Statistical: Understanding Uncertainty is his thrid book in the field This book is written by Frank P. Soler, who has taught at all levels of secondary education: from Junior High School to High School to Community College to University. For six years, from the late 1970's ti the mid 1980's, he was a ical analyst for the United States Aerospace Program. Statistical: Understanding Uncertainty is his thrid book in the field of Statistics.
Calculator: The TI 83/83+ or 84/84+ graphic calculator are recommended but not required
Calculator: The TI 83/83+ or 84/84+ graphic calculator are recommended but not required. Software: The Math Lab software used in this course is in residence in the Math Computer Lab (rooms. Assigned but not collected. The book has many problems with Answers/Solutions in the Appendix (600+ out of 1400+ problems). That is a lot of problems and a lot of work, but it is the only way of mastering the material.
Understanding Uncertainty. a way to assess how new information decreases uncertainty and project risk. For further information. and an introduction to Bayesian statistics, see Hacking I: An Introduction to Probability and Inductive Logic. ing of prognoses, such as the distance to a drilling target. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 2001.
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Statistics: Understanding Uncertainty Paperback – 2008. by Frank P. Soler (Author). Understanding Uncertainty.
This is a book on the understanding of statistical concepts. If you have no knowledge, you will receive basic knowledge, without having to worry much about mathematics. And if you already know something about statistical methods, you will get a better understanding of the ideas behind them. All basic concepts are discussed in detail and illustrated with examples. Learn more about error margins, analysis of variance, significance, confidence intervals, bootstrap, regression, analysis of scale data, variance components and other concepts.
DENNIS V. LINDLEY is Professor Emeritus of Statistics and the former Head of Department at University College London.
Requiring only a basic understanding of mathematical concepts and operations, Understanding Uncertainty is useful as a text for all students who have probability or statistics as part of their course.
Requiring only a basic understanding of mathematical concepts and operations, Understanding Uncertainty is useful as a text for all students who have probability or statistics as part of their course, even at the most introductory level. Скачать (pdf, . 0 Mb) Читать. Epub FB2 mobi txt RTF.
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ISBN13: 9780974138701. Release Date: January 2003.