How to Think About Statistics

How to Think About Statistics

eBook - 1999
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McMillan Palgrave
An easy, logical way to make sense of the numbers and data you encounter every day.

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Explores the underlying logic of data analysis, explaining basic statistical concepts step by step to show how numbers are gathered, interpreted, and, in some cases, misapplied. Math-phobic readers will appreciate the engaging writing style and its avoidance of arcane mathematics and dull computation. Includes chapter summaries, worked calculations, and sample applications and solutions. This sixth edition draws on a broader range of current examples from areas such as psychology, medicine, and sports. The author is a retired professor of psychology at Boise State University. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (

Publisher: New York : W.H. Freeman, 1999
Edition: 6th ed
ISBN: 9780716736547
Branch Call Number: 519.5 P544h 1999
Characteristics: 202 p. : ill. ; 24 cm


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