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Statistics: The Exploration and Analysis of Data

by Jay L. Devore

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Jay Devore and Roxy Peck's new book features analysis of data, often using real data, as the prime motivation for the study of statistics. Traditional in structure yet modern in spirit, the book incorporates material that reflects an increased emphasis on issues involved in data collection. Focusing on concepts rather than calculation, the authors place the emphasis in probability on intuition and simulation (rather than mathematical formalism and offer more examples and exercises in order to integrate description and exploration from the early chapters.

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