Best Probability, Statistics, And Data Science Books
Best probability, statistics, and data science books & related items, according to 81 people,
who made 118 decisions,
between these 76:


Rick Durrett Probability: Theory and Examples1^{st} place, 100% wins (3 of 3 decisions)

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38^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 1^{st}Rick Durrett Probability: Theory and Examples1 vs 0 Loser 38^{th}David Williams Probability 
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39^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 1^{st}Rick Durrett Probability: Theory and Examples1 vs 0 Loser 39^{th}Patrick Billingsley Probability and Measure 
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73^{rd}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 1^{st}Rick Durrett Probability: Theory and Examples1 vs 0 Loser 73^{rd}Richard Durrett Probability: Theory and Examples

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W. Michael Kelley The Humongous Book of Algebra Problems Paperback2^{nd} place, 100% wins (3 of 3 decisions)

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49^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 2^{nd}W. Michael Kelley The Humongous Book of Algebra Problems Paperback1 vs 0 Loser 49^{th}Rhonda Huettenmueller College Algebra Demystified 
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51^{st}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 2^{nd}W. Michael Kelley The Humongous Book of Algebra Problems Paperback1 vs 0 Loser 51^{st}Marangraphics Development Group Maran Illustrated Effortless Algebra 
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60^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 2^{nd}W. Michael Kelley The Humongous Book of Algebra Problems Paperback1 vs 0 Loser 60^{th}Peter H. Selby Practical Algebra: a SelfTeaching Guide

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Richard J. Larsen Introduction To Mathematical Statistics and Its Applications3^{rd} place, 100% wins (3 of 3 decisions)

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50^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 3^{rd}Richard J. Larsen Introduction To Mathematical Statistics and Its Applications1 vs 0 Loser 50^{th}Jay L. Devore Probability and Statistics For Engineering and the Sciences 
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63^{rd}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 3^{rd}Richard J. Larsen Introduction To Mathematical Statistics and Its Applications1 vs 0 Loser 63^{rd}Robert V. Hogg Probability and Statistical Inference 
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76^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 3^{rd}Richard J. Larsen Introduction To Mathematical Statistics and Its Applications1 vs 0 Loser 76^{th}Dennis Wackerly Mathematical Statistics

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Nassim Nicholas Taleb The4^{th} place, 75% wins (3 of 4 decisions)

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5^{th}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 4^{th}Nassim Nicholas Taleb The0 vs 1 Winner 5^{th}James Burke Connections Hardcover – January 1 
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48^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 4^{th}Nassim Nicholas Taleb The1 vs 0 Loser 48^{th}Ravi Batra Greenspan's Fraud 
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64^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 4^{th}Nassim Nicholas Taleb The1 vs 0 Loser 64^{th}Thomas Friedman The World Is Flat 
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69^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 4^{th}Nassim Nicholas Taleb The1 vs 0 Loser 69^{th}Nate Silver The Signal and the Noise: WHY So Many Predictions FailBut Some Don'T

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James Burke Connections Hardcover – January 15^{th} place, 100% wins (1 of 1 decisions)

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4^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 5^{th}James Burke Connections Hardcover – January 11 vs 0 Loser 4^{th}Nassim Nicholas Taleb The

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David S. Watkins Fundamentals of Matrix Computations6^{th} place, 100% wins (2 of 2 decisions)

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52^{nd}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 6^{th}David S. Watkins Fundamentals of Matrix Computations1 vs 0 Loser 52^{nd}Gene H. Golub Matrix Computations 
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57^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 6^{th}David S. Watkins Fundamentals of Matrix Computations1 vs 0 Loser 57^{th}Lloyd N. Trefethen Numerical Linear Algebra

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Steven Shreve Stochastic Calculus For Finance II: ContinuousTime Models7^{th} place, 100% wins (1 of 1 decisions)

