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The Art of Data Analysis

How to Answer Almost Any Question Using Basic Statistics

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Book Details:

Publisher:Wiley-Blackwell
Series: Wiley , How To
Author:Kristin H. Jarman
Edition:1
ISBN-10:1118411315
ISBN-13:9781118411315
Pages:190
Published:Jun 21 2013
Posted:Aug 12 2016
Language:English
Book format:PDF
Book size:5.51 MB

Book Description:

A friendly and accessible approach to applying statistics in the real world With an emphasis on critical thinking, The Art of Data Analysis: How to Answer Almost Any Question Using Basic Statistics presents fun and unique examples, guides readers through the entire data collection and analysis process, and introduces basic statistical concepts along the way. Leaving proofs and complicated mathematics behind, the author portrays the more engaging side of statistics and emphasizes its role as a problemsolving tool. In addition, lighthearted case studies illustrate the application of statistics to real data analyses, highlighting the strengths and weaknesses of commonly used techniques. Written for the growing academic and industrial population that uses statistics in everyday life, The Art of Data Analysis: How to Answer Almost Any Question Using Basic Statistics highlights important issues that often arise when collecting and sifting through data. Featured concepts include: Descriptive statistics Analysis of variance Probability and sample distributions Confidence intervals Hypothesis tests Regression Statistical correlation Data collection Statistical analysis with graphs Fun and inviting from beginning to end, The Art of Data Analysis is an ideal book for students as well as managers and researchers in industry, medicine, or government who face statistical questions and are in need of an intuitive understanding of basic statistical reasoning.

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