Statistics: A Tool for the Social Sciences
PWS-Kent Publishing Company, Jan 1, 1992 - Mathematics - 634 pages
Aimed at undergraduate students taking course in statistics for sociology and the social sciences, this work assumes only high school algebra. This edition features a more applied social science perspective, especially with regard to multivariate analysis and the interpretation of results.
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WHAT IS STATISTICS?
FROM A SINGLE VARIABLE
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accompanying table analysis of variance annual income Appendix Table approximately average binomial bivariate association bivariate relationship box plot calculate Chapter chi-square test class interval coefficient of determination Compute confidence interval correlation coefficient data in Exercise data of Table Database dependent determine difference error estimate example expected cell counts favor Figure formula frequency distribution frequency histogram frequency polygon gamma groups independent variable inference interpretation level of technology Married measure of association median multiple regression null hypothesis observations obtained ordinal outcome partial tables percentage population means prediction equation probability distribution proportion quantitative variable random sample Refer to Exercise regression equation regression line reject H0 reject the null rejection region research hypothesis sample data sample mean sampling distribution Senior F set of scores social researchers SocSciences standard deviation statistical test test of independence test statistic third variable tion type I error voters White Medium Yule's Q