## Computational Handbook of StatisticsFeatures a step-by-step approach to statistical analysis. Includes illustrative examples from the behavioral and social sciences – applicable to education as well as a broad range of other fields. |

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### Contents

Organizing Data and Some Simple | 1 |

Confidence Intervals | 21 |

Correlation and Related Topics | 31 |

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05 level add the quotients add the sums add these squared Appendix calculated coefficient column completely randomized design confidence interval correction term Step correlation cross products data as follows degrees of freedom df for SS diff difference scores Divide the result effects equal experimental groups F ratio f-test Group 1 Group groups Step Latin square Mann-Whitney MANOVA mean of Group mean squares multiple comparisons Multiply number of measures number of scores number of subjects obtained in Step Orthogonal Polynomials overall pairs present example presented in Section Repeated Measures result of Step sample shock Source SS df square the sums squared values SSerror standard error statistical Step 11 Step 9 subtract the correction Subtract the result sum for Trial Sum of Group sum of squares sum was based Table the data test of significance total number Trial 2 Trial Trial Block two-factor two-tailed test value obtained value of Step variables variance