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Title : Introduction to the Theory of Statistics
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ISBN : 0111111111
ISBN13 : 978-0070428645
Format Type : Hardback
Language : Englisch
Publisher : McGraw Hill Inc.,US Auflage 3 1 Februar 1974
Number of Pages : 209 Pages
File Size : 561 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Introduction to the Theory of Statistics Reviews

  • Thomas
    2019-03-24 13:44

    Wer dieses Buch in die Hand nimmt, stolpert zunächst mal über das veraltete Layout aus den Siebzigerjahren. Dieses Buch hat schon über 40 Jahre auf dem Buckel und ist immer noch DAS Standardwerk für Statistiker! In der Uni sagt man: "Schau im MGB nach!"Was ist drin? Eine Auswahl von Themen, die ich persönlich wichtig finde:Eine abgespeckte Einführung in die Wahrscheinlichkeitstheorie, ohne maßtheoretische Grundlagen, Wahrscheinlichkeitsverteilungen, Ordnungsstatistik, Punktschätzung, Suffizienz, Konfidenzintervalle und simultane Konfidenzregionen, Auffinden unverzerrter (unbiased) Tests Kontingenztafeln, Chi-Quadrat-Tests, Multinomiale Verteilungen, Likelihood Ratio - Test. Zum Schluss noch ein bisschen Lineare Modelle und Nichtparametrik, gerade genug, um Lust auf Mehr zu machen!Es gibt viele Aufgaben (ohne Lösungsschlüssel!), an denen die Leser sich erproben können. Es lohnt sich unbedingt!Wer sich später mit Theorien wie Lineare Modelle, Nichtparametrik, Multivariate Statistik oder Zeitreihenanalyse beschäftigen will, braucht das Wissen von hier als Grundlage. Dieses Buch ist nichts für Leser (m/w), die nur die statistischen Standardverfahren aus Medizin, Soziologie, Wirtschaft kennen müssen. Es ist für Profis, die die Beweise der Theoreme verstehen wollen und für die Praxis nach neuen Wegen suchen!

  • None
    2019-03-16 10:58

    I am studying the book. However it is little bit difficult to solve the example without solution, so I wonder if the solution exist or not. If do, I would like to take the solution. let me know whether it's possible or not.

  • N. Mozahem
    2019-03-04 13:39

    This is an excellent book that does a great job of introducing the reader to the theory of statistics. The great thing about this textbook is that it takes you from square one to a pretty high level. There are a lot of examples which are included and the solutions are clear. It should be noted though that this is a book about mathematical statistics, and therefore it is not a cook book. The authors motivate the material, but there is a lot of math. However, the prerequisites are very basic (one year of calculus). By reading this book you will end up understanding the material instead of just memorizing the equation of a binomial distribution for example. I took off one star for two reasons. First, there are no answers to selected problems. I think that this is not acceptable for a textbook. I am not asking for the solutions, only the final answers to make sure that the work that I have done is correct. Second, the book barely mentions the topic of combinatorial analyses even though it (the book) does not suppose prior knowledge of probability. I think that this (minor) gap should be filled by including a small chapter on the topic at the start of the book, or at least as an appendix. Other than that, I highly recommend this book to everyone, even those studying social sciences. Most research methods will require you to understand the material in this book.

  • A. Rockwell
    2019-03-22 14:28

    It's assigned for a class, but the text portion seems at least readable and well written. It seems like an effective book for learning the material. I haven't tried any questions yet, so I can't review those.

  • Yufen
    2019-02-27 11:53

    The book is a good introduction to the subject and shows detailed and complete information related to the subject. It almost covers all the concepts and theorems, and it’s both a good reference book and reading material for students in this area.

  • Kevin Carl Santos
    2019-03-02 08:35

    good theoretical book for introductory probability and statistical inference. suitable for undergrad.

  • David
    2019-02-25 10:39

    Good book.