Ideal reference for all Mathematica users performing statistical analyses. Topics correspond to those in a typical, two-semester introduction to statistics, with an emphasis on applications to various fields. Includes a CD-ROM containing all Mathematica inputs from the text and also numerous procedures to extend Mathematica's built-in statistical capabilities.
Data and File Manipulation with Mathematica | Univariate Methods for Describing Data | Multivariate Methods for Describing Data | Tabular and Graphical Methods for Presenting Data | Data Smoothing and Time Series: An Introduction | Probability and Probability Distributions | Random Number Generation and Simulation | One- and Two-Sample Inferential Procedures | Analysis of Variance and Multiple Comparisons of Means | Diagnostic Procedures and Transformations | Regression and Correlation | Nonparametric Methods
Probability and Statistics