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11^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 7^{th}Steven Shreve Stochastic Calculus For Finance II: ContinuousTime Models1 vs 0 Loser 11^{th}Bernt ØKsendal Stochastic Differential Equations: An Introduction

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Larry Wasserman All of Statistics: a Concise Course in Statistical Inference8^{th} place, 100% wins (1 of 1 decisions)

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13^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 8^{th}Larry Wasserman All of Statistics: a Concise Course in Statistical Inference1 vs 0 Loser 13^{th}George Casella and Roger L. Berger Statistical Inference

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Terry Watsham , Keith Parramore Quantitative Methods For Finance Paperback9^{th} place, 100% wins (2 of 2 decisions)

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34^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 9^{th}Terry Watsham , Keith Parramore Quantitative Methods For Finance Paperback1 vs 0 Loser 34^{th}Ali Hirsa , Salih N. Neftci An Introduction To the Mathematics of Financial Derivatives 
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71^{st}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 9^{th}Terry Watsham , Keith Parramore Quantitative Methods For Finance Paperback1 vs 0 Loser 71^{st}Martin Baxter , Andrew Rennie Financial Calculus: An Introduction To Derivative Pricing

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Bruce L. Bowerman Forecasting and Time Series: An Applied Approach10^{th} place, 100% wins (2 of 2 decisions)

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33^{rd}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 10^{th}Bruce L. Bowerman Forecasting and Time Series: An Applied Approach1 vs 0 Loser 33^{rd}Spyros G. Makridakis Forecasting: Methods and Applications 
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72^{nd}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 10^{th}Bruce L. Bowerman Forecasting and Time Series: An Applied Approach1 vs 0 Loser 72^{nd}George E. P. Box Time Series Analysis: Forecasting and Control

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Bernt ØKsendal Stochastic Differential Equations: An Introduction11^{th} place, 66% wins (2 of 3 decisions)

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7^{th}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 11^{th}Bernt ØKsendal Stochastic Differential Equations: An Introduction0 vs 1 Winner 7^{th}Steven Shreve Stochastic Calculus For Finance II: ContinuousTime Models 
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53^{rd}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 11^{th}Bernt ØKsendal Stochastic Differential Equations: An Introduction1 vs 0 Loser 53^{rd}Ioannis Karatzas Brownian Motion and Stochastic Calculus 
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54^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 11^{th}Bernt ØKsendal Stochastic Differential Equations: An Introduction1 vs 0 Loser 54^{th}Philip E. Protter Stochastic Integration and Differential Equations

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Jun Shao Mathematical Statistics: Exercises and Solutions12^{th} place, 100% wins (1 of 1 decisions)

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42^{nd}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 12^{th}Jun Shao Mathematical Statistics: Exercises and Solutions1 vs 0 Loser 42^{nd}E.L. Lehmann , George Casella Theory of Point Estimation

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George Casella and Roger L. Berger Statistical Inference13^{th} place, 50% wins (1 of 2 decisions)

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8^{th}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 13^{th}George Casella and Roger L. Berger Statistical Inference0 vs 1 Winner 8^{th}Larry Wasserman All of Statistics: a Concise Course in Statistical Inference 
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42^{nd}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 13^{th}George Casella and Roger L. Berger Statistical Inference1 vs 0 Loser 42^{nd}E.L. Lehmann , George Casella Theory of Point Estimation

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Shin Takahashi the Manga Guide To Statistics Paperback14^{th} place, 100% wins (1 of 1 decisions)

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68^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 14^{th}Shin Takahashi the Manga Guide To Statistics Paperback1 vs 0 Loser 68^{th}Larry Gonick the Cartoon Guide To Statistics

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Henk Tijms Understanding Probability15^{th} place, 100% wins (1 of 1 decisions)

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67^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 15^{th}Henk Tijms Understanding Probability1 vs 0 Loser 67^{th}Athanasios Papoulis Probability

