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 Title Engineering Statistics Handbook
 Author(s) NIST/SEMATECH
 Publisher: NIST/SEMATECH (20131030)
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Book Description
The goal of this handbook is to help scientists and engineers incorporate statistical methods in their work as efficiently as possible. Many parts of the book feature case studies or short examples with computations from Dataplot, the free, downloadable software.
This book, written for practicing engineers and scientists with little or no knowledge of statistical methods as well as those in intermediate and advanced levels who need a ready reference and refresher, covers a broad spectrum of statistical methods and concepts, and supplies specific information to particular engineering and scientific disciplines.
It may also benefit professionals in the biological and social sciences as well as those in the physical sciences and engineering.
Additionally, chapters on topics such as nonlinear regression, robust methods, multivariate procedures and Taguchi methods are also included. It contains information on the organization and management of a statistical consulting firm as well as cautionary information concerning the misuse of statistical techniques.
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