### Recommended books

Every researcher needs to have a personal library of the most useful books. Here I provide a list of the books I recommend. Additional categories of books will be added here over time.

### Blog posts about references

- “Elements of Statistical Learning” now online
- Academic citations in the popular press
- Accessing journal articles online
- Automatic time series forecasting in Granada
- biblatex for statisticians
- Blogs about research
- Creating a BibTeX file from a Google Library
- Econometrics and R
- Errors on percentage errors
- Establishing priority
- Following authors on Google Scholar
- Forecasting and time series books
- Free books on statistical learning
- Google scholar alerts
- Great papers to read
- How to avoid annoying a referee
- IJF review papers
- LaTeX books
- Managing a bibliographic database
- Managing research ideas
- My forecasting book now on Amazon
- My new forecasting textbook
- Nominations for best International Journal of Forecasting paper, 2012–2013
- Nominations for IJF Best Paper 2012–2013
- OTexts.org is launched
- Paperpile makes me more productive
- Past, present, and future of statistical science
- Read the literature
- Recommended survey papers
- Researcher portals
- RSS feeds for statistics and related journals
- Searching the research literature
- Searching the statistical literature
- Sight what you cite
- The art of R programming
- Time Series Data Library now on DataMarket
- To explain or predict?
- Top papers in the International Journal of Forecasting
- Use Mendeley to manage your references
- Using DOIs
- Varian on big data
- What to cite?
- Your name is your brand