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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Paperback Verified Purchase. For instance, Rao-Blackwell Theorem The proof presented in this book is misleading at most, and plain wrong at least i. I am confused. In one sentence, as someone who took a one-year measure-based probability and master-level mathematical statistics several years ago All A and A- in grades , I cannot understand this book. Hope this can prevent any undergraduates from using this text, especially for a self-study.
One star at most. Hardcover Verified Purchase. I found this book frustrating and very disappointing. I was looking for a literate, calculus-based introductory text. Some results simply reference an unsolved problem from the end of a previous chapter!
Contra Alex Zorach's review, Rice is certainly not an excellent writer, in the sense of "excellent explainer" as one would expect the author of a textbook to be.
To give one typical example: Rice's introductory remarks on covariance section 4.
Here's Rice: Essentially Rice is saying "I can't explain why this formula is what it is. Just 'shut up and calculate', as the old saying goes.
You'll get used to it and soon won't be asking why. Google "covariance intuition".
You'll find several helpful discussions on Stack Exchange and elsewhere. Unfortunately, the only excellent, introductory statistics texts I've found are non-calculus-based.
For example, Bock et al "Stats" for High School AP stats courses is written with a very good sense of where the student is, and what kind of explanations really make sense. Significantly, that text has three, award-winning authors. Rice would have done much better had he found a good co-author who both understands the college freshman mindset and has a real interest in breaking down the math for the student's benefit. There are gaps in the logic of most explanations. In the examples which are provided to clarify the concepts, the calculations often skip steps, so I have to plug in values myself to figure out what exactly was done.
In doing the problems, I have had to reference other texts in order to find the answers. Unfortunately this is the required book for one of my classes, but I absolutely would not recommend buying it if you are not required to - and even if you are, be prepared to find a helper text!
This book is quite difficult despite the fact that the mathematical background to read this book is pretty modest: The mathematical background needed, strictly speaking, is such that someone at a junior college level would be adequately prepared.
Furthermore, the book repays the effort to work with it. This book has a number of really strong attractive features. The proofs are kept short and informal, and focus as much on developing intuition, as on getting the rigor needed to appreciate a theorem. Certainly, this is necessary for statistics which is an unusual field that does not quite fit in pure math, or applied math, or science, and yet contributes powerfully to a very broad spectrum of fields.
The author presents very intuitive and accessible accounts of certain other topics, notably Bayesian statistics and bootstrap methods. I had had no exposure to non-parametric statistics, and found the book's treatment to be very helpful.
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