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#1 2022-08-01 07:28:36

666 bro
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textbook on statistics

I'm studying statisitcs in my college and i was looking for a references especially for random variables and inferences.
Would you prefer a textbook which helps to understand the same?


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#2 2022-08-02 10:44:59

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Re: textbook on statistics

Hey 666 bro,
I'd recommend the book Statistical Inference(ISBN-13:978-0534243128) by George Casella and Roger L. Berger. Statistics is quite the varied field and there's no one generally accepted view on how to approach it. But the book Statistical Inference is comprehensive, robust, and remarkably understandable.

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#3 2022-08-04 04:49:42

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Re: textbook on statistics

Mathegocart wrote:

Hey 666 bro,
I'd recommend the book Statistical Inference(ISBN-13:978-0534243128) by George Casella and Roger L. Berger. Statistics is quite the varied field and there's not one generally accepted view on how to approach it. But the book Statistical Inference is comprehensive, robust, and remarkably understandable.

thanks Mathegocart i'll have a look on that book.


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#4 2022-08-07 08:17:53

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Re: textbook on statistics

666 bro wrote:
Mathegocart wrote:

Hey 666 bro,
I'd recommend the book Statistical Inference(ISBN-13:978-0534243128) by George Casella and Roger L. Berger. Statistics is quite the varied field and there's not one generally accepted view on how to approach it. But the book Statistical Inference is comprehensive, robust, and remarkably understandable.

thanks Mathegocart i'll have a look on that book.

You're welcome. Let me know how your journey in statistics goes.


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#5 2022-08-09 05:50:35

666 bro
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Re: textbook on statistics

Yes now I'm studying statistics and mathematics at university and in free time i write funny programs on  r.
R is  open source statistical software which is beneficial for data analysis. But thinking about research in mathematical statistics.


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