Talk:Anscombe transform

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I created this page since I believe this subject is missing to Wikipedia. This transformation is part of the common knowledge of people who do image processing in X-ray and Astronomy. Doing some researches on it for the purpose of this article I discovered that it is also used by statisticians before regression or Anova on poissonian data. I'll add a section about that while developping this article.

--Bixbis 19:08, 22 July 2007 (UTC)

As it stands now, the article makes no attempt at all to say what the Anscombe transform is. That should appear prominently. Michael Hardy 15:18, 29 July 2007 (UTC)