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Modelling therefore plays a vital part in all applications of statistics and is a W. J. Krzanowski is the author of An Introduction to Statistical Modelling, published. An Introduction to Statistical Modelling. Wojtele J. Krzanowski, Arnold, London, No. of pages: x+ Price: £ ISBN 0‐‐‐9. Modelling therefore plays a vital part in all applications of statistics and is a component of most undergraduate programmes. ‘An Introduction to Statistical.

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