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David D. Friedman Hidden Order: the Economics of Everyday Life Paperback16^{th} place, 100% wins (1 of 1 decisions)

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75^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 16^{th}David D. Friedman Hidden Order: the Economics of Everyday Life Paperback1 vs 0 Loser 75^{th}Steven D. Levitt Freakonomics: a Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything

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John Fox Applied Regression Analysis and Generalized Linear Models17^{th} place, 100% wins (1 of 1 decisions)

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66^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 17^{th}John Fox Applied Regression Analysis and Generalized Linear Models1 vs 0 Loser 66^{th}Michael Kutner Applied Linear Statistical Models

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Richard J. Herrnstein Bell Curve: Intelligence and Class Structure in American Life18^{th} place, 100% wins (1 of 1 decisions)

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A. N. Kolmogorov Introductory Real Analysis19^{th} place, 100% wins (1 of 1 decisions)

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74^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 19^{th}A. N. Kolmogorov Introductory Real Analysis1 vs 0 Loser 74^{th}P. R. Halmos Naive Set Theory

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Douglas W. Hubbard How To Measure Anything: Finding the Value of Intangibles in Business Hardcover20^{th} place, 100% wins (1 of 1 decisions)

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76^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 20^{th}Douglas W. Hubbard How To Measure Anything: Finding the Value of Intangibles in Business Hardcover1 vs 0 Loser 76^{th}Dennis Wackerly Mathematical Statistics

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Ioannis Ntzoufras Bayesian Modeling Using Winbugs21^{st} place, 100% wins (1 of 1 decisions)

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65^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 21^{st}Ioannis Ntzoufras Bayesian Modeling Using Winbugs1 vs 0 Loser 65^{th}John K. Kruschke Doing Bayesian Data Analysis: a Tutorial

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Deepayan Sarkar Lattice: Multivariate Data Visualization22^{nd} place, 100% wins (1 of 1 decisions)

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56^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 22^{nd}Deepayan Sarkar Lattice: Multivariate Data Visualization1 vs 0 Loser 56^{th}Paul Murrell R Graphics

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John Allen Paulos A Mathematician Reads the Newspaper23^{rd} place, 100% wins (1 of 1 decisions)

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58^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 23^{rd}John Allen Paulos A Mathematician Reads the Newspaper1 vs 0 Loser 58^{th}John Allen Paulos Innumeracy: Mathematical Illiteracy and Its Consequences

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Leonard Mlodinow The Drunkard's Walk: How Randomness Rules Our Lives24^{th} place, 100% wins (1 of 1 decisions)

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61^{st}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 24^{th}Leonard Mlodinow The Drunkard's Walk: How Randomness Rules Our Lives1 vs 0 Loser 61^{st}Joseph Mazur Zeno's Paradox: Unraveling the Ancient Mystery Behind the Science of Space and

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Sanjoy Mahajan StreetFighting Mathematics: the Art of Educated Guessing and Opportunistic Problem Solving25^{th} place, 100% wins (1 of 1 decisions)

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Ron P. Cody Applied Statistics and the Sas Programming Language26^{th} place, 100% wins (1 of 1 decisions)

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55^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 26^{th}Ron P. Cody Applied Statistics and the Sas Programming Language1 vs 0 Loser 55^{th}Ron Cody Learning Sas

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Daniel Kahneman Thinking27^{th} place, 100% wins (1 of 1 decisions)

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69^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 27^{th}Daniel Kahneman Thinking1 vs 0 Loser 69^{th}Nate Silver The Signal and the Noise: WHY So Many Predictions FailBut Some Don'T

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Malcolm Gladwell The Tipping Point Paperback28^{th} place, 100% wins (1 of 1 decisions)

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75^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 28^{th}Malcolm Gladwell The Tipping Point Paperback1 vs 0 Loser 75^{th}Steven D. Levitt Freakonomics: a Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything

