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I want to study it myself recently ~but I don't know where to start ?
Can anyone help me ? XD
Can anyone help me ? XD
abcdefg10645 said:I want to study it myself recently ~but I don't know where to start ?
Can anyone help me ? XD
Some recommended books for beginners include "Statistics for People Who (Think They) Hate Statistics" by Neil J. Salkind and "Concepts of Modern Physics" by Arthur Beiser.
Yes, there are several books that specifically cover statistical methods and their application in physics, such as "Statistical Physics: A Course in Basic Principles" by William A. McEachern and "Statistics and Data Analysis for Nuclear and Particle Physicists" by Louis Lyons.
"Statistical Mechanics: Algorithms and Computations" by Werner Krauth is a highly recommended book for those looking to dive deeper into the intersection of statistics and physics.
In addition to books, there are many online resources such as video lectures, interactive tutorials, and practice problems that can aid in self-study. Some recommended platforms include Khan Academy, Coursera, and edX.
Yes, "Statistical Methods in Experimental Physics" by Frederick James and "Statistical Methods in Quantum Optics 2: Non-Classical Fields" by Howard J. Carmichael are both excellent resources for understanding the practical applications of statistics in physics experiments and research.