Pearson; 1st edition
Probability and Statistics for Engineers and Scientists with R (PDF) is a textbook that originated from the author’s notes for a course that he has been instructing undergraduate students in for a number of years. His students come from a variety of academic backgrounds. College students are quickly drawn in due to the early introduction of the major topics, which also assists them in seeing the bigger picture and establishes a suitable tone for the remainder of the class. The early introduction to these issues helps all students establish a true comprehension of the concepts, while the later chapters develop, revisit, and codify the information that was presented in the earlier chapters. The PDF eBook makes use of the statistical software R, which is both extremely popular and completely free to download and use (thanks to the Free Software Foundation). In contrast to other ebooks written for the audience that will be reading this one, the one written by Akritas places a strong emphasis not only on the interpretation of software output, but also on the generation of output in the software. The applications are not only pertinent and varied, but also come from a wide array of sectors.
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