Logo

Seeing Theory: A visual introduction to probability and statistics

Small book cover: Seeing Theory: A visual introduction to probability and statistics

Seeing Theory: A visual introduction to probability and statistics
by

Publisher: Brown University
Number of pages: 66

Description:
The intent of the website and these notes is to provide an intuitive supplement to an introductory level probability and statistics course. The level is also aimed at students who are returning to the subject and would like a concise refresher on the material.

Home page url

Download or read it online for free here:
Download link
(320KB, PDF)

Similar books

Book cover: Lectures on Noise Sensitivity and PercolationLectures on Noise Sensitivity and Percolation
by - arXiv
The goal of this set of lectures is to combine two seemingly unrelated topics: (1) The study of Boolean functions, a field particularly active in computer science; (2) Some models in statistical physics, mostly percolation.
(10317 views)
Book cover: Convergence of Stochastic ProcessesConvergence of Stochastic Processes
by - Springer
Selected parts of empirical process theory, with applications to mathematical statistics. The book describes the combinatorial ideas needed to prove maximal inequalities for empirical processes indexed by classes of sets or classes of functions.
(13866 views)
Book cover: Introduction to Randomness and StatisticsIntroduction to Randomness and Statistics
by - arXiv
This is a practical introduction to randomness and data analysis, in particular in the context of computer simulations. At the beginning, the most basics concepts of probability are given, in particular discrete and continuous random variables.
(12462 views)
Book cover: A Minimum of Stochastics for ScientistsA Minimum of Stochastics for Scientists
by - Caltech
The book introduces students to the ideas and attitudes that underlie the statistical modeling of physical, chemical, biological systems. The text contains material the author have tried to convey to an audience composed mostly of graduate students.
(10724 views)