Practical Statistics Books
Statistical techniques are used everywhere, and there are many books that can help you get to grips with the theory. But what about learning to use the techniques in the real world using real data? This selection of books aims to let the reader do just that.
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Survival Analysis for Epidemiologic and Medical Research
For readers with a minimal background in statistics, this text shows how to analyze and interpret epidemiological and medical survival data.
Published May 2008 | Paperback | ISBN-13:9780521719377 | In stock
Numerical Recipes 3rd Edition
The Art of Scientific Computing
William H. Press, Saul A. Teukolsky, William T. Vetterling, Brian P. Flannery
The essential text and reference for modern scientific computing now also covers computational geometry, classification and inference, and much more.
Published September 2007 | Hardback | ISBN-13:9780521880688 | In stock
Secondary Data Sources for Public Health
A Practical Guide
A practical introduction to secondary data analysis, with a list of major sources in the United States.
Published May 2007 | Paperback | ISBN-13:9780521690232 | In stock
Statistics for Real-Life Sample Surveys
Non-Simple-Random Samples and Weighted Data
Sergey Dorofeev, Peter Grant
Introduces challenges of less-than-perfect samples, giving background knowledge, practical guidance and realistic and implementable solutions.
Published July 2006 | Paperback | ISBN-13:9780521674652 (ISBN-10:0521674654) | In stock
Computational and Mathematical Modeling in the Social Sciences
Scott de Marchi
Offers an overview of mathematical modeling concentrating on game theory, statistics and computational modeling.
Published November 2005 | Paperback | ISBN-13:9780521619134 (ISBN-10:0521619130) | In stock