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Computational statistics

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Students working in the Statistics Machine Room of the London School of Economics in 1964.
Students working in the Statistics Machine Room of the London School of Economics in 1964.

Computational statistics, or statistical computing, is the interface between statistics and computer science. It is the area of computational science (or scientific computing) specific to the mathematical science of statistics. This area is also developing rapidly, leading to calls that a broader concept of computing should be taught as part of general statistical education.[1]

As in traditional statistics the goal is to transform raw data into knowledge,[2] but the focus lies on computer intensive statistical methods, such as cases with very large sample size and non-homogeneous data sets.[2]

The terms 'computational statistics' and 'statistical computing' are often used interchangeably, although Carlo Lauro (a former president of the International Association for Statistical Computing) proposed making a distinction, defining 'statistical computing' as "the application of computer science to statistics", and 'computational statistics' as "aiming at the design of algorithm for implementing statistical methods on computers, including the ones unthinkable before the computer age (e.g. bootstrap, simulation), as well as to cope with analytically intractable problems" [sic].[3]

The term 'Computational statistics' may also be used to refer to computationally intensive statistical methods including resampling methods, Markov chain Monte Carlo methods, local regression, kernel density estimation, artificial neural networks and generalized additive models.

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Contents

Computational statistics journals

Associations

See also

References

  1. ^ Nolan, D. & Temple Lang, D. (2010). "Computing in the Statistics Curricula", The American Statistician 64 (2), pp.97-107.
  2. ^ a b Wegman, Edward J. “Computational Statistics: A New Agenda for Statistical Theory and Practice.Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, vol. 78, no. 4, 1988, pp. 310–322. JSTOR
  3. ^ Lauro, Carlo (1996), "Computational statistics or statistical computing, is that the question?", Computational Statistics & Data Analysis, 23 (1): 191–193, doi:10.1016/0167-9473(96)88920-1

Further reading

Articles

  • Albert, J.H.; Gentle, J.E. (2004), Albert, James H; Gentle, James E (eds.), "Special Section: Teaching Computational Statistics", The American Statistician, 58: 1–1, doi:10.1198/0003130042872
  • Wilkinson, Leland (2008), "The Future of Statistical Computing (with discussion)", Technometrics, 50 (4): 418–435, doi:10.1198/004017008000000460

Books

  • Drew, John H.; Evans, Diane L.; Glen, Andrew G.; Lemis, Lawrence M. (2007), Computational Probability: Algorithms and Applications in the Mathematical Sciences, Springer International Series in Operations Research & Management Science, Springer, ISBN 0-387-74675-7
  • Gentle, James E. (2002), Elements of Computational Statistics, Springer, ISBN 0-387-95489-9
  • Gentle, James E.; Härdle, Wolfgang; Mori, Yuichi, eds. (2004), Handbook of Computational Statistics: Concepts and Methods, Springer, ISBN 3-540-40464-3
  • Givens, Geof H.; Hoeting, Jennifer A. (2005), Computational Statistics, Wiley Series in Probability and Statistics, Wiley-Interscience, ISBN 978-0-471-46124-1
  • Klemens, Ben (2008), Modeling with Data: Tools and Techniques for Statistical Computing, Princeton University Press, ISBN 978-0-691-13314-0
  • Monahan, John (2001), Numerical Methods of Statistics, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 978-0-521-79168-7
  • Rose, Colin; Smith, Murray D. (2002), Mathematical Statistics with Mathematica, Springer Texts in Statistics, Springer, ISBN 0-387-95234-9
  • Thisted, Ronald Aaron (1988), Elements of Statistical Computing: Numerical Computation, CRC Press, ISBN 0-412-01371-1
  • Gharieb, Reda. R. (2017), Data Science: Scientific and Statistical Computing, Noor Publishing, ISBN 978-3-330-97256-8

External links

Associations

Journals

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