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Statistical models for proportions and probabilities / George A. F. Seber.

By: Seber, George A.F.
Material type: TextTextSeries: SpringerBriefs in statistics.Publisher: New York : Springer, c2013Description: viii, 69 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9783642390401; 9783642390418 .Subject(s): Mathematical statistics | StatisticsDDC classification: 519.5 Online resources: E-book Fulltext
Contents:
Table of contents Single Proportion -- Single Probability -- Several Proportions or Probabilities -- Multivariate Hypothesis Tests -- Logarithmic Models.
Summary: Summary: Methods for making inferences from data about one or more probabilities and proportions are a fundamental part of a statistician's toolbox and statistics courses. Unfortunately many of the quick, approximate methods currently taught have recently been found to be inappropriate. This monograph gives an up-to-date review of recent research on the topic and presents both exact methods and helpful approximations. Read more...
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Table of contents Single Proportion --
Single Probability --
Several Proportions or Probabilities --
Multivariate Hypothesis Tests --
Logarithmic Models.

Summary:
Methods for making inferences from data about one or more probabilities and proportions are a fundamental part of a statistician's toolbox and statistics courses. Unfortunately many of the quick, approximate methods currently taught have recently been found to be inappropriate. This monograph gives an up-to-date review of recent research on the topic and presents both exact methods and helpful approximations. Read more...

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