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Guide to information resources for the study of mathematical statistics and probability
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Introduction

Welcome! This site is a guide to recommended information resources for the study of mathematical statistics and probability.

For information about locating statistics data (facts and figures), or datasets (original observations, "raw data"), please see the Data tab above.

For advice on statistical methodology to be applied to specific research projects, please use the Statistical Consulting Service through the TAMU Department of Statistics.

 

Where are textbooks?

Check the Course Reserves system; see our Textbooks guide for more possibilities.

 

Finding Articles, Preprints, Dissertations & Theses

Search article indexes/databases; after identifying desired article citations, click "Find Text@TAMU" for text retrieval options. When there is no Find Text link, use the e-journal or LibCat searches for the title of the journal or source publication. When there is no online access available, use the Get It for Me service.

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