Statistics workbook for dummies / Deborah J. Rumsey, PhD
Book | Wiley | 2019 | 2nd edition with online practice.
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2nd edition with online practice.
Description
viii, 322 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
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Includes index.
Contents
Introduction
Part 1: Getting Off to a Statistically Significant Start
CHAPTER 1: Summarizing Categorical Data: Counts and Percents
CHAPTER 2: Summarizing Quantitative Data: Means, Medians, and More
CHAPTER 3: Organizing Categorical Data: Charts and Graphs
CHAPTER 4: Organizing Quantitative Data: Charts and Graphs
Part 2: Probability, Distributions, and the Central Limit Theorem (Are You Having Fun Yet?)
CHAPTER 5: Understanding Probability Basics
CHAPTER 6: Measures of Relative Standing and the Normal Distribution
CHAPTER 7: The Binomial Distribution
CHAPTER 8: The t-Distribution
CHAPTER 9: Demystifying Sampling Distributions and teh Central Limit Theorem
Part 3: Guesstimating and Hypothesizing with Confidence
CHAPTER 10: Making Sense of Margin of Error
CHAPTER 11: Calculating Confidence Intervals
CHAPTER 12: Deciphering Your Confidence Interval
CHAPTER 13: Testing Hypotheses
CHAPTER 14: Taking the Guesswork Out of p-Values and Type I and II Errors
Part 4: Statistical Studies and the Hunt for a Meaningful Relationship
CHAPTER 15: Examining Polls and Surveys
CHAPTER 16: Evaluating Experiments
CHAPTER 17: Looking for Links in Categorical Data: Two-Way Tables
CHAPTER 18: Searching for Links in Quantitative Data: Correlation and Regression
Part 5: The Part of Tens
CHAPTER 19: Math Review: Ten Steps to a Better Grade
CHAPTER 20: Top Ten Statistical Formulas
CHAPTER 21: Ten Ways to Spot Common Statistical Mistakes
Appendix: Tables for Reference
Summary
Practice makes perfect, especially with statistics, and this workbook gives you piles of practice problems. More than that, it offers examples, step-by-step solutions, and tips to help you understand what your statistics professor is looking for in your answers. With free online practice quizzes to help you master the concepts, you got this!
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