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- Probability and Bayesian Modeling
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- Introduction to Probability and Statistics From a Bayesian Viewpoint_Part 2
- Introduction to Probability and Statistics from a Bayesian Viewpoint, Part 2, Inference (Pt. 2)

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## Probability and Bayesian Modeling

Pitman, Probability 1e. Ross, A First Course in Probability 6e. An excellent-looking non-calculus introduction to probability. As a non-calculus approach, it focuses on discrete distributions, but it discusses the Gaussian distribution from the perspective of discrete approximation.

I think this is a pretty useful way to do it. The most classic entry in this section. Many still consider it to be the best. Vol I is introductory though maybe it would go down smoother after another book in this list , while Vol II is considered grad-level as it involves measure theory.

Introduction to Probability, Statistics, and Random Processes 1e , 1e solns. Blitzstein and Hwang. Introduction to Probability 1e. Bertsekas and Tsitsiklis. Modern probability theory builds its mathematical foundation on measure theory, which is generally regarded as an intermediate-to-advanced topic in real analysis.

Some of these books assume exposure to it, others aim to teach it as they go. This is, in particular, an introduction to measure theory. It assumes a background in undergraduate-level probability e. Ross or Feller and analysis e. Rudin's Principles of Mathematical Analysis. Schilling, Measures, Integrals and Martingales 1e.

Another book that teaches measure theory in the context of probability, assuming undergraduate-level probability and analysis. Dudley, Real Analysis and Probability 2e. A well-regarded introduction to measure theory from a probability perspective. From the introduction: "The first half of the book gives an exposition of real analysis: basic set theory, general topology, measure theory, integration, an introduction to functional analysis in Banach and Hilbert spaces, convex sets and functions, and measure on topological spaces.

The second half introduces probability based on measure theory, including laws of large numbers, ergodic theorems, the central limit theorem, conditional expectations, and martingale convergence. A chapter on stochastic processes introduces Brownian motion and the Brownian bridge. Williams, Probability with Martingales 1e. Seems not very popular. Shiryaev, Probability 2e , 3e Vol I. Considered one of the best textbooks for graduate students coming to grips with rigorous probability theory.

The third edition splits the book into two volumes. Chung, A Course in Probability Theory 3e , 2e. Billingsley, Probability and measure 3e preferred. Durrett, Probability: Theory and Examples 4e. Another very standard graduate text on measure-theoretic probability. This seems to be one of those books that a lot of people don't like, but it's so important that they have to read it anyway. Kallenberg, Foundations of Modern Probability 2e. Freedman, Pisani and Purves, Statistics 4e , 3e , 4e intl.

Conceptual introduction to statistics with minimal math. Widely viewed as the best introduction to how to think about statistics. There are also a couple of other editions that de-emphasize math in order to teach students who have less background.

You can find them as well via the link above. An overview of the philosophical and practical aspects of statistics from a modern beyesian perspective. Cassela and Berger, Statistical Inference 2e , 2e intl.

Schervish, Theory of Statistics 1e. Gelman et al, Bayesian Data Analysis 3e , 2e. James, Witten, Hastie and Tibshirani, Probably the most popular introduction to maching learning. Hastie, Tibshirani and Friedman, The standard textbook for serious machine learning courses. Due for publication in or ? A popular machine learning textbook from a Bayesian viewpoint. An older, but respected, introduction to ML from an information theory viewpoint.

While this book is not exactly about machine learning, many most? ML techniques rely on the optimization techniques covered here. The book's web page also links to a free online course. Kuhn and Johnson, Applied Predictive Modeling 1e. This is a guide to machine learning at the level of detail necessary to implement techniques in R. Much attention is paid to how to make each method perform well.

The body of each chapter is a description of the techniques involved, then at the end of the chapter is a "Computing" section which describes how to do what you just learned in R. The author's approach is to tell you just as much as you need to know to use the techniques, then point you to primary literature where you can read the details. Reed and Marks, This one is old, not particularly in-depth and only covers a limited subset of NN techniques, but it remains one of the better introductions to the topic of neural networks.

It's also relatively short and affordable. Murphy, Machine Learning: a Probabilistic Perspective 1e. Izenman, Bishop, Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning 1e.

Bayesian viewpoint. This book used to be very influential but it's getting a bit dated, and I get the impression that it's generally regarded as not the best-written ML book around.

Neural Networks for Pattern Recognition 1e. Abu-Mostafa, Magdon-Ismail, Lin, Learning From Data 1e. Now out of print? Mohri, Rostamizadeh, Talwalkar, Foundations of Machine Learning 1e. Koller, Friedman, Probabilistic Graphical Models: Principles and Techniques 1e. This is the reigning book on PGMs, but it demands more mathematical background e. It's also a very physically imposing volume pages. Korb and Nicholson, Bayesian Artificial Intelligence 2e. Jurafsky and Martin, Speech and Language Processing 2e.

The main book on NLP. Foundations of Statistical Natural Language Processing 1e. Introduction to Information Retrieval 1e. Skip to content. Permalink master. Branches Tags. Nothing to show. Raw Blame. Probability General introductions Pitman, Probability 1e Considered by many to be the best introduction to probability. Introduction to Probability 1e Bertsekas and Tsitsiklis. Applied Trivedi. Schilling, Measures, Integrals and Martingales 1e Another book that teaches measure theory in the context of probability, assuming undergraduate-level probability and analysis.

Dudley, Real Analysis and Probability 2e A well-regarded introduction to measure theory from a probability perspective. Shiryaev, Probability 2e , 3e Vol I Considered one of the best textbooks for graduate students coming to grips with rigorous probability theory.

Billingsley, Probability and measure 3e preferred Classic, very popular graduate text on measure-theoretic probability.

## Introduction to Probability and Statistics From a Bayesian Viewpoint_Part 2

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## Introduction to Probability and Statistics From a Bayesian Viewpoint_Part 2

The observed local range of a fossil taxon in a stratigraphic section is almost certainly a truncated version of the true local range. True endpoints are parameters that may be estimated using only the assumption that fossil finds are distributed randomly between them. If thickness is rescaled so that true endpoints lie at 0 and 1, the joint distribution of gap lengths between fossil finds is given by the Dirichlet distribution. Observed ends of the range are maximum likelihood estimators of true endpoints, but they are biased seriously.

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### Introduction to Probability and Statistics from a Bayesian Viewpoint, Part 2, Inference (Pt. 2)

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Pitman, Probability 1e. Ross, A First Course in Probability 6e. An excellent-looking non-calculus introduction to probability.

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