An Introduction to Mathematical Statistics

An Introduction to Mathematical Statistics

Amsterdam University | English | 2018 | ISBN-10: 9462985103 | 384 Pages | PDF | 8.80 mb
by Fetsje Bijma (Author),? Marianne Jonker (Author),? Aad van der Vaart (Author)

The field of statistics focuses on drawing conclusions from data by modeling and analyzing the data using probabilistic models. The authors of this introductory text describe three key concepts from statistics-estimators, tests, and confidence regions-which they demonstrate and apply in an extensive variety of examples and case studies. An entire chapter covers regression models, including linear regression and analysis of variance. This book, designed for students, assumes a basic knowledge of probability theory, calculus, and linear algebra

About the Author
Fetsje Bijma worked as an assistant professor of mathematics at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam for ten years.
Marianne Jonker is a biostatistician at the Radboud University Medical Center in Nijmegen.
Aad van der Vaart is professor of stochastics at Leiden University.

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