Business statistics: decision making with data

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J. Wiley, 1997 - Business & Economics - 769 pages
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This book helps readers understand the reasoning by which findings from sample data can be extended to general conclusions to solve business problems. It discusses statistical methods and includes an explanation of their underlying assumptions and the dangers of ignoring them. It emphasizes the use of computers for calculations and provides numerous data sets and computer outputs.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
DESCRIBING PATTERNS IN DATA
34
ORGANIZING DATA ASSOCIATION AND RELATIONSHIPS
98
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Richard A. Johnson is the curator of the Sports Museum of New England & the author of "Young at Heart: The Story of Johnny Kelly." He lives in Boston, Massachusetts.

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