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Introduction to Statistical Thought

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Introduction to Statistical Thought
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Number of pages: 434

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Upper undergraduate or introductory graduate book in statistical thinking for students with a solid background in calculus and the ability to think abstractly. The focus is on ideas and concepts, as opposed to technical details of how statisticians put those ideas into practice. The book uses computer simulations written with the statistical language R, which is available for free download.

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