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Members of the Statistical Society of Australia can have their publications listed on the page below. Please send details of your work to the Executive Officer ( in the same format as the publications already listed. 

If you are interested in purchasing any of these publications, please note the members of SSA receive a 35% discount on Wiley publications and a 20% discount on purchases with Taylor & Francis, Routledge and CRC Press. To claim your discount code, please log in as a member and click here.

Clarke, B., (2018), Robustness Theory and Application, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 

A preeminent expert in the field explores new and exciting methodologies in the ever-growing field of robust statistics

Used to develop data analytical methods, which are resistant to outlying observations in the data, while capable of detecting outliers, robust statistics is extremely useful for solving an array of common problems, such as estimating location, scale, and regression parameters. Written by an internationally recognized expert in the field of robust statistics, this book addresses a range of well-established techniques while exploring, in depth, new and exciting methodologies.  For more information and to purchase this book, please click here.

Christopher K. Wikle, Andrew Zammit-Mangion, Noel Cressie (2019), Spatio-Temporal Statistics with R. CRC Press.

The world is becoming increasingly complex, with larger quantities of data available to be analyzed. It so happens that much of these "big data" that are available are spatio-temporal in nature, meaning that they can be indexed by their spatial locations and time stamps.
Spatio-Temporal Statistics with R provides an accessible introduction to statistical analysis of spatio-temporal data, with hands-on applications of the statistical methods using R Labs found at the end of each chapter. For more information and to purchase this book, please click here.

    Eric Sowey and Peter Petocz (2017), A panorama of statistics – perspectives, puzzles
    and paradoxes in statistics
. Wiley.

    This is a popular book on statistics for anyone who already knows something of the
    subject and is curious to discover much more.

    For further description of this book and its intended readership, see the two-page flyer

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