I have a coupon to purchase any book published by Springer (a perk of completing a review on time :). There are too many books from which to choose, and the search interface offered by Springer is quite poor! For my reference library, I am thinking of either of the following:

“Intelligent Audio Analysis” by B. W. Schuller (2013).

“The Physics of Music and Color” by L. Gunther (2012).

“Case-Based Reasoning” by M. M. Richter and R. Weber (2013).

“Regression: Linear Models in Statistics” by N. H. Bingham and J. M. Fry (2010).

“Logistic Regression” by D. G. Kleinbaum and M. Klein (2010).

Are there any others I should consider?

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One that I enjoyed quite a bit is http://www.amazon.com/Generalizability-Theory-Statistics-Behavioral-Sciences/dp/0387952829/

Two with quite good reviews and waiting in my queue are: http://www.amazon.com/All-Statistics-Statistical-Inference-Springer/dp/0387402721/ and http://www.amazon.com/Modern-Introduction-Probability-Statistics-Understanding/dp/1852338962/

Someone might have the PDFs if you wanted to take a look ^^

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Didn’t mention Hastie’s and Tibshirani’s books on statistical learning because I think you know them already, right?

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Thanks! I have this great book already.

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I like:

Devroye, Luc, Györfi, László, Lugosi, Gabor

A Probabilistic Theory of Pattern Recognition

http://www.springer.com/en/book/9780387946184

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consider “Music Recommendation and Discovery. The Long Tail, Long Fail, and Long Play in the Digital Music Space” http://www.springer.com/us/book/9783642132865

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Thanks Baffbaff. I went with Generalisability Theory (http://www.amazon.com/Generalizability-Theory-Statistics-Behavioral-Sciences/dp/0387952829/), but now that I have another coupon from Springer, I will be getting more!

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