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course in nonparametric statistics.

Jaroslav HaМЃjek

course in nonparametric statistics.

by Jaroslav HaМЃjek

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Published by Holden-Day in San Francisco, Cambridge .
Written in English


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SeriesHolden-Day series in probability and statistics
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Open LibraryOL16490631M

A thorough and definitive book that fully addresses traditional and modern-day topics of nonparametric statistics This book presents a practical approach to nonparametric statistical analysis and provides comprehensive coverage of both established and newly developed methods. With the use of MATLAB, the authors present information on theorems and rank . Summary. Proven Material for a Course on the Introduction to the Theory and/or on the Applications of Classical Nonparametric Methods. Since its first publication in , Nonparametric Statistical Inference has been widely regarded as the source for learning about nonparametric statistics. The fifth edition carries on this tradition while thoroughly revising at .

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  This book is recommended as a textbook for undergraduate and graduate courses in nonparametric regression. Only a basic knowledge of linear algebra and statistics is required. In addition, this is an excellent resource for researchers and engineers in such fields as pattern recognition, speech understanding, and data mining. There are several advantages of using nonparametric can be expected, since there are fewer assumptions that are made about the sample being studied, nonparametric statistics are usually wider in scope as compared to parametric statistics that actually assume a distribution. This is mainly the case when we do not know a lot about the sample we are .


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A Course in Nonparametric Statistics Hardcover – January 1, by m J Hajek (Author) See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: m J Hajek.

Useful to students and research workers This edition will be a good textbook for a beginning graduate-level course in nonparametric statistics. ― Journal of the American Statistical Association a good mix of nonparametric theory and methodology focused on traditional rank-based methods a good introduction to rank-based methods with a moderate amount of Cited by: All of Nonparametric Statistics: A Concise Course in Nonparametric Statistical Inference (Springer Texts in Statistics) Larry Wasserman.

out of 5 stars Kindle Edition. $ Nonparametric Statistical Methods (Wiley Series in Probability and Statistics Book Cited by: Both authors have taught a graduate level engineering course in nonparametric statistics and they both have done some research in nonparametric methods.

This text is very modern as it includes bootstrap methods, Bayesian nonparametric methods and wavelets with an eye toward engineering applications.

The book can be used as a primary text or supplement in a course on applied nonparametric or robust procedures and as a reference for researchers who need to implement nonparametric and rank-based methods in by: Now in its Third Edition, this classic text and reference book, written by a well-known Wiley author, is intended mainly for one-semester advanced undergraduate and undergrad/graduate introductory courses in nonparametric (or distribution free) statistics.

The book will also appeal to applied research workers as a quick reference to the most useful nonparametric methods. brief account of many of the modern topics in nonparametric inference. The book is aimed at master’s-level or Ph.D.-level statistics and computer science students.

It is also suitable for researchers in statistics, machine learn-ing and data mining who want to get up to speed quickly on modern non-parametric methods. Statistics Through Applications Book Summary: The NCTM urges the study of statistics in high school, and many schools have designed courses based on these NCTM recommendations.

Now from the authors of the overwhelming favorite for the AP Statistics course (The Practice of Statistics) comes the first text written exclusively for a non-AP level high introduction to statistics.

This book is pretty comprehensive for being a brief introductory book. This book covers all necessary content areas for an introduction to Statistics course for non-math majors. The text book provides an effective index, plenty of exercises, review questions, and practice tests.

It provides references and case studies/5(9). This book covers a much wider range of topics than a typical introductory text on mathematical statistics.

It includes modern topics like nonparametric curve estimation, bootstrapping and classification, topics that are usually relegated to follow-up courses. The reader is assumed to know calculus and a little linear algebra. An ideal text for an upper-level undergraduate or first-year graduate course, Nonparametric Statistical Methods, Second Edition is also an invaluable source for professionals who want to keep abreast of the latest developments within this dynamic branch of modern statistics.4/5(8).

The book has a mixture of methods and theory. Larry Wasserman is Professor of Statistics at Carnegie Mellon University and a member of the Center for Automated Learning and Discovery in the School of Computer Science.

His research areas include nonparametric inference, asymptotic theory, multiple testing, Cited by: The goal of this text is to provide the reader with a single book where they can find a brief account of many, modern topics in nonparametric inference.

The book is aimed at Master's level or Ph.D. level students in statistics, computer science, and : Springer-Verlag New York. The emphasis in this book is on the application of nonparametric statistical methods.

Wherever Wherever available, the examples and exercises use rea l. Although the NPAR1WAY procedure is specifically targeted for nonparametric analysis, many other proce-dures also perform nonparametric analyses.

Some general references on nonparametrics include Hollander and Wolfe (), Conover (), Gibbons and Chakraborti (), Hettmansperger (), Randles and Wolfe (), and Lehmann ().

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Notes for Nonparametric Statistics D Course evaluation Evaluation is done by means of two midterms plus an extra point for active participation in lessons Now in its Third Edition, this classic text and reference book, written by a well-known Wiley author, is intended mainly for one-semester advanced undergraduate and undergrad/graduate introductory courses in nonparametric (or distribution free) statistics.

The book will also appeal to applied research workers as a quick reference to the most /5(35). brief account of many of the modern topics in nonparametric inference. The book is aimed at Master’s level or Ph.D. level statistics and computer science students.

It is also suitable for researchers in statistics, machine learn-ing and data mining who want to get up to speed quickly on modern non-parametric methods. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hájek, Jaroslav.

Course in nonparametric statistics. San Francisco, Holden-Day [] (OCoLC). [NOTE: This is an older book, but an excellent one. If you can find a reasonably priced used copy, I highly recommend getting it.] Course Description —Nonparametric Statistical Methods (3) (Prereq: A grade of C or better in STAT or equivalent) Application of nonparametric statistical methods rather than mathematical development.

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