An Introduction to Error Analysis: The Study of Uncertainties in Physical Measurements
This best-selling text by John Taylor, now released in its second edition, introduces the study of uncertainties to lower division science students. Assuming no prior knowledge, the author introduces error analysis through the use of familiar examples ranging from carpentry to well-known historic experiments. Pertinent worked examples, simple exercises throughout the text, and numerous chapter-ending problems combine to make the book ideal for use in physics, chemistry, and engineering lab courses. The first edition of this book has been translated into six languages.
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Review: An Introduction To Error Analysis: The Study Of Uncertainties In Physical MeasurementsUser Review - dead letter office - Goodreads
Good (very) basic introduction to the analysis of uncertainty. Written with undergraduate physicists in mind, and he does a good job communicating the intuition involved in handling uncertainty. Good ... Read full review
Review: An Introduction To Error Analysis: The Study Of Uncertainties In Physical MeasurementsUser Review - Goodreads
At first the book seemed to be a little too school-ish and simple. Yet it contains all the necessary basis information to start understanding uncertainties. Just what I needed.