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A valuable new edition of the complete guide to modern statistical computing
Computational Statistics, Second Edition continues to serve as a comprehensive guide to the theory and practice of statistical computing. Like its predecessor, the new edition spans a broad range of modern and classic topics including optimization, integration, Monte Carlo methods, bootstrapping, density estimation and smoothing. Algorithms are explained both conceptually and by using step-by-step descriptions, and are illustrated with detailed examples and exercises.
Important features of this Second Edition include:
* Examples based on real-world applications from various fields including genetics, ecology, economics, network systems, biology, and medicine
* Explanations of how computational methods are important components of major statistical approaches such as Bayesian models, linear and generalized linear models, random effects models, survival models, and hidden Markov models
* Expanded coverage of Markov chain Monte Carlo methods
* New topics such as sequential sampling methods, particle filters, derivative free optimization, bootstrapping dependent data, and adaptive MCMC
* New exercises and examples that help readers develop the skills needed to apply computational methods to a broad array of statistical problems
* A companion website offering datasets and code in the R software package
Computational Statistics, Second Edition is perfect for advanced undergraduate or graduate courses in statistical computing and as a reference for practicing statisticians.

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

GEOF H. GIVENS, PhD, is Associate Professor in the Department of Statistics at Colorado State University. He serves as Associate Editor for Computational Statistics and Data Analysis. His research interests include statistical problems in wildlife conservation biology including ecology, population modeling and management, and automated computer face recognition.
JENNIFER A. HOETING, PhD, is Professor in the Department of Statistics at Colorado State University. She is an award-winning teacher who co-leads large research efforts for the National Science Foundation. She has served as associate editor for the Journal of the American Statistical Association and Environmetrics. Her research interests include spatial statistics, Bayesian methods, and model selection.
Givens and Hoeting have taught graduate courses on computational statistics for nearly twenty years, and short courses to leading statisticians and scientists around the world.


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5.0 von 5 Sternen Consider to read this book if you are diving into ... 9. Juni 2016
Von Jose Antonio - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Consider to read this book if you are diving into the statistics world. I use it because I am coursing a Masters degree in statistics; otherwise just search for something on the internet
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Overall a good book with some minor flaws .... 8. April 2013
Von Anmol Sethy - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I am using this as the main textbook in one of my courses on Computational Statistics. After going through the book for four months now, I feel the book does a reasonably good job of explaining the theoretical under pinning of the subject area without getting too mathematical (given the subject, its impossible to do it without mathematics). However, I think many examples that the book takes up could have been discussed in more detail. Very often, while going through the examples, I felt that the authors gloss over several details which might not be that obvious to a reader.
Also, for the end of the chapter programming exercises, it might be worthwhile to give some point estimates of the final solution if possible. Otherwise, attempting them just becomes equivalent to shooting in the dark.
3.0 von 5 Sternen Three Stars 26. Mai 2015
Von Anthony R. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Ok book has some errors thou. It was interesting to see how they implement numerical methods for statistics.
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