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Simultaneous inference in epidemiological studies. International Journal of Epidemiology , — Some difficulties encountered in using and interpreting significance tests in both exploratory and hypothesis testing epidemiological studies are discussed. Special consideration is given to the problems of simultaneous statistical inference—how are inferences to be modified when many significance tests are performed on the same set of data?
Essential Statistical Inference: Theory and Methods
In recent years the authors have jointly worked on variable selection methods. It succeeded in being at the perfect level to be beneficial to every statistic student. To the theoretically minded student it brings an exposure to how applications motivates statistics while to the applied student it gives theoretically motivated understanding of why the methods work. It also contains explanation of numerical methods including some implementation in R. This book will surely become a widely used text for second-year graduate courses on inference, as well as an invaluable reference for statistical researchers. Shinohara, The American Statistician, Vol. Chopra, Mathematical Reviews, August,
This authoritative book draws on the latest research to explore the interplay of high-dimensional statistics with optimization. Through an accessible analysis of fundamental problems of hypothesis testing and signal recovery, Anatoli Juditsky and Arkadi Nemirovski show how convex optimization theory can be used to devise and analyze near-optimal statistical inferences. Statistical Inference via Convex Optimization is an essential resource for optimization specialists who are new to statistics and its applications, and for data scientists who want to improve their optimization methods. Juditsky and Nemirovski provide the first systematic treatment of the statistical techniques that have arisen from advances in the theory of optimization. They focus on four well-known statistical problems—sparse recovery, hypothesis testing, and recovery from indirect observations of both signals and functions of signals—demonstrating how they can be solved more efficiently as convex optimization problems. The emphasis throughout is on achieving the best possible statistical performance.
Essential Statistical Inference
Du kanske gillar. Refactoring Martin Fowler Inbunden. Ladda ned. Spara som favorit. Skickas inom vardagar. This book is for students and researchers who have had a first year graduate level mathematical statistics course. It covers classical likelihood, Bayesian, and permutation inference; an introduction to basic asymptotic distribution theory; and modern topics like M-estimation, the jackknife, and the bootstrap.
Guide for Authors
The Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference offers itself as a multifaceted and all-inclusive bridge between classical aspects of statistics and probability , and the emerging interdisciplinary aspects that have a potential of revolutionizing the subject. While we maintain our traditional strength in statistical inference , design, classical probability, and large sample methods, we also have a far more inclusive and broadened scope to keep up with the new problems that confront us as statisticians, mathematicians, and scientists, such as clustering, post model selection inference, deep learning and random networks. We publish high quality articles in all branches of statistics, probability, discrete mathematics , machine learning , and bioinformatics.
Bayesianism and frequentism are the two grand schools of statistical inference, divided by fundamentally different philosophical assumptions and mathematical methods. Bayesian inference models the subjective credibility of a hypothesis given a body of evidence, whereas frequentists focus on the reliability of inferential procedures. Keywords: probability , statistical inference , Bayesianism , frequentism , p-value.
This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Brier Maylada. With The book can tend to be a bit short in its explanations though. Chapters provide plenty of interesting examples illustrating either the basic concepts of probability or the basic techniques of finding distribution. Howe confident are we that the the results from the data represent the larger population from which the data are drawn?