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Statistical Methods for Geography; A Student's Guide

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3rd
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9781848600034

ISBN10:
1848600038
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Pub. Date:
2/11/2010
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SAGE Publications Ltd
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'This book provides students with everything they need to know in both a basic statistics course and also in introductory courses focused on spatial data analysis. It is extremely well-writen, well-organised and has plenty of easily understood examples - really the ideal textbook. I recommend it extremely highly' - Stewart Fotheringham, Director, National Centre for Geocomputation National University of Ireland MaynoothThe Third Edition of this bestselling student favourite has again been revised and updated to provide an expert introduction to the principal methods and techniques needed to understand a statistics module.Features new to this edition include:- further introductory material- updated exercises and illustrative examples- updated downloadable datasets

Table of Contents

Preface
Preface to the Second Edition
Preface to the Third Edition
Introduction to Statistical Methods for Geography
Descriptive Statistics
Probability and Discrete Probability Distributions
Continuous Probability Distributions and Probability Models
Inferential Statistics: Confidence Intervals, Hypothesis Testing and Sampling
Analysis of Variance
Correlation
Introduction to Regression Analysis
More on Regression
Spatial Patterns
Data Reduction: Factor Analysis and Cluster Analysis
Epilogue
Statistical Tables
Random Digits
Normal Distribution
A0A0Student's t-Distribution
Cumulative t-Distribution
A0A0F-Distribution
A0A0C22 Distribution
Mathematical Conventions and Notation
Mathematical Conventions
Mathematical Notation
Review and Extension of Some Probability Theory
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