mathematical Spectrum, Human Genetics Society of Australasia, International Statistical Review, RSS, Biometric Bulletin, the London Mathematical Society Newsletter and some draft statistical papers.

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