Data Mining Book Review: Thinking Statistically

April 6, 2013 by Sandro Saitta
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thinkstatA short review for a short book. Thinking Statistically, by Uri Bram, has less than 50 pages. But short in length doesn’t mean short in relevance or quality. Bram has written a concise and comprehensible book about key statistical concepts: selection bias, endogeneity and Bayes. This book is a must have as a repetition tool for both data miners and people in any scientific field.

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