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J. Phillipe Rushton Race29^{th} place, 100% wins (1 of 1 decisions)

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70^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 29^{th}J. Phillipe Rushton Race1 vs 0 Loser 70^{th}Steven; Dubner, Stephen J. Levitt Freakonomics: a Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything Hardcover –

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Y.a. Rozanov Probability Theory: a Concise Course30^{th} place, 100% wins (1 of 1 decisions)

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76^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 30^{th}Y.a. Rozanov Probability Theory: a Concise Course1 vs 0 Loser 76^{th}Dennis Wackerly Mathematical Statistics

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James Munkres Topology31^{st} place, 100% wins (1 of 1 decisions)

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74^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 31^{st}James Munkres Topology1 vs 0 Loser 74^{th}P. R. Halmos Naive Set Theory

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Nassim Nicholas Taleb Antifragile: Things That Gain From Disorder Paperback32^{nd} place, 100% wins (1 of 1 decisions)

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69^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 32^{nd}Nassim Nicholas Taleb Antifragile: Things That Gain From Disorder Paperback1 vs 0 Loser 69^{th}Nate Silver The Signal and the Noise: WHY So Many Predictions FailBut Some Don'T

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Spyros G. Makridakis Forecasting: Methods and Applications33^{rd} place, 50% wins (1 of 2 decisions)

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10^{th}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 33^{rd}Spyros G. Makridakis Forecasting: Methods and Applications0 vs 1 Winner 10^{th}Bruce L. Bowerman Forecasting and Time Series: An Applied Approach 
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72^{nd}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 33^{rd}Spyros G. Makridakis Forecasting: Methods and Applications1 vs 0 Loser 72^{nd}George E. P. Box Time Series Analysis: Forecasting and Control

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Ali Hirsa , Salih N. Neftci An Introduction To the Mathematics of Financial Derivatives34^{th} place, 50% wins (1 of 2 decisions)

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9^{th}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 34^{th}Ali Hirsa , Salih N. Neftci An Introduction To the Mathematics of Financial Derivatives0 vs 1 Winner 9^{th}Terry Watsham , Keith Parramore Quantitative Methods For Finance Paperback 
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71^{st}Wins (1 to 0) versus:

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Michael Spivak A Comprehensive Introduction To Differential Geometry35^{th} place, 100% wins (1 of 1 decisions)

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74^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 35^{th}Michael Spivak A Comprehensive Introduction To Differential Geometry1 vs 0 Loser 74^{th}P. R. Halmos Naive Set Theory

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Stephen M. Stigler Statistics On the Table: the History of Statistical Concepts and Methods36^{th} place, 100% wins (1 of 1 decisions)

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76^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 36^{th}Stephen M. Stigler Statistics On the Table: the History of Statistical Concepts and Methods1 vs 0 Loser 76^{th}Dennis Wackerly Mathematical Statistics

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Malcolm Gladwell Blink: the Power of Thinking Without Thinking Paperback37^{th} place, 100% wins (1 of 1 decisions)

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75^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 37^{th}Malcolm Gladwell Blink: the Power of Thinking Without Thinking Paperback1 vs 0 Loser 75^{th}Steven D. Levitt Freakonomics: a Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything

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David Williams Probability38^{th} place, 50% wins (1 of 2 decisions)

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1^{st}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 38^{th}David Williams Probability0 vs 1 Winner 1^{st}Rick Durrett Probability: Theory and Examples 
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73^{rd}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 38^{th}David Williams Probability1 vs 0 Loser 73^{rd}Richard Durrett Probability: Theory and Examples

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Patrick Billingsley Probability and Measure39^{th} place, 50% wins (1 of 2 decisions)

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1^{st}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 39^{th}Patrick Billingsley Probability and Measure0 vs 1 Winner 1^{st}Rick Durrett Probability: Theory and Examples 
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73^{rd}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 39^{th}Patrick Billingsley Probability and Measure1 vs 0 Loser 73^{rd}Richard Durrett Probability: Theory and Examples

