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Any unauthorized reproduction is prohibited.
Copyright owner: Marco Taboga.
The copyright owners of the material published in these pages and the owners of this website do not warrant or guarantee the accuracy, integrity or completeness of the information provided herein, and shall have no liability whatsoever (including but not limited to) for any direct, indirect, special or consequential damages and economic losses arising in connection with the use of the information contained herein.
Statlect's webmaster uses analytics software, including Google Analytics, to process Statlect's log files and understand how users interact with the website in order to make it more user-friendly.
The data analyzed includes your IP address and other data about your visits to Statlect, but these data do not allow Statlect's webmaster to have access to any information about your identity. In other words, your identity remains completely anonymous.
By continuing to browse Statlect's pages, you implicitly approve the processing of data about your navigation activity by Statlect's webmaster in the manner and for the purposes explained above.
The only data that is stored regards user interactions with the website (e.g., how many pages where visited, how much time was spent on a given page, which links were clicked) and basic information regarding users' navigation technology (e.g., screen size, browser type, operating system). The data is completely anonymous, in the sense that Statlect does not match the data about your navigation activity with any other data that could help to somehow recover your identity.
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Most of the learning materials found on this website are now available in a traditional textbook format.