A Second Course in Statistics: Regression Analysis

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Prentice Hall, 2003 - Mathematics - 880 pages
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This reader-friendly book focuses on building linear statistical models and developing skills for implementing regression analysis in real-life situations. It includes applications for a range of fields including engineering, sociology, and psychology, as well as traditional business applications. The authors use the latest material available from news articles, magazines, professional journals, the Internet, and actual consulting problems to illustrate real business situations and how to solve them using the tools of regression analysis. In addition, this book emphasizes model building and multiple regression models and pays special attention to model validation and spline regression. For professionals in any number of fields, including engineering, sociology, and psychology, who would benefit from learning how to use regression analysis to solve problems.

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CHAPTER 2 Introduction to Regression
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CHAPTER 4 Multiple Regression Models

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