

Introduction to Probability with Mathematica
Kevin Hastings, 2001, Chapman & Hall, 380 pp., hardbound.
Introduction to Probability with Mathematica is designed as
an introductory text for probability theory. By using Mathematica as the
supporting technology rather than as a statistics package, the author focuses on
probability concepts and simulation, rather than on statistical analysis. Each
section of the book exists as a Mathematica notebook on the CRC web site.
Emphasis is placed on sampling distribution and statistical inference, allowing
readers to see probability as integral to data analysis.
Chapters include: Discrete Probability; Discrete Distributions; Continuous
Probability; Continuous Distributions; Asymptotic Theory; Applications of
Probability; appendix.
This
book is available from The Mathematica Bookstore.
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