Best Reference Books – Advance Multivariate Analysis

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Advance Multivariate Analysis subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Advance Multivariate Analysis along with reviews.

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1. “Advances in Multivariate Statistical Analysis: Pillai Memorial Volume (Theory and Decision Library B)” by Arjun K Gupta

“Advances in Multivariate Statistical Analysis: Pillai Memorial Volume (Theory and Decision Library B)” Book Review: The book is useful for researchers and for all those who are interested in knowing about multivariate statistical analysis. It gives information about various developments in the field of multivariate statistical analysis. The book shows the contribution of renowned scientist, professor K.C. Shreedharan Pillai in this field.

2. “Advances in Multivariate Data Analysis: Proceedings of the Meeting of the Classification and Data Analysis” by Hans-Hermann Bock and Marcello Chiodi

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“Advances in Multivariate Data Analysis: Proceedings of the Meeting of the Classification and Data Analysis” Book Review: The book gives theoretical and practical approach towards researches in the field of multivariate data analysis. It explains the use of multivariate methods in economics, medicine, environment and biology.

3. “Recent Advances in Descriptive Multivariate Analysis (Royal Statistical Society Series)” by Wojtek J Krzanowski
4. “Multilevel Modeling: Methodological Advances, Issues, and Applications (Multivariate Applications Series)” by Steven P. Reise and Naihua Duan

“Multilevel Modeling: Methodological Advances, Issues, and Applications (Multivariate Applications Series)” Book Review: This book is valuable for graduate students and researchers, who are involved in multilevel modeling (MLM). The book gives developments in the field of MLM. It explains the difficulties of using MLM in power, experimental design and model violations. The book describes growth modeling, repeated measures analysis, nonlinear modeling, outlier detection and meta analysis.

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5. “Advances in Multivariate Statistical Methods (Statistical Science and Interdisciplinary Research)” by Sengupta Ashis

“Advances in Multivariate Statistical Methods (Statistical Science and Interdisciplinary Research)” Book Review: The book is helpful for researchers, professionals and students. It discusses various researches in multivariate statistical methods. The book also contains applications of these methods. It includes bioinformatics, categorical data and clinical trials, econometrics and sample survey and statistical process control. The book presents longitudinal data analysis and microarray data analysis.

6. “Advances in Statistical Monitoring of Complex Multivariate Processes” by Uwe Kruger and Lei Xie

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“Advances in Statistical Monitoring of Complex Multivariate Processes” Book Review: The book is beneficial for students, researchers and practitioners. The book gives developments in statistics based process monitoring in mechanical and manufacturing engineering. It describes the details about component technology. The book discusses cross-disciplinary utilisation in chemical, mechanical and manufacturing engineering. It also presents industrial applications. The book consists of various examples and exercise questions.

7. “Multivariate Statistical Methods in Physical Anthropology: A Review of Recent Advances and Current Developments” by G N van Vark and W W Howells

“Multivariate Statistical Methods in Physical Anthropology: A Review of Recent Advances and Current Developments” Book Review: The book will be a suitable text for mathematical statisticians, anthropologists and human geneticists. The book consists of new methods of physical anthropology. It also gives the applications of physical anthropology. The book describes uses and disadvantages of mathematical models and methods in physical anthropology.

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8. “Multivariate Bonferroni-Type Inequalities: Theory and Applications” by John Chen

“Multivariate Bonferroni-Type Inequalities: Theory and Applications” Book Review: This book discusses the concepts, methods and applications of probability inequalities. The book describes the method of linear programming for multivariate bounds and for bivariate upper and lower bounds. It explains the bounds using hamilton circuits. The book discusses the applications of multivariate Bonferroni-type inequalities. The book gives an optimization algorithm for bivariate and multivariate lower bounds. It gives applications of probability inequalities in molecular cancer therapy and big data analysis. The book presents vectorized high-dimensional lower bounds with refinements, such as Hamilton-type circuits and sub-Markovin events.

9. “Applied Multivariate Statistical Analysi” by Johnson/Wichern
10. “Multivariate Data Analysis” by Hair

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“Multivariate Data Analysis” Book Review: This book is useful for students to understand multivariate data analysis. The book gives applications of multivariate analysis. It helps the readers in understanding and using the results of specific statistical techniques. The book describes developments in technology, capability and mathematical techniques. The book discusses structural equations modeling.

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