203 books (11 pages) in this category
An expedition to the outer limits of the mathematical universe
by Eugenia Cheng
Inside the weird and wonderful world of infinity, from endless hotels to bottomless cookie-jars - now in paperback. ...
How the Information Revolution Is Transforming Our Lives
by Brian Clegg
New for Icon's Hot Science series - a startling insight into the data that runs our lives. ...
by John Pezzullo
<b>Score your highest in biostatistics</b> <p>Biostatistics is a required course for students of medicine, epidemiology, forestry, agriculture, bioinformatics, and public health. In years past this course has been mainly a ...
Data Mining and Optimization for Decision Making
by Carlo Vercellis
Business intelligence is a broad category of applications and technologies for gathering, providing access to, and analyzing data for the purpose of helping enterprise users make better business decisions. The term implies having a comprehensive
by Steven Krantz
by Mark Ryan
by Patrick Jones
<b>Practice makes perfect?and helps deepen your understanding of calculus</b> <p><i>1001 Calculus Practice Problems For Dummies</i> takes you beyond the instruction and guidance offered in <i>Calculus For Dummies,</i> giving you 1001 ...
The Easy Way to Learn Calculus
by Hugh Neill
by Alan Agresti
by Judea Pearl
<p>Many of the concepts and terminology surrounding modern causal inference can be quite intimidating to the novice. Judea Pearl presents a book ideal for beginners in statistics, providing a comprehensive introduction to the field of ...
by Vicky Neale
Since 2013, mathematicians from around the world have made dramatic progress on a problem in number theory that goes back centuries, the Twin Primes Conjecture, which asserts that there are infinitely many pairs of prime numbers that differ by 2
Making Light of Weighty Ideas
by Edward B. Burger
<p><b>"A profusely illustrated, bemusingly unorthodox introduction to math."<br />—<i>Booklist</i></b></p> <p>A book for the eternally curious, <i>Coincidences</i> fuses a professor’s understanding of the hidden mathematical skeleton
by Rhonda Huettenmueller
by G. H. HARDY
Originally published in 1908, this classic calculus text remains a must-read for all students of introductory mathematical analysis. Clear, rigorous explanations of the mathematics of analytical number theory and calculus cover single-variable ...
You, this book and 4,000 years of theories
by Colin Beveridge