Best fit lines and curves, and some mathe-magical transformations / Alan R. Jones.
- Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019.
- Working guides to estimating & forecasting ; volume III
1 online resource (xxxii, 497 pages).
- Industrial engineering -- Statistical methods.
Costs, Industrial -- Estimates.
Costs, Industrial -- Statistical methods.
- Alan R. Jones is Principal Consultant at Estimata Limited, aconsultancy service specialising in Estimating Skills Training. He is a Certified Cost Estimator/Analyst (US) and Certified Cost Engineer (CCE) (UK). Prior to setting up his own business, he enjoyed a 40-year career in the UK aerospace and defence industry as an estimatorAlan is a Fellow of the Association of Cost Engineers and a member of the International Cost Estimating and Analysis Association. Historically (some four decades ago), Alan was a graduate in Mathematics from Imperial College of Science and Technology in London, and was an MBA Prize-winner at the Henley Management College.
- Introduction and objectives
Linear and nonlinear properties (!) of straight lines
Trendsetting with some simple moving measures
Simple and multiple linear regression
Linear transformation: making bent lines straight
Transforming nonlinear regression
Least squares nonlinear curve fitting without the logs
The ups and downs of time series analysis.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
Electronic reproduction. London Available via World Wide Web.
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