Statistical Inference

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Brooks/Cole Publishing Company, 1990 - Mathematical statistics - 650 pages
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This text provides information on topics such as ancillarity, invariance, Bayesian methods, pivots, Stein estimation, errors in variables and inequalities. The authors discuss both theoretical statistics and the practical applications of the theoretical developments. Many ideas are introduced in the context of data analysis rather than pure mathematics.

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User Review  - Omar - Goodreads

Not bad but also not overly special. Self-instruction will be tough, but the solution manual may assist with that. Proofs are sometimes not provided which can make that harder. If taking as part of a formal course, make sure to engage the Professor or instructor on those more difficult matters. Read full review

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User Review  - Fleur_de_soie - Goodreads

Read this book because it is the text for our PhD Econometrics I course, also mainly because it is recommended by Professor D, so first comes his comments on the book. "The standard PhD level first ... Read full review


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Casella, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

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