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KEY MESSAGE:Intro Stats, Third Edition, continues and extends the successful innovations pioneered in the DeVeaux/Velleman/Bock books, teaching statistics and statistical thinking for today's readers. This book uses a fun, conversational writing style, real data, and short, accessible chapters. The consistent Think/Show/Tell model for worked examples reinforces thinking about how to approach a statistics problem, showing how to solve it, and reporting the conclusion in the context of the problem. KEY TOPICS: Exploring and Understanding Data; Exploring Relationships between Variables; Gathering Data; Randomness and Probability; From the Data at Hand to the World At Large; Learning about the World; Inference When Variables are Related MARKET: For all readers interested in Statistics.
Table of Contents
|Exploring and Understanding Data|
|Stats Starts Here|
|Displaying and Describing Categorical Data|
|Displaying and Summarizing Quantitative Data|
|Understanding and Comparing Distributions|
|The Standard Deviation as a Ruler and the Normal Model Review of Part I Exploring and Understanding Data|
|Exploring Relationships between Variables|
|Scatterplots, Association, and Correlation|
|Re-expressing Data: Get It Straight!Review of Part II Exploring Relationships Between Variables|
|Experiments and Observational Studies|
|Review of Part III Gathering Data|
|Randomness and Probability|
|From Randomness to Probability|
|Review of Part IV Randomness and Probability|
|From the Data at Hand to the World At Large|
|Sampling Distribution Models|
|Confidence Intervals for Proportions|
|Testing Hypotheses about Proportions|
|More about Tests|
|Comparing Two Proportions|
|Review of Part V From the Data at Hand to the World at Large|
|Learning about the World|
|Inferences about Means|
|Paired Samples and Blocks|
|Review of Part VI Learning About the World|
|Inference When Variables are Related|
|Inferences for Regression|
|Review of Part VII Inference When Variables Are Related|
|Analysis of Variance-on the CD|
|Multiple Regression-on the CD|
|Tables and Selected Formulas|
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