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Bruce Madariaga Economics For Life: 10140^{th} place, 100% wins (1 of 1 decisions)

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75^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 40^{th}Bruce Madariaga Economics For Life: 1011 vs 0 Loser 75^{th}Steven D. Levitt Freakonomics: a Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything

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Frederick Mosteller Fifty Challenging Problems in Probability41^{st} place, 100% wins (1 of 1 decisions)

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76^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 41^{st}Frederick Mosteller Fifty Challenging Problems in Probability1 vs 0 Loser 76^{th}Dennis Wackerly Mathematical Statistics

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E.L. Lehmann , George Casella Theory of Point Estimation42^{nd} place, 33% wins (1 of 3 decisions)

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12^{th}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 42^{nd}E.L. Lehmann , George Casella Theory of Point Estimation0 vs 1 Winner 12^{th}Jun Shao Mathematical Statistics: Exercises and Solutions 
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13^{th}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 42^{nd}E.L. Lehmann , George Casella Theory of Point Estimation0 vs 1 Winner 13^{th}George Casella and Roger L. Berger Statistical Inference 
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62^{nd}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 42^{nd}E.L. Lehmann , George Casella Theory of Point Estimation1 vs 0 Loser 62^{nd}Erich L. Lehmann and Joseph P. Romano Testing Statistical Hypotheses

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Robert B. Ash Basic Probability Theory43^{rd} place, 100% wins (1 of 1 decisions)

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76^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 43^{rd}Robert B. Ash Basic Probability Theory1 vs 0 Loser 76^{th}Dennis Wackerly Mathematical Statistics

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Asa Leonard a. Asimow PH.D Probability and Statistics44^{th} place, 100% wins (1 of 1 decisions)

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76^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 44^{th}Asa Leonard a. Asimow PH.D Probability and Statistics1 vs 0 Loser 76^{th}Dennis Wackerly Mathematical Statistics

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Hwei Hsu Schaum's Outline of Probability45^{th} place, 100% wins (1 of 1 decisions)

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76^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 45^{th}Hwei Hsu Schaum's Outline of Probability1 vs 0 Loser 76^{th}Dennis Wackerly Mathematical Statistics

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Achim Klenke Probability Theory: a Comprehensive Course46^{th} place, 100% wins (1 of 1 decisions)

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76^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 46^{th}Achim Klenke Probability Theory: a Comprehensive Course1 vs 0 Loser 76^{th}Dennis Wackerly Mathematical Statistics

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Andrew J. Vickers What Is a PValue Anyway? 3447^{th} place, 100% wins (1 of 1 decisions)

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76^{th}Wins (1 to 0) versus:
Winner 47^{th}Andrew J. Vickers What Is a PValue Anyway? 341 vs 0 Loser 76^{th}Dennis Wackerly Mathematical Statistics

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Ravi Batra Greenspan's Fraud48^{th} place, 0% wins (0 of 1 decisions)

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4^{th}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 48^{th}Ravi Batra Greenspan's Fraud0 vs 1 Winner 4^{th}Nassim Nicholas Taleb The

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Rhonda Huettenmueller College Algebra Demystified49^{th} place, 0% wins (0 of 1 decisions)

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2^{nd}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 49^{th}Rhonda Huettenmueller College Algebra Demystified0 vs 1 Winner 2^{nd}W. Michael Kelley The Humongous Book of Algebra Problems Paperback

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Jay L. Devore Probability and Statistics For Engineering and the Sciences50^{th} place, 0% wins (0 of 1 decisions)

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3^{rd}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 50^{th}Jay L. Devore Probability and Statistics For Engineering and the Sciences0 vs 1 Winner 3^{rd}Richard J. Larsen Introduction To Mathematical Statistics and Its Applications

