Statistics Without Tears: A Primer for Non-mathematicians
"An ideal introduction to statistics in any field."
This text uses words and diagrams, rather than formulas and equations, to help students from all subject areas understand what statistics is, and how to think statistically. The author uses a question-and-answer presentation style to help students learn on their own. "Statistics Without Tears" focuses on the ideas behind statistics only; students are not required to perform any calculations.
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Review: Statistics Without Tears: An Introduction for Non-MathematiciansUser Review - Frank - Goodreads
This introduction to Statistics is very good and there really are only few numbers and formulas in it. About 1/2 - 2/3 of the book does an excellent job of explaining the basic concepts of this ... Read full review
Review: Statistics Without Tears: An Introduction for Non-MathematiciansUser Review - Jessy Hancock - Goodreads
This is a wonderful little companion for an introductory statistics class, my only qualm is it goes from calling scatter diagrams 'dot diagrams' to suddenly trying to explain chi-squares using only ... Read full review