Some Quick References for statistics.
1- offline, i.e., independent from internet
2- soft-copy, i.e., (workable on a computer) not a hard-copied book or etc
3- intermediate to advanced a comprehensive
4- not an encyclopedia with many links to that page or other term
5- ...
6- free or almost free
7- reliable and professional
8- general, i.e., not dependent to specific software or package
9- ...
10- well classified terms
11- some you add.
By the way, I don't think the list of conditions is too long. That is what I and you need.
Find a prefect answer which is given bellow!


closed as too broad by kjetil b halvorsen, Dougal, mdewey, Michael Chernick, GeoMatt22 Apr 30 '17 at 16:58

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