Statistics Using SPSS: An Integrative Approach
Cambridge University Press, 2008. gada 3. marts - 764 lappuses
This is an introductory applied statistics text that can be used for a one- or two-semester course at either the undergraduate or graduate level. Central features are its hands-on approach; the use of real data; the wealth of exercises and illustrated examples using these data; the complete set of detailed answers to exercises in an appendix; the presentation of statistical methods with a clear, conceptual emphasis that includes an historical account of each method; and the integration of SPSS in a way that reflects statistical practice. Step-by-step instructions for using SPSS are provided as each new analytic procedure is introduced. A data CD is included with the text so that students may conduct their own statistical analyses and learn firsthand how statistics is used in practice.
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APPENDIX B GENERATING DISTRIBUTIONS FOR CHAPTERS 8 AND 9 USING
EXPLORING RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN TWO VARIABLES
Other Special Cases of the Pearson
SIMPLE LINEAR REGRESSION
THEORETICAL PROBABILITY MODELS
THE ROLE OF SAMPLING IN INFERENTIAL STATISTICS
INFERENCES INVOLVING THE MEAN OF A SINGLE POPULATION WHEN IS KNOWN
EXAMINING UNIVARIATE DISTRIBUTIONS
MEASURES OF LOCATIONSPREADAND SKEWNESS
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