Statistics Books for Loan
Where to buy books?
Checking out books from Statistics Books for Loan gives you a chance
to preview a book before you buy it. If you find that you will have recurring
need for a book, here is a list of sources where you can buy such books with
comments. We suggest comparison shopping since prices can vary.
www.directtextbook.com - This site compares prices on New and Used
Textbooks, helping you to find the best price.
www.chegg.com - Chegg not only sells cheap textbooks but they also rent them too.
Also, with every book bought or rented from Chegg, we plant a tree. So far we have planted
over 5 million trees with our Chegg for Good program!
- CollegeBookRenter.com -
An online resource for renting, selling, and searching textbooks online. One of the largest wholesalers of college textbooks
- BestBookBuys.com - This
service compares the prices among many competitors, but we have sometimes
found better prices other places when we manually checked their price.
Affordabook.com - It compares prices over 20 partners including Amazon and Walmart.
http://www.sas.com/apps/pubscat/complete.jsp , SAS Publishing - The
source for books specifically geared towards SAS, especially the "Books By
- http://www.stata.com/bookstore/ - The source
for books specifically geared towards Stata, with data files associated with
- Amazon.com & Barnes
& Noble.com - A terrific selection, carrying almost every book we have
ever looked for.
- http://www.ecampus.com - Not as wide of a
selection, geared more towards textbooks you would find for undergraduate and
graduate courses, but often very good prices on these kinds of books.
http://www.abebooks.com - New and used textbooks, the prices are
sometimes cheaper than the alternatives.
- The UCLA Bookzone
- Allows you to search their database of titles and to see what is in stock,
saving you time and shipping charges.
- www.kno.com - Sells e-textbooks.
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