Advanced Statistics from an Elementary Point of View
- Michael Panik, University of Hartford, West Hartford, Connecticut, U.S.A.
Professionals seeking exposure to data analysis. Also advanced undergraduates or beginning graduate students majoring in mathematics, statistics, engineering, actuarial science, economics/finance and life sciences
- Published: October 2005
- Imprint: ACADEMIC PRESS
- ISBN: 978-0-12-088494-0
"I like the fact that this text contains information about descriptive statistics and sampling techniques...I also thought the discussion of limit laws was well-written. This text is a nice blend of applications and theory without focusing on proofs." -Laura McSweeney, Fairfield University "The main strength of the book is the great length that this author is willing to go in explaining concepts...This text covers quite a breadth of topics. With this text, it would be easy to use some of the sections that I would not cover in class." -Christopher Mecklin, Murray State University "The topics are comprehensive, there are thorough explanations, a good number of worked out examples, and clearly written proofs...including proofs that are not usually seen at this level. The contents are appealing." -Pierre Grillet, Tulane University -"Panik's goal is to make the book very accessible, and in this goal he succeeds. His exposition is quite clear and I found ti quite easy to follow his many examples." -MAA REVIEWS