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Marangraphics Development Group Maran Illustrated Effortless Algebra51^{st} place, 0% wins (0 of 1 decisions)

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2^{nd}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 51^{st}Marangraphics Development Group Maran Illustrated Effortless Algebra0 vs 1 Winner 2^{nd}W. Michael Kelley The Humongous Book of Algebra Problems Paperback

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Gene H. Golub Matrix Computations52^{nd} place, 0% wins (0 of 1 decisions)

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6^{th}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 52^{nd}Gene H. Golub Matrix Computations0 vs 1 Winner 6^{th}David S. Watkins Fundamentals of Matrix Computations

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Ioannis Karatzas Brownian Motion and Stochastic Calculus53^{rd} place, 0% wins (0 of 1 decisions)

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11^{th}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 53^{rd}Ioannis Karatzas Brownian Motion and Stochastic Calculus0 vs 1 Winner 11^{th}Bernt ØKsendal Stochastic Differential Equations: An Introduction

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Philip E. Protter Stochastic Integration and Differential Equations54^{th} place, 0% wins (0 of 1 decisions)

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11^{th}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 54^{th}Philip E. Protter Stochastic Integration and Differential Equations0 vs 1 Winner 11^{th}Bernt ØKsendal Stochastic Differential Equations: An Introduction

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Ron Cody Learning Sas55^{th} place, 0% wins (0 of 1 decisions)

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26^{th}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 55^{th}Ron Cody Learning Sas0 vs 1 Winner 26^{th}Ron P. Cody Applied Statistics and the Sas Programming Language

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Paul Murrell R Graphics56^{th} place, 0% wins (0 of 1 decisions)

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22^{nd}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 56^{th}Paul Murrell R Graphics0 vs 1 Winner 22^{nd}Deepayan Sarkar Lattice: Multivariate Data Visualization

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Lloyd N. Trefethen Numerical Linear Algebra57^{th} place, 0% wins (0 of 1 decisions)

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6^{th}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 57^{th}Lloyd N. Trefethen Numerical Linear Algebra0 vs 1 Winner 6^{th}David S. Watkins Fundamentals of Matrix Computations

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John Allen Paulos Innumeracy: Mathematical Illiteracy and Its Consequences58^{th} place, 0% wins (0 of 1 decisions)

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23^{rd}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 58^{th}John Allen Paulos Innumeracy: Mathematical Illiteracy and Its Consequences0 vs 1 Winner 23^{rd}John Allen Paulos A Mathematician Reads the Newspaper

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Lawrence Weinstein Guesstimation: Solving the World's Problems On the Back of a Cocktail Napkin59^{th} place, 0% wins (0 of 1 decisions)

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Peter H. Selby Practical Algebra: a SelfTeaching Guide60^{th} place, 0% wins (0 of 1 decisions)

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2^{nd}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 60^{th}Peter H. Selby Practical Algebra: a SelfTeaching Guide0 vs 1 Winner 2^{nd}W. Michael Kelley The Humongous Book of Algebra Problems Paperback

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Joseph Mazur Zeno's Paradox: Unraveling the Ancient Mystery Behind the Science of Space and61^{st} place, 0% wins (0 of 1 decisions)

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24^{th}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 61^{st}Joseph Mazur Zeno's Paradox: Unraveling the Ancient Mystery Behind the Science of Space and0 vs 1 Winner 24^{th}Leonard Mlodinow The Drunkard's Walk: How Randomness Rules Our Lives

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Erich L. Lehmann and Joseph P. Romano Testing Statistical Hypotheses62^{nd} place, 0% wins (0 of 1 decisions)

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42^{nd}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 62^{nd}Erich L. Lehmann and Joseph P. Romano Testing Statistical Hypotheses0 vs 1 Winner 42^{nd}E.L. Lehmann , George Casella Theory of Point Estimation

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Robert V. Hogg Probability and Statistical Inference63^{rd} place, 0% wins (0 of 1 decisions)

