Techniques of Mathematics for Statistics
- Course information, assessment procedures,
etc. See also the legal stuff to
be included with outlines.
of lectures, assignments and exams.
- The textbook - Advanced
Calculus with Applications in Statistics, by A. Khuri,
is summarized here.
It is only ‘recommended’, and we won’t follow it exactly, but it is a nice
read and can be a useful complement to the online notes. It has now been
around for a while and there are inexpensive copies available from a
variety of sources – Google it.
notes. These are constantly under revision – both before and after
- The importance of
clarity of exposition, and of grammatical correctness, in technical
writing cannot be over-emphasized. The best way to determine if you
understand what you are doing is to try to write it down in a form that
another reader can understand. Some comments along these lines are
included with the course information; for
some helpful resources see "Writing Aids" on my homepage. And
just in case you think I’m the only one being so fussy, see the advice from my colleague Byron Schmuland.
Statistics resources at U of A:
of Doug Wiens
of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences Home Page