An Introduction to Statistical Problem Solving in Geography

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McGraw-Hill, 2000 - Science - 254 pages
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Geography students need a solid introduction to the variety of ways in which statistical procedures are used to explore and to solve realistic geographic problems. This book is designed to provide a comprehensive and understandable introduction to statistical methods in a practical, problem solving framework. Students who use this text in a spatial analysis or statistical methods course will acquire a well-grounded foundation and feel comfortable in applying statistical techniques in research problems or situations that they might encounter in their subsequent geographic education and careers.

This book is targeted for undergraduate geography majors and beginning graduate students who do not have a strong background in statistical approaches to geographic problem solving.

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THE CONTEXT
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CHARACTERISTICS
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DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS
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