Thanks for visiting. Please allow us to introduce ourselves: we are Rob Calver, David Grubbs and John Kimmel, the Acquisitions Editors responsible for Statistics at Chapman & Hall/CRC, an imprint of CRC Press. CRC Press and Routledge comprise the Taylor & Francis Group. We are delighted to be offering you around 70 new books in statistics during 2019, including more than 15 textbooks, a number of new Handbooks, and many exciting new references and revised editions. We strive to bring you the highest quality books from the best researchers in the field, covering a broad range of topics within statistics.

Our core areas are statistical theory and methods, biostatistics and computational statistics. We are also strong in statistics in the social sciences; biological sciences; engineering; business, finance and economics; environmental science; bioinformatics; and machine learning and data mining. We are renowned for our book series, notably the Monographs on Statistics and Applied Probability series and the Texts in Statistical Science series. You may also be interested in books in our R series, Biostatistics series, Handbooks of Modern Statistical Methods series, Interdisciplinary Statistics series, Statistics in the Social and Behavioral Sciences series, Applied Environmental Statistics series, and Computer Science and Data Analysis series.

This year, we continue to commission books for our brand new book series in collaboration with the American Statistical Association. The ASA-CRC Series in Statistical Reasoning in Science and Society is a series of short non-technical books on the role of statistics in various aspects of everyday life. This series is growing rapidly, with seven titles published, and we are actively seeking new book ideas for this series.

Amongst the 70 or so titles publishing this year, we have new books on data science, R programming, spatio-temporal statistics, statistical learning, Bayesian methods in pharmaceuticals, geostatistics, multilevel modeling, and much more. We sell many of our books as e-books, available through or through third-party vendors, such as VitalSource, Amazon Kindle, ebrary, and many more.

We are very proud of the list of books we offer, but are constantly working to expand and improve it. Your ideas and feedback are essential to this and we would love to hear from you. Whether you are an author with a book idea, a student learning from one of our textbooks, or a researcher looking for a book on a particular topic, please do not hesitate to contact us with any queries or comments you may have about any of our books. The feedback is always appreciated, whether good or bad! You can contact us by clicking on our names below.

We hope you enjoy browsing our catalog and we look forward to hearing from you.

Best regards,

Rob Calver
David Grubbs
John Kimmel