The book is an examination of how statistics has evolved over the past sixty years—an aerial view of a vast subject, but seen from the height of a small plane, not a jetliner or satellite.
The individual chapters take up a series of influential topics—generalized linear models, survival analysis, the jackknife and bootstrap, false discovery rates, empirical Bayes, MCMC, neural nets, and a dozen more—describing for each the key methodological developments and their inferential justification.
|Book Name :||Computer Age Statistical Inference|
|Author :||Bradley Efron,|
|Published By :||Cambridge University Press|
|Page number :||491|
|File size :||3.5 MB|
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