Statistical Methods for the Information Professional: A Practical, Painless Approach to Understanding, Using, and Interpreting Statistics, Volume 367

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American Society for Information Science and Technology, Jan 1, 2001 - Business & Economics - 209 pages
In this unique and useful book, Liwen Vaughan clearly explains the statistical methods used in information science research, focusing on basic logic rather than mathematical intricacies. Her emphasis is on the meaning of statistics, when and how to apply them, and how to interpret the results of statistical analysis. Through the use of real-world examples, she shows how statistics can be used to improve services, make better decisions, and conduct more effective research. More than 80 helpful figures and tables, seven appendices, a bibliography, and an index are included.

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