Handbook of Statistical Methods for Engineers and Scientists
Sharpen your statistical skills practically overnight! To meed today's stringent qualilty standards--including ISO 9000 and QS9000--you need solid statistical know-how. Here's the one tool that makes complex statistical methods easier and more accessible than ever. Handbook of Statistical Methods for Engineers and Scientists, Second Edition. Harry M. Wadsworth walks you step-by-step through the full range of statistical techniques--matching how-to procedures to specific applications--making it a breeze to: master such important procedures as acceptance sampling and survey sampling; exploit advanced statistical techniques including multicollinearity and biased estimation in regression, nonlinear regression and time series analysis; take advantage of cutting-edge computer simulation methods and robust design techniques; and much more.
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