A Course in Business Statistics, Volume 1
Patrick W. Shannon
Prentice Hall, 2002 - Business & Economics - 657 pages
This book presents core topics in descriptive and inferential statistics with a rich assortment of business examples and real data, and an emphasis on decision-making. It contains a narrative writing style—and the captivating examples and applications, and rich data sets are woven right into the narrative. The examples are interesting, realistic and drawn from all areas of business and life. There is significant emphasis on using statistical software as a tool, with most examples presented in a spreadsheet environment using Excel and Minitab. Every topic is introduced in the context of a real business application complete with real data, from small and large data sets.
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THE WHERE WHY AND HOW OF DATA
INTRODUCTION TO DECISION
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