Statistics for the Terrified

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Prentice Hall, 2007 - Mathematics - 206 pages
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Written in a personal and informal style, this book helps readers make the leap from apprehension to comprehension. Statistics For The Terrified4/e  teaches students how to use SPSS, one of the most widely used statistical software packages. This book successfully encourages readers grasp the meaning of basic statistical concepts and to solve statistical problems through a unique blend of humor, logic, and common sense. Examples problems are provided using SPSS for every key concept along with step-by-step assistance, without the need for lengthy theoretical discussions.

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Essentials for Statistics
Overcoming Math Anxiety
How to Use SPSS

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