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Statistics for Experimenters: Design, Innovation, and Discovery

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A Classic adapted to modern times

Rewritten and updated, this new edition of Statistics for Experimenters adopts the same approaches as the landmark First Edition by teaching with examples, readily understood graphics, and the appropriate use of computers. Catalyzing innovation, problem solving, and discovery, the Second Edition provides experimenters with the scientific an

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Hardcover, 633 pages
Published June 1st 2005 by John Wiley & Sons (first published June 22nd 1978)
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David
Aug 05, 2007 David rated it it was amazing
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OK. Obviously not a book for everyone. But if I had to choose one statistics book to take with me on a desert island, this would be the one. (And I've co-authored a statistics book).

Deservedly recognized as a classic. One of the high points of my (professional) life was when I attended a Gordon conference in New Hampshire back in 1984, I got to swim in the same swimming hole with all three authors of this book. Sadly, Bill Hunter died not too long thereafter.
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Feb 01, 2014 Ajt568 rated it really liked it
Only on page 46 so far but the overview of stats required for the rest of the book is good. My biggest gripe with it is that it is sloppy with the use of Greek letters. Nu and upsilon are thoroughly confused for example on pages 46-47. So it's a lovely book but one has to take care. I am reading it as it concerns DOE.
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