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A practical guide to Basic Statistical Techniques for Data Analysis in Cosmology

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A practical guide to Basic Statistical Techniques for Data Analysis in Cosmology
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 52

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This is the summary of 4 Lectures given at the XIX Canary islands winter school of Astrophysics: The Cosmic Microwave Background, from Quantum Fluctuations to the present Universe. Lectures were intended for master / beginning PhD students in cosmology.

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