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Selected tables in mathematical statistics
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Book Description: This book is exclusively devoted to the tables of mathematical statistics. It catalogues a large selection of tables in the field of mathematical statistics, with a small selection of mathematical tables lying outside statistics but often used with statistical tables.
Selected tables in mathematical statistics / Author: Edited by the Institute of Mathematical Statistics. Coeditors: H. Harter and D. Owen. Mathematical Statistics: Basic Ideas and Selected Topics, Volume II - CRC Press Book Mathematical Statistics: Basic Ideas and Selected Topics, Volume II presents important statistical concepts, methods, and tools not covered in the authors’ previous volume.
Preface: Mathematical Statistics. After teaching mathematical statistics for several years using chalk on a black- board (and, later, smelly “dry erase markers” on a whiteboard) mostly doing proofs of theorems, I decided to lecture from computer slides that provide an outline of the “big picture”.
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Mathematical Statistics: Basic Ideas and Selected Topics, Vol I, 2nd Edition Peter J. Bickel, University of California, Berkeley Kjell A. Doksum, University of California, BerkeleyAvailability: This title is out of print.
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