7/3/17

I graduated from graduate school in statistics in 2003. At my job I often refer to my notes and papers from my graduate school time, especially if I need to cite some result or look up some definition from the subject of mathematical statistics.

For one course I took, a three term theory of statistics course, the professor gave us a bunch of typed notes to use. I just scanned these in recently, since my paper copies of them are, unfortunately, starting to show serious wear. The content of these notes is quite literally the foundation for mathematical statistics. I scanned them in in three batches.

I hope you find them as useful as I do. Enjoy!

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