I'm looking for good or reputable references (books, articles, possibly documentaries, instructional videos, podcasts or radio shows, etc.) directly related to the history of ethics in statistics.
The kind of references I'm looking for include:
- Biographies or accounts of historical events, prominently involving ethical issues directly related to statistics.
- The history of codes of conduct and ethical guidelines for statisticians.
I ask out of curiosity and for my personal instruction (not for professional purposes), so I don't mind resources focused only on a specific field of research (medicine, environment, etc.).