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Author  Title  Accn#  Year  Item Type  Claims 
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Douglas G. Martinson 
Quantitative methods of data analysis for the physical sciences and engineering 
026494 
2018 
Book 

2 
Claude A. Pruneau 
Data analysis techniques for physical scientists 
026279 
2017 
Book 

3 
Christopher M. Bishop 
Pattern recognition and machine learning 
026213 
2011 
Book 

4 
Randall Pruim 
Foundations and applications of statistics: An Introduction Using R 
026070 
2011 
Book 

5 
Dietrich Stoyan 
Fractals, random shapes and point fields: Methods of Geometrical Statistics 
026079 
1994 
Book 

6 
Frederick L. Coolidge 
Statistics: A Gentle Introduction 
024661 
2013 
Book 

7 
Markus Aschwanden 
Selforganized criticality in astrophysics: The Statistics of nonlinear processes in the universe 
024385 
2011 
Book 

8 
Bradley Efron 
Introduction to the bootstrap 
023404 
1994 
Book 

9 
Xin Yan 
Linear regression analysis: Theory and computing 
023030 
2009 
Book 

10 
A. A. Sveshnikov (ed.) 
Problems in probability theory, mathematical statistics and theory of random functions 
022611 
1968 
Book 


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Title  Quantitative methods of data analysis for the physical sciences and engineering 
Author(s)  Douglas G. Martinson 
Publication  Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2018. 
Description  xiv,614p. 
Abstract Note  This book provides thorough and comprehensive coverage of most of the new and important quantitative methods of data analysis for graduate students and practitioners. In recent years, data analysis methods have exploded alongside advanced computing power, and it is critical to understand such methods to get the most out of data, and to extract signal from noise. The book excels in explaining difficult concepts through simple explanations and detailed explanatory illustrations. Most unique is the focus on confidence limits for power spectra and their proper interpretation, something rare or completely missing in other books. Likewise, there is a thorough discussion of how to assess uncertainty via use of Expectancy, and the easy to apply and understand Bootstrap method. The book is written so that descriptions of each method are as selfcontained as possible. Many examples are presented to clarify interpretations, as are user tips in highlighted boxes. 
ISBN,Price  9781107029767 : £ 49.99(HB) 
Classification  519.22/.25

Keyword(s)  1. DATA ANALYSIS
2. PROBABILITY THEORY
3. SEQUENTIAL DATA ANALYSIS
4. STATISTICS

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Title  Data analysis techniques for physical scientists 
Author(s)  Claude A. Pruneau 
Publication  Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2017. 
Description  xiii, 704p. 
Abstract Note  A comprehensive guide to data analysis techniques for physical scientists, providing a valuable resource for advanced undergraduate and graduate students, as well as seasoned researchers. The book begins with an extensive discussion of the foundational concepts and methods of probability and statistics under both the frequentist and Bayesian interpretations of probability. It next presents basic concepts and techniques used for measurements of particle production crosssections, correlation functions, and particle identification. Much attention is devoted to notions of statistical and systematic errors, beginning with intuitive discussions and progressively introducing the more formal concepts of confidence intervals, credible range, and hypothesis testing. The book also includes an indepth discussion of the methods used to unfold or correct data for instrumental effects associated with measurement and process noise as well as particle and event losses, before ending with a presentation of elementary Monte Carlo techniques. 
ISBN,Price  9781108416788 : UKP 69.99(HB) 
Classification  53:681.3

Keyword(s)  1. DATA CORRECTION METHODS
2. EBOOK
3. EBOOK  CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
4. Kalman filtering
5. MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES
6. PROBABILITY
7. SIMULATION TECHNIQUES
8. STATISTICS

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Title  Statistics: A Gentle Introduction 
Author(s)  Frederick L. Coolidge 
Edition  3rd. 
Publication  London, Sage Publications, 2013. 
Description  xxiv, 458p. 
Abstract Note  Book is an introductory stats class neednât be difficult or dull! This textbook has been specifically designed to curtail studentsâ anxieties and minimize unnecessary formulas, while providing a comprehensive review of basic statistical designs and analyses. A wealth of additional realworld examples have been included to give a sense of how the science of statistics works, solves problems, and helps us make informed choices about the world we live in. The author minimizes the use of formulas, but provides a stepbystep approach to their solution, and includes a glossary of key terms, symbols, and definitions at the end of each chapter. Every chapter also includes a short story about historical and contemporary statisticians who figured prominently in the evolution of the discipline of statistics. New to the Third Edition is the thorough incorporation of SPSS throughout, more visual material and figures, and an enhanced treatment of effect sizes, and more detailed explanation of statistical concepts. 
ISBN,Price  9781412991711 : US $70.00(PB) 
Classification  519.22

Keyword(s)  1. ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE
2. ANOVA
3. DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS
4. STATISTICS
5. t TEST

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Title  Selforganized criticality in astrophysics: The Statistics of nonlinear processes in the universe 
Author(s)  Markus Aschwanden 
Publication  Heidelberg, Springer, 2011. 
Description  xiv, 416p. 
Abstract Note  The concept of 'selforganized criticality' (SOC) has been applied to a variety of problems, ranging from population growth and traffic jams to earthquakes, landslides and forest fires. The technique is now being applied to a wide range of phenomena in astrophysics, such as planetary magnetospheres, solar flares, cataclysmic variable stars, accretion disks, black holes and gammaray bursts, and also to phenomena in galactic physics and cosmology. Selforganized Criticality in Astrophysics introduces the concept of SOC and shows that, due to its universality and ubiquity, it is a law of nature. The theoretical framework and specific physical models are described, together with a range of applications in various aspects of astrophyics. The mathematical techniques, including the statistics of random processes, time series analysis, time scale and waiting time distributions, are presented and the results are applied to specific observations of astrophysical phenomena. 
ISBN,Price  9783642150005 : Euro 89.95(HB) 
Classification  521/8:530.16

Keyword(s)  1. ASTROPHYSICS
2. NONLINEAR PROCESSES
3. NONLINEAR THEORIES
4. SELFORGANIZED CRITICALIT
5. SOLAR FLARES
6. STATISTICS
7. STELLAR FLARES

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