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  • By Joseph Hilbe on March 14, 2015

    I have written a number of books on statistical modeling and probability, and own what seems like a host of them. I saw this book in August 2014 at the annual convention of the American Statistical Association. When looking through it I thought it would be an ideal text to use for teaching basic probability to undergraduate students. I have the book now and have had a chance to read through much of it. It's a very well written and pedagogically sound text on the subject. Examples are fully worked out. so that students can see each step as a statistic is derived. With respect to examples -- I have no idea how they came up with so many very good examples. Its not easy to do.It's obvious that the authors have put a lot of work into this book, and it's a shame it hasn't received the recognition it deserves. The book is about 660 pages, and in paperback form sells for $60. Prices, of course, vary, but the point is that large sized texts like this usually sell for much more. A knowledge of elementary calculus is assumed, but it really is required if one is to obtain a decent understanding of basic probability theory. The fact that most all derivations are fully worked out makes this a truly reader-friendly text.I recommend this text for adoption in undergraduate courses on probability, and of course, for anyone who wants to learn about the subject on their own.


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