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I know that regression, chi-distribution, covariance, error propagation, etc. are frequent tools for experimental physicists.
So, I'd like to know if advanced statistics topics are used in data analysis in Physics (bootstrapping, frequentist vs bayesian approach, Montecarlo, etc)?
I've found many articles about this in particle physics, but not in other fields (classical mechanics, EM...). So, could they be applied to things such as studying the period of a pendullum (although it might be overkill)?
If the answer is yes:
Is there any statistics book with physical applications? Something like Taylor's "Error analysis" but more advanced.