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By: D Moore and GP McCabe
848 pages, 209 illus
With its focus on data analysis, statistical reasoning, and the way statisticians actually work, Introduction to the Practice of Statistics has helped to revolutionize the way statistics are taught in the classroom. It frees students from an overload of computation, enabling them to go beyond the raw numbers to see what the data actually means. A companion website is available filled with quizzes, study guides, images from the text and further resources for both students and instructors.
Part I: Data; Looking At Data-Distributions; Looking At Data-Relationships; Producing Data; Part II: Probability And Inference; Probability: The Study Of Randomness; Sampling Distributions; Introduction To Inference; Inference For Distributions; Inference For Proportions; Part III: Topics On Inference; Analysis for Two-way Tables; Inference For Regression; Multiple Regression; One-Way Analysis Of Variance; Two-Way Analysis Of Variance
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DAVID S. MOORE and GEORGE P. MCCABE Purdue University, USA
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