Even if you have achieved a high level of mathematical sophistication, this book is a great read.
Readers will only require a rudimentary background in mathematics and statistics in order to read and study it.
I highly recommend it as a "required" supplement to all science and engineering lab courses.
This book I needed for a class freshmen year, however it has come in handy many times since then. It is very clear and well made. I would recommend this product.Published 22 days ago by Dan M
I really enjoyed using Taylor's "Classical Mechanics" textbook for an undergraduate mechanics course. Read morePublished 1 month ago by B. Peterson
The book was a nice review on error analysis and covered the Gaussian, Binomial, and Poisson Distributions very nicely. Read more
Taylor is a great author, you should read some of his other physics books as well if you are interested in the subject. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Steve
It's okay to analyse an error but it's more important to know how, when and where the error was created in the first place.Published 5 months ago by the ALIEN
The author explains step by step how to calculate uncertainties. It is not a difficult book to read. I like it.Published 6 months ago by Student