## Applied Statistical Methods: For Business, Economics, and the Social Sciences[NOTE: Is this the current title?] This book describes and explains the entire process of designing and building a distributed object application with the VisualAge Smalltalk Distributed feature.This book contains an overview of the features and architecture of SmallTalk's Distributed feature; sample application components with supporting documentation to illustrate design and coding; and recommendations for building distributed object applications with VisualAge. Learn how to set up the development environment, and special considerations for testing, run-time configurations, optimization and performance tuning.For software development managers, designers and others planning to develop client/server and peer-to-peer applications with distributed objects using VisualAge. |

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION | 1 |

DESCRIBING THE DATA | 12 |

DESCRIPTIVE RELATIONSHIPS | 86 |

Copyright | |

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acceptance interval analysis of variance applied asked Assume average binomial cereal Chapter coefficient estimates components computed confidence interval control chart cost covariance critical value daily sales data file decision rule defined degrees of freedom Determine the probability developed economic equal example expected value experience Figure forecast frequency distribution given hypothesis test important income increase independent variables indicates Key Idea linear machine manager mean and variance measure Minitab normal distribution null hypothesis number of defective observations output packages Pareto chart pattern plot Poisson population mean population variance predicted probability density function probability of Type Problem Exercises procedures production purchase quality control random sample random variable regression analysis regression equation relationship sample mean sample proportion sample variance selected serial correlation shipment slope coefficient Solution square standard deviation statistical Student subgroups Table time-series tion Type II error units weight

### References to this book

Cost-benefit Analysis for Public Sector Decision Makers Diana Fuguitt,Shanton J. Wilcox Limited preview - 1999 |