This time in the Science for Everyone series we come to a text on Statistics, this one is named *Yes, No Or Maybe* and is written by *Ya. I Khurgin*.

This is what the back cover of the book says:

Professor Yakov Khurgin is known for his works in applied mathematics, cybernetics, industrial applications of mathematics. Besides he is an imaginative popularizer of science. His book Do You Say Mathematics? has been passed through two editions in Russian and has been translated into English. His new book Yes, No or Maybe is a readable introduction to the frontiers of statistics and experiment design. The book is written in a lovely language and contains many practical examples.

The book was translated from the Russian by *Alexander Repyev* and was published first by Mir in 1985. The book mentioned in the back cover * Do You Say Mathematics?* is an amazing one, which we will get when we will start the mathematics series!

Update: Jan 2020

The Internet Archive Link

The book has following contents:

**Contents:**

Why and for Whom This Book Is Written 7

Uncertainty and Randomness 13

Control 16

Henry Adams Takes a Decision 22

A Glimpse of Criteria 27

Radar 34

Likelihood Ratio 40

Maybe 43

Compromise 49

Dynamics Instead of Statics 58

Risk 64

The Picky Bride Strategy 70

Quality Management 74

The Mathematical Model 77

Birth Statistics 85

Caution: the Problem Reduced to a Linear One 90

Solution: Formula or Number? 100

Identification of Griminals-Bertillon System 106

Identification of Objects 111

Regression 120

Building Blocks 123

Turning to Geometry 128

Sunrise, Sunset… 134

The Nearest 143

The Art of Hope 148

Struggling for a Record 158

Vices of Passiveness 165

The Active vs the Passive 172

Who Has the Best View? 180

Step by Step 186

Where Are Experiments to Be Staged? 191

Ways to Success 206

A Helper-the Chance 211

Concluding Remarks 218

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