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Bayesian Statistics the Fun Way

Bayesian Statistics the Fun Way

by Will Kurt
256 Pages · 2015 · 6 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
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Statistics Essentials For Dummies
by Deborah J. Rumsey
192 Pages · 2010 · · 2 Downloads · New!
Statistics Essentials For Dummies is teaching, probability, study, statics and mathematics guide that teaches the core concepts of statics and probability. Deborah J. Rumsey is the author of this magnificent book. This is an excellent guide which offers an overview of all the key concepts. The book contains topics which usually practice in the first semester or high school. Deborah explain each and everything in details that makes it easier for the students to learn. It includes an entire course on charts which allows students to get command on descriptive stats, standard deviation, charts, and graphs. Learn to distribute the values and understand the probabilities for the t, normal and binomial. How to perform the analysis, regression, manage hypothesis tests and confidence intervals. One chapter of limits which shows the procedure of Central Limit Theorem and the sampling distribution. Where to use Central Limits Theorem and how it can be used to manipulate the results.
Super Crunchers
by Ian Ayres
0 Pages · 2015 · 1.2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “Super Crunchers: Why Thinking-By-Numbers is the New Way To Be Smart” is an amazing book on the importance of data-driven decision making. Ian Ayres is the author of this informative book. Ian Ayres is the William K. Townsend Professor at Yale Law School and management. Ayres is the editor of the Journal of Law, Economics and organization. He has written for the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, International Herald Tribune, Financial Times and the New Republic. Super Crunchers is crucially about the impact of statistical analysis on real-world decisions. There are two main techniques for Super Crunching that is randomization and regression. Randomization is a present and real-time approach. Regression is a historical approach, it will make prediction more accurate. Regression makes predictions and tells you how precise the prediction is. It can tell us the weight to place upon various factors and simultaneously tell us how precisely it was able to estimate these weights.
The Black Swan
by Nassim Nicholas Taleb
366 Pages · 2007 · 3 MB · 3 Downloads · New!
The Black Swan is the social sciences, probability, philosophy and statics book that discusses the events happened in the last few decades. Nassim Nicholas Taleb is the author of this fascinating book. He is the bestselling author in the New York Times and surprised the reader with his critical writing. This is the second edition of “The Black Swan” and the previous book went viral among the readers. He talks about those events that are highly improbable and follows three principal characteristics. They are always unpredictable, have a large impact on society and it appears as random in the society. The 9/11 tragedy was the black swan where people begin to hate the Muslims and it raises the Islamophobia. There are plenty of reports that raise the question on the authorities of the government but the narration was already built. The whole world thinks that Muslims are terrorists and they promote terrorism but it not wrong.
Probability For Dummies
by Deborah J. Rumsey
384 Pages · 2006 · 4 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
Probability For Dummies is the teaching materials, probability, math, and statics book that covers tips and techniques to solve probability problems. Deborah J. Rumsey is the author of this outstanding book. It is a comprehensive guide that contains proven techniques and methods for solving probability problems. This book will change your chances of high probability and you will able to solve all the problems without any effort. It takes the reader step by step through different phases and techniques that make it even easier for the people to master it. Probability and statistics are some of the difficult subjects but Deborah makes it simple for us. This guide will help gamblers to resolve issues in the casino and get most of the games to manage to win. Everything is explained in easy and understandable that makes it simple for the students to master it. It contains the permutations and conquers combinations. Identify the probability models and how to expand the functionality from exponential to binomial. What is the best way to make wise decisions by using probability and how to get the maximum advantage from it? This book also provides an opportunity to play the odds in roulette, poker, and other games.
The Art of Statistics
by David Spiegelhalter
448 Pages · 2019 · 10 MB · 3,157 Downloads · New!
“The Art of Statistics: How to Learn from Data” is an informative book for all readers. David Spiegelhalter is the author of this excellent book. David Spiegelhalter is a British Statistician and Chair of the Winton Centre for Risk and Evidence Communication in the Statistical Laboratory at the University of Cambridge. He was also elected as President of the Royal Statistical Society for 2017-18. He was knighted for his services to statistical in 2014. The Art of Statistics could be considered just a new statistics text. It’s aiming is to increase the statistical literacy of the general public and taught with interesting real-life examples to be engaging and accessible.
Introductory Statistics(3th edition)
by Sheldon M. Ross
802 Pages · 2015 · 8.9 MB · 6 Downloads · New!
“Introductory Statistics(3th edition)” is a story of love, loss, heartbreak, and unbreakable bonds. This novel is written by Sheldon M. Ross.  This is a gorgeous story about how life doesn’t always work out the way we want it to, but if we’re willing, we can still make it a great life. It is a good compelling story, engaging, and easy to read. This is the perfect holiday novel, you can pick it up and get straight back into the story.