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Applying statistical concepts
Dennis E. Hinkle
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Applying statistical concepts: A workbook to accompany Applied statistics for the behavioral sciences by Dennis E Hinkle (Author)1/5(1). Book Description. The new edition of An Introduction to Statistical Concepts is designed to help students really understand statistical concepts, the situations in which they can be used, and how to apply them to data.
Hahs-Vaughn and Lomax discuss the most popular, along with many of the lesser-known, procedures and models, whilst also exploring nonparametric procedures used when standard. This book offers a fun introduction to the fundamental principles of statistics, presenting essential concepts in thirty-four brief, enjoyable stories.
Drawing on his experience as a medical researcher, the author blends insightful explanations and humor, with minimal math, to help readers understand and interpret the statistics they read every.
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Introduction Much has been written about methods of teaching statistics and about how to assess students' knowledge of statistics, but almost nothing on the extent to which. and reviews some of the basic concepts of both frequentist statistics and Bayesian analysis. This provides a foundational framework for developing the structure of decision problems.
The second section presents the main concepts and key methods involved in decision theory. The last section of Part I extends this to statistical decision. Practical Statistics for Data Scientists, 2nd Edition 50+ Essential Concepts Using R and Python.
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Chance and Allan J. Rossman Preface to the First Edition To the Student Statistics is a mathematical science. While this is a very short sentence, perhaps a self-evident one, and certainly one of the shortest.The book begins by taking a ‘how to’ approach, which explains how specific statistical tests can be per- formed.
We have included details of how to calculate many of the statistics by hand. This is because doing at least some of the statistics by hand will help you to get a feel for the Size: 59KB.