Statistics without tears: a primer for non-mathematicians

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Scribner, Sep 1, 1981 - Mathematics - 199 pages
18 Reviews
This book is written in the belief that the basic concepts of statistics can be learned without having to perform calculations. It provides an introduction to the main concepts and terminology of statistics, providing the student with the ideas of the subject before getting involved in the associated calculations.

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Review: Statistics Without Tears: An Introduction for Non-Mathematicians

User Review  - Frank - Goodreads

This introduction to Statistics is very good and there really are only few numbers and formulas in it. About 1/2 - 2/3 of the book does an excellent job of explaining the basic concepts of this ... Read full review

Review: Statistics Without Tears: An Introduction for Non-Mathematicians

User Review  - Jessy Hancock - Goodreads

This is a wonderful little companion for an introductory statistics class, my only qualm is it goes from calling scatter diagrams 'dot diagrams' to suddenly trying to explain chi-squares using only ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
9
Describing our sample
28
Summarizing our data
38
Copyright

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