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Off topic: nonparametric regression

H J Gerber
Hi All,
 
What do you consider to be the best book(reference) on nonparametric regression?
I am currently reading the book of Kunio Takezawa(2006): "Introduction to nonparametric regression".
Is the book of Hardle(1990): "Applied nonparametric regression"  better? or maybe another book?
This is off topic, but most of the books is using R or S-plus.
 
Thanks
Hennie


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Re: Off topic: nonparametric regression

Michael Reinecke
 
I think Härdle is a good author, but I just know some parts of his book "Applied Multivariate Statistical Analysis". In case you don ´t know, you find both books as full text on the site http://www.xplore-stat.de/ebooks/ebooks.html . So if you don ´t have it at home/office, you may easily have a look, without running to the library.
 

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Hi All,
 
What do you consider to be the best book(reference) on nonparametric regression?
I am currently reading the book of Kunio Takezawa(2006): "Introduction to nonparametric regression".
Is the book of Hardle(1990): "Applied nonparametric regression"  better? or maybe another book?
This is off topic, but most of the books is using R or S-plus.
 
Thanks
Hennie


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