**Statistical Theory**

by Ryan Martin

**Publisher**: University of Illinois at Chicago 2015**Number of pages**: 117

**Description**:

Table of contents: Statistics and Sampling Distributions; Point Estimation Basics; Likelihood and Maximum Likelihood Estimation; Sufficiency and Minimum Variance Estimation; Hypothesis Testing; Bayesian Statistic; What Else is There to Learn?

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