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Information and resources for students and users of statistical analysis of data.

Once you find a good book in the library catalogue, click on the **subject **links at the bottom of the record to find more items on that topic, e.g.

**Mathematical statistics.****Sampling(Statistics).****Analysis of variance.****Multivariate analysis.****Regression analysis.****Probabilities.****Statistical decision****Bayesian Statistical decision theory.****Statistical hypothesis testing.****Survival analysis (Biometry).****Experimental design****Time-series analysis.**

For applications of statistics in a particular subject or discipline, you can also use the subject name + the term Statistical methods, e.g. Engineering - statistical methods.

Items in the library are shelved by subject using Dewey numbers, for example:

- 001.422 Statistics in general research (collection, analysis, presentation)
- 005.55 Statistical Software (e.g. R, SPSS, SAS etc.)
- 519.5 Mathematical theory of statistics - general
- 519.52 Theory of sampling
- 519.53 Descriptive statistics incl. cluster analysis
- 519.532 Frequency distributions (see also 519.24 Probability distributions)
- 519.535 Multivariate analysis
- 519.536 Regression analysis
- 519.54 Statistical inference
- 519.542 Statistical decisions (including Bayesian decision theory)
- 519.544 Estimation theory
- 519.546 Survival analysis, other 'time-to-event' data. and censored data
- 519.55 Analysis of time-series
- 519.56 Theory of statistical hypothesis testing
- 519.57 Design of experiments

- Browse the shelves at that number, or
- Browse virtually by searching the catalogue by call number.

Note: If you would like more information about the Library catalogue, please view the online tutorial Getting started.

For information about e-books accessible through the Library, please see the following library resource guides : -

There are also a few electronic textbooks, available freely on the web, which might be of interest: -

- The Electronic Statistics Textbook (http://www.statsoft.com/textbook/stathome.html ) has comprehensive discussions of a wide range of topics, and an excellent glossary; while the
- Engineering Statistics Handbook (http://www.itl.nist.gov/div898/handbook/ ) has much information on applications to engineering.
- The Probability and statistics EBook (http://wiki.stat.ucla.edu/socr/index.php/EBook ) is also a textbook, mainly on Statistics. Note that it is a wiki, so you might need to verify the information elsewhere.