11.3 Further Reading

See the GSL reference manual for a description of all available functions and the calculations they perform.

The standard reference for almost any topic in statistics is the multi-volume Advanced Theory of Statistics by Kendall and Stuart. Many statistical concepts can be more easily understood by a Bayesian approach. The book by Gelman, Carlin, Stern and Rubin gives a comprehensive coverage of the subject. For physicists the Particle Data Group provides useful reviews of Probability and Statistics in the "Mathematical Tools" section of its Annual Review of Particle Physics.

See Also:

Maurice Kendall, Alan Stuart, and J. Keith Ord: The Advanced Theory of Statistics (multiple volumes) reprinted as Kendall's Advanced Theory of Statistics. Wiley, ISBN 047023380X.

Andrew Gelman, John B. Carlin, Hal S. Stern, Donald B. Rubin: Bayesian Data Analysis. Chapman & Hall, ISBN 0412039915.

R.M. Barnett et al: Review of Particle Properties. Physical Review D54, 1 (1996).

D.E. Groom et al., The European Physical Journal C15, 1 (2000) and 2001 off-year partial update for the 2002 edition available on the PDG WWW pages (URL: http://pdg.lbl.gov/).

Siegmund Brandt: Datenanalyse, 4th ed. 1999, Spektrum, Heidelberg, ISBN 3827401585.

Siegmund Brandt: Data Analysis. 3rd ed. 1998, Springer, Berlin, ISBN 0387984984.