Understanding Statistics as a Language

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This book has successfully taught introductory statistics to non-mathematicians who had previously failed two semester of statistics or had completed the courses with no idea of what they had done. It uses a statistical decision model that is easy to understand and apply. Each chapter leads the student through one stats test using Minitab. The book helps the student understand which stat to use and what the results mean to a business person.
 

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Contents

STATISTICS AS A LANGUAGE
CENTRAL TENDENCIES
DISTRIBUTION
MEASURES OF VARIABILITY
vi
GRAPHICS
xv
INDEPENDENT GROUP tTEST
xxiv
ONEWAY ANOVA
xxx
PAIRED tTEST
ii
PEARSON PRODUCT MOMENT CORRELATION
viii
MANNWHITNEY U TEST
xvi
KRUSKALWALLIS
xxiii
WILCOXON SIGNEDRANKS TEST
xxx
SPEARMAN RANK CORRELATION
xxxvi
CHISQUARE GOODNESS OF
xlvii
TUKEY HONESTLY SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCE TABLE
2
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