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 Title: Introduction to Probability and Statistics Using R
 Author(s) G. Jay Kerns
 Publisher: Lulu.com
 Paperback: 386 pages
 eBook: PDF (412 pages, 1.3 MB)
 Language: English
 ISBN10: 0557249791
 ISBN13: 9780557249794
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Book Description
This book shows readers how to solve various statistical problems using both parametric and nonparametric techniques via the open source software R. It provides numerous realworld examples, carefully explained proofs, endofchapter problems, and illuminating graphs to facilitate handson learning.
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