2016biostat Posted June 30, 2015 Share Posted June 30, 2015 Hello, I just finished taking Linear Algebra this summer (after finishing my undergrad. degree), and now have a fairly large amount of time before possibly starting in a graduate program in biostats (if i'm so fortunate). With that in mind, would anyone be able to recommend a calculus-based probability book for self-study? From what i've read, this topic seems like it would be a worthwhile to investigate -- even if i'm not able to take a formal class in it prior to grad school. I'm not really sure what variety is available re: rigor, but I would prefer something relatively palatable (if that's an option), as my math background only covers calc I-III, linear algebra, and introductory stats. Thanks Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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