Introduction to statistics with origami (and R examples)

May 9, 2019
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I have written a small booklet (about 120 pages A5 size) on statistics and origami
it is a very simple -basic book, useful for introductory courses. 
There are several R examples and the R script for each of them

You can downolad the files free from: 
http://www.mariocigada.com/mariodocs/origanova_e.html

in a .zip file you find
the text in .pdf format
a colour cover
a (small) dataset
a .R file with all the script

Here is a link for downloading the book directly, I hope someone can find it useful:

Link for downloading the book: origanova2en

ciao
m

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