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The most up-to-date dictionary of its kind, this authoritative reference tool covers a broad range of statistical terms in a clear and jargon-free style. Written by authorities in the field, this dictionary will provide concise definitions of all the terms likely to be encountered by students of statistics, and anyone who comes into contact with statistical terms will find this dictionary an indispensable source of reference. The entries are also generously illustrated with useful figures and diagrams. Appendices feature a historical calendar of important statistical events, and tables of statistical and mathematical notation.
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Graham Upton is Reader in Statistics and Head of the Mathematical Department at the University of Essex. Dr Upton is the author of over 70 papers and five books, including Understanding Statistics with Ian Cook, and Introducing Statistics, also with Ian Cook. Ian Cook is a graduate of Cambridge, London, and Hull, where he was a lecturer in mathematics. He has been a Chief Examiner in Mathematics at A Level for 30 years, setting questions in all branches of mathematics and statistics. He acts as a referee for articles in the Mathematical Gazette and Teaching Statistics.
`Review from previous edition this gem of statistical terms is highly recommended to users of statistics at all levels'
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