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Crawley 2005

Statistics: An Introduction using R

by Michael J. Crawley (Author)                                              

 

Paperback: 342 pages
Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (May 6, 2005)
ISBN-13: 978-0470022986

 

AMAZON.COM RANKING = 8
Science › Mathematics › Applied › Probability & Statistics › "r"

 

  

Winner! Best Introductory Statistics book

Summary Review: This book is a very good statistics book AND a very good introduction to R!  A truly winning combination.  Its main competitor, Dalgaard's Introductory Statistics with R (2008), is very R focused and a bit hard to get started with if you have no knowledge of R or of programming in general.  This book really helps you focus on the statistics and gets you going with R programming with comfort, even if you have no prior experience with programming.  Highly recommended- even if you already own a copy of Dalgaard (2008)!  For example, one grad student in the review who is taking a course in Stats based on Dalgaard (required purchase), also bought a copy of this book because it was so much easier to dive into.

February 3, 2009

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