A Minitab Guide to Statistics

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Prentice Hall, 2001 - Business & Economics - 422 pages
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For a one- or two-term course in Introductory or Business Statistics using the Minitab statistical software package. This well known, Minitab author team has written a Minitab manual that can be used with any introductory or business statistics text. The manual provides statistics students with a complete introduction to Minitab and the tools they need to run statistical procedures, from descriptive statistics to time series analysis, using Minitab. Interpretation of numerical and graphical output is included. The order of topics is quite similar to that of a traditional introductory statistics text. Minitab Release 12.0 for Windows is used for examples and exercises, but commands and output are very similar to Releases 9.1 (Standard Version for Mainframe), 10, and 10 Xtra. *Menu and session commands - Described and illustrated. Windows dialog boxes are included. *Step-by-step instructions - Indicate how to manipulate and analyze data *Real-life examples, exercises, and data sets - From business, education, sciences, sports, etc. *Interpretation of numerical and graphical output. *Graphical analysis and simulations - Appear throughout the manual. *Exercises-At the end of each chapt

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Contents

Introduction to Minitab
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Managing Files and Data
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Describing Qualitative Data
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Meyer of St. Cloud State University

David Krueger, M.D., formerly practiced and taught psychiatry and psychoanalysis for more than 25 years. He is currently CEO of MentorPath, an executive coaching practice serving corporate executives and healing professionals, and he serves as Mentor Coach and Dean of Curriculum for the Coach Training Alliance. Krueger lives in Houston, Texas.
John David Man has been writing about business, leadership, and the laws of success for more than 20 years. He is coauthor of the "Wall Street Journal" bestseller "The Go-Giver" and the Silver Nautilus Award-winning "A Deadly Misunderstanding" and author of "The Zen of MLM". Mann lives in Massachusetts.

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