Basic Concepts in Statistics

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The book entitles "Basic Concepts in Statistics" is useful to all the P.G. and Ph.D. students and faculty members of statistics, agricultural statistics and engineering, social sciences and biological sciences. It is also useful to all those students who have to appear in competitive examinations with statistics as a subject in state P.S.C's, U.P.S.C., A.S.R.B. and I.S.S. etc. This book is the outcome of 25 years of teaching experiences to U.G., P.G. and Ph.D. students. The book contains 15 s covering different topics of statistics e.g. Analysis of variance, Designs of experiments, Theories of points and interval estimations, Theories of tests of significance based on small samples n<=30 and large samples n>30 and non parametric methods and tests.

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Section A: Design of Experiments: 01. Preliminaries 02. ANOVA & Three Basic Design of Experiments 03. Incomplete Block Design IBD 04. Factorial Experiment 05. Split Plot Experiment 06. Strip Plot Design/Split Block Design 07. Progeny Row Trial and Compact Family Block Design 08. Analysis of Covariance Section B: Sampling Distribution and Associated Test of Significance: 09. Tests Based on Large Sample 10. x2 Distribution and Its Applications 11. F and 't' Distributions and Their Applications Section C: Statistics Inference: 12. Estimation Theory 13. Methods of Estimation 14. Theory of Testing of Hypothesis 15. Non Parametric Method of Estimation