Best Reference Books – Applied Statistics and Mathematical Statistics

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

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1. “Apllied Statistics and Mathematical Statistics” by S C Gupta

“Applied Statistics and Mathematical Statistics” Book Review: This book is beneficial for degree and postgraduate students. The book contains applications of statistics in industry, economics, agriculture, demography, education and psychology. Mathematical knowledge of calculus is needed to read the book. It has many illustrations and problems. The book covers topics on statistical quality control, time series, index numbers, demand analysis, analysis of variance, design of experiments, design of sample surveys, psychological and educational statistics and vital statistics. Exercises are provided at the end of each chapter for proper reference.

2. “Applied Statistics” by Parimal Mukhopadhyay

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“Applied Statistics” Book Review: This book acts as a guide for undergraduate (honours) and postgraduate students of statistics and mathematics. The book is also useful for students of other disciplines like economics, agricultural sciences and engineering.

3. “Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers” by Douglas C Montgomery and George C Runger

“Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers” Book Review: This book gives practical knowledge to engineering, chemical and physical sciences. The book contains unique problem sets to reflect realistic applications and situations. The book covers applied statistics and one or two term courses in probability.

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4. “Methods of Mathematics Applied to Calculus, Probability, and Statistics (Dover Books on Mathematics)” by Richard W Hamming

“Methods of Mathematics Applied to Calculus, Probability, and Statistics (Dover Books on Mathematics)” Book Review: This book covers applications of mathematical methods, topics related to other important fields such as probability and statistics. Knowledge of calculus is needed to understand mathematics in numerous areas. The book contains four part treatment, algebra and analytic geometry, calculus of algebraic functions and transcendental functions and applications. Three helpful appendices and practice answers are mentioned in the book. This book acts as a guide for advanced undergraduates and graduate students and is a practical reference for professionals.

5. “Applied Statistics for Business and Economics” by Robert M Leekley

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“Applied Statistics for Business and Economics” Book Review: The book provides students in business and social sciences an effective introduction to some of the most basic techniques available for understanding the world. The calculations can be performed using any standard spreadsheet package present in the book. The book has important examples to reflect real-life situations. The book covers basic probability tools, Bayes’ theorem, sampling, estimation and confidence intervals. The book also describes hypothesis samples, contingency tables, goodness-of-fit, analysis of variance and population variances. It covers concepts on the linear relationship between two numeric variables and potentially nonlinear relationships. The book highlights classical time-series analysis and ways to apply to business and economics. The book provides a practical understanding of statistics. The book will help students in summarizing data using graphs and charts and also make inferences from chapters.

6. “Applied Statistics: A Handbook of Techniques (Springer Series in Statistics)” by Lothar Sachs and Zenon Reynarowych

“Applied Statistics: A Handbook of Techniques (Springer Series in Statistics)” Book Review: This book is useful for research workers and consulting statisticians. The book introduces limited mathematics and important modern statistical methods. Focus is given on the basic principles of statistical formulation and explanation of the conditions under which a certain formula or a certain test is valid. This book is designed for non-mathematicians, technicians, engineers, executives, students, physicians as well as researchers in other disciplines. The book gives preference to the analysis of small sized samples and distribution-free methods. The book contains 440 numerical examples, 57 exercises with solutions, different compu­tational aids, bibliography and a very detailed index. The book gives a mathematician a practical use of statistics. The book also includes 232 mathematical and mathematical-statistical tables.

7. “Applied Statistics for Business and Management using Microsoft Excel” by Linda Herkenhoff and John Fogli

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“Applied Statistics for Business and Management using Microsoft Excel” Book Review: The book highlights capabilities of Microsoft Excel to teach applied statistics. It acts as a guide for students and practitioners who need to master excel to solve practical statistical problems in industry. This book is also useful for students who are mathematically inclined and wary of computers. The book explains students and practitioners to apply excel to statistical techniques in their courses and workplace. The book highlights the powerful computational ability and graphical functions to make learning statistics much easier. Statistical formulas, practice problems with solutions are provided at the end of each chapter to solve business problems.

8. “Computational Electromagnetics (Texts in Applied Mathematics)” by Anders Bondeson and Thomas Rylander

“Computational Electromagnetics (Texts in Applied Mathematics)” Book Review: This book discusses the important computational methods to solve problems in electromagnetics. The book includes “matlab code” throughout. Different techniques and exercises are provided in the book. The book introduces the most popular numerical methods for electromagnetic field, finite difference method, the finite element method and the method of moments. This book is beneficial for undergraduate and beginning graduate students with basic knowledge of electromagnetic field theory, numerical analysis, and MATLAB-programming. Maxwell’s equations, convergence analysis, extrapolation, von Neumann stability analysis and dispersion analysis are highlighted in this book.

9. “Mathematical Foundations of Neuroscience (Interdisciplinary Applied Mathematics)” by G Bard Ermentrout and David H Terman

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“Mathematical Foundations of Neuroscience (Interdisciplinary Applied Mathematics)” Book Review: This book highlights methods from nonlinear dynamics to problems in neuroscience. Modern mathematical approaches are used in this book to understand concepts and models of neuronal behaviour. This book is beneficial for the researchers interested in mathematics and neuroscience, and neuroscientists who would like to understand how to create models, as well as the mathematical and computational methods for analyzing them. The book describes numerical, analytical, dynamical systems and perturbation methods. Topics such as noise, multiple time scales and spatial interactions in generating complex activity patterns are mentioned in the book. Basic calculus and differential equations can form the core of a computational neuroscience course. The book contains many illustrations, chapter summaries and exercises in biology, computation and analysis.

10. “Methods of Applied Mathematics (Dover Books on Mathematics)” by Francis Begnaud Hildebrand
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