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Probability and statistics with R

By: Ugarte, Maria Dolores.
Contributor(s): Militino, Ana F | Arnholt, Alan T.
Publisher: Boca Raton CRC Press 2008Description: xxvi, 700 p.ISBN: 9781584888918.Subject(s): Probabilities - Data processing | Statistics - Data processing | R (Computer program language)DDC classification: 519.20285 Summary: Comprehensive and engineering-oriented, Probability and Statistics with R provides a thorough treatment of probability statistics, clear and accessible real-world examples, and fully detailed proofs. The text step-by-step explains numerous examples in R and S-PLUS for nearly every topic covered, including both traditional and nonparametric techniques. With a wide range of graphs to illustrate complex material as well as a solutions manual, the book also offers an accompanying website that features supporting information, including datasets, functions, and other downloadable material. It is ideal for undergraduate students and for engineers and scientists who must perform statistical analyses. (Source: www.alibris.com)
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Comprehensive and engineering-oriented, Probability and Statistics with R provides a thorough treatment of probability statistics, clear and accessible real-world examples, and fully detailed proofs. The text step-by-step explains numerous examples in R and S-PLUS for nearly every topic covered, including both traditional and nonparametric techniques. With a wide range of graphs to illustrate complex material as well as a solutions manual, the book also offers an accompanying website that features supporting information, including datasets, functions, and other downloadable material. It is ideal for undergraduate students and for engineers and scientists who must perform statistical analyses. (Source: www.alibris.com)

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