Making Sense of Statistics: A Conceptual Overview

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Pyrczak Pub., 2003 - Business & Economics - 144 pages

* An overview of descriptive and inferential statistics without formulas and computations.

* Clear and to-the-point narrative makes this short book perfect for all courses in which statistics are discussed.

* Helps statistics students who are struggling with the concepts. Shows them the meanings of the statistics they are computing.

* This book is easy to digest because it is divided into short sections with review questions at the end of each section.

* Running sidebars draw students' attention to important concepts.

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Part A The Research Context 1 The Empirical Approach to Knowledge
Types of Empirical Research
Introduction to Sampling

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