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Bob Hayden

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curve fitting books
Posted: Jun 17, 1996 9:33 PM
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I was asked to recommend a reference on fitting equations to data. I
do not have anything which is a real good fit to AP Stats.
_Regression Analysis by Example_, by Chatterjee and Price (Wiley) is a
nice data-centered book. There is a lot here that will be over your
head if you have not taken a math. stat. course recently, but you can
still learn a lot from the examples. (No, it is not particularly
geared to the TI-83!-)


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