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Recommended Books on Advanced Statistical Inference [duplicate]

Can anyone suggest a nice book on advanced classical statistical inference? Thanks.
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I want to get a Ph.D. in statistics. What books should I read after Elementary Statistics? [duplicate]

It has been some time since I've been in a statistics course. I actually have a degree in statistics but it has been some time, so I can't recall the upper level stats. I know Elementary Statistics ...
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Where can I find materials for an Advanced Statistics course? [duplicate]

I'm attending a course in Advanced Statistics and I want to find materials and exercises (like the MIT Open Courses) which cover the syllabus. We're using the book Stochastic Modeling and Mathematical ...
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What book would you recommend for non-statistician scientists?

What book would you recommend for scientists who are not statisticians? Clear delivery is most appreciated. As well as the explanation of the appropriate techniques and methods for typical tasks: ...
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What is the best book about generalized linear models for novices?

I'm still pretty new to generalized linear models, and I struggle with a lot of the notation in most of the GLM texts I've picked up. Are there extremely popular GLM books that lend themselves better ...
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Choosing between “Statistics” by Freedman et al., and “Statistical Models: Theory and Practice” by Freedman

I'm not a statistician, but I'm very interested in statistics and I'd like to buy a book to keep as a reference. I have a few books on specific subjects (such as The Elements of Statistical Learning ...
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Frequentist statistics references for someone well versed in modern probability theory

Coming from a rigorous background in analysis and modern probability theory, I find Bayesian statistics straightforward and easy to understand, and frequentist statistics incredibly confusing and ...
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rigorous statistical-inference book recommendation

I'm a first-year graduate student working on probability and I am learning statistical inference by myself, I have skimmed through a few books like Casella /Hoggs but I find they omitted lots of ...
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Subjects in machine learning [duplicate]

I'm in the second year of my mechanical engineering bachelor and I've recently started exploring the field of machine learning online. My question is this: which specific subjects do people learn, and ...
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Machine learning self-learning book? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Machine learning cookbook / reference card / cheatsheet? I wonder if there is a good self-learning textbook for machine learning? I am particularly looking for those in ...
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Theory behind non-linear mixed effect models

I'm fairly new to this site. I'm currently doing some research work that involves the use of non-linear mixed effect model on longitudinal data (R). I'm presently using Pinheiro and Bates' book, Mixed-...
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Market researcher looking for book recommendation

As a market researcher I am frequently around discussions on multivariate techniques, regressions (linear and logistic), working with survey data, choice based designs, weighting data and occasionally ...