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3^{rd}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 63^{rd}Robert V. Hogg Probability and Statistical Inference0 vs 1 Winner 3^{rd}Richard J. Larsen Introduction To Mathematical Statistics and Its Applications

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Thomas Friedman The World Is Flat64^{th} place, 0% wins (0 of 1 decisions)

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4^{th}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 64^{th}Thomas Friedman The World Is Flat0 vs 1 Winner 4^{th}Nassim Nicholas Taleb The

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John K. Kruschke Doing Bayesian Data Analysis: a Tutorial65^{th} place, 0% wins (0 of 1 decisions)

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21^{st}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 65^{th}John K. Kruschke Doing Bayesian Data Analysis: a Tutorial0 vs 1 Winner 21^{st}Ioannis Ntzoufras Bayesian Modeling Using Winbugs

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Michael Kutner Applied Linear Statistical Models66^{th} place, 0% wins (0 of 1 decisions)

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17^{th}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 66^{th}Michael Kutner Applied Linear Statistical Models0 vs 1 Winner 17^{th}John Fox Applied Regression Analysis and Generalized Linear Models

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Athanasios Papoulis Probability67^{th} place, 0% wins (0 of 1 decisions)

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15^{th}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 67^{th}Athanasios Papoulis Probability0 vs 1 Winner 15^{th}Henk Tijms Understanding Probability

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Larry Gonick the Cartoon Guide To Statistics68^{th} place, 0% wins (0 of 1 decisions)

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14^{th}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 68^{th}Larry Gonick the Cartoon Guide To Statistics0 vs 1 Winner 14^{th}Shin Takahashi the Manga Guide To Statistics Paperback

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Nate Silver The Signal and the Noise: WHY So Many Predictions FailBut Some Don'T69^{th} place, 0% wins (0 of 3 decisions)

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4^{th}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 69^{th}Nate Silver The Signal and the Noise: WHY So Many Predictions FailBut Some Don'T0 vs 1 Winner 4^{th}Nassim Nicholas Taleb The 
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27^{th}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 69^{th}Nate Silver The Signal and the Noise: WHY So Many Predictions FailBut Some Don'T0 vs 1 Winner 27^{th}Daniel Kahneman Thinking 
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32^{nd}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 69^{th}Nate Silver The Signal and the Noise: WHY So Many Predictions FailBut Some Don'T0 vs 1 Winner 32^{nd}Nassim Nicholas Taleb Antifragile: Things That Gain From Disorder Paperback

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Steven; Dubner, Stephen J. Levitt Freakonomics: a Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything Hardcover –70^{th} place, 0% wins (0 of 2 decisions)

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18^{th}Loses (0 to 1) versus:

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29^{th}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 70^{th}Steven; Dubner, Stephen J. Levitt Freakonomics: a Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything Hardcover –0 vs 1 Winner 29^{th}J. Phillipe Rushton Race

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Martin Baxter , Andrew Rennie Financial Calculus: An Introduction To Derivative Pricing71^{st} place, 0% wins (0 of 2 decisions)

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9^{th}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 71^{st}Martin Baxter , Andrew Rennie Financial Calculus: An Introduction To Derivative Pricing0 vs 1 Winner 9^{th}Terry Watsham , Keith Parramore Quantitative Methods For Finance Paperback 
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George E. P. Box Time Series Analysis: Forecasting and Control72^{nd} place, 0% wins (0 of 2 decisions)

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10^{th}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 72^{nd}George E. P. Box Time Series Analysis: Forecasting and Control0 vs 1 Winner 10^{th}Bruce L. Bowerman Forecasting and Time Series: An Applied Approach 
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33^{rd}Loses (0 to 1) versus:
Loser 72^{nd}George E. P. Box Time Series Analysis: Forecasting and Control0 vs 1 Winner 33^{rd}Spyros G. Makridakis Forecasting: Methods and Applications

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