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In a pleasing and conversational tone, Sally Caldwell uses this brief introductory book to invite the reader to join her on a rewarding journey into the often-feared territory of statistics. Rather than emphasizing equations at the expense of understanding, STATISTICS UNPLUGGED gives readers a clear presentation of the material they need to gain a solid grasp of what is involved in the process of statistical reasoning. While avoiding unnecessary jargon, this book uses the process of repetition and cross-referencing chapters to underscore the important concepts. As a result, the user is led, step-by-step, along the path of statistical reasoning.
Table of Contents
|Introduction: Methods, Material, And Moments To Remember|
|The What and How of Statistics|
|Describing Data and Distributions|
|The Shape of Distributions|
|The Normal Curve|
|Four Fundamental Concepts|
|Hypothesis Testing with a Single Sample Mean|
|Hypothesis Testing with Two Samples (Mean Difference and Difference of Means)|
|Beyond the Null Hypothesis|
|Analysis of Variance|
|The Chi-Square Test|
|Correlation and Regression|
|Table of Areas Under the Normal Curve (Distribution of Z)|
|Family of t Distributions (Two-Tailed Test)|
|Family of t Distributions (One-Tailed Test)|
|Distribution of F (.05 Level of Significance)|
|Distribution of F (.01 Level of Significance)|
|Distribution of Q (.05 Level of Significance)|
|Distribution of Q (.01 Level of Significance)|
|Critical Values for Chi-Square (x2)|
|Critical Values of r (Correlation Coefficient)|
|Data Sets and Computer-Based Data Analysis|
|Answers to Chapter Problems|
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