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Statistics Explained

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ISBN-10: 1848723121

ISBN-13: 9781848723122

Edition: 3rd 2014 (Revised)

Authors: Perry R. Hinton

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Statistics Explained is an accessible introduction to statistical concepts and ideas. It makes few assumptions about the reader's statistical knowledge, carefully explaining each step of the analysis and the logic behind it. The book: provides a clear explanation of statistical analysis and the key statistical tests employed in analysing research data gives accessible explanations of how and why statistical tests are used includes a wide range of practical, easy-to-understand worked examples. Building on the international success of earlier editions, this fully updated revision includes developments in statistical analysis, with new sections explaining concepts such as…    
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Book details

Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2014
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Publication date: 3/6/2014
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 358
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.738
Language: English

Introduction
Descriptive Statistics
Standard Scores
Introduction to Hypothesis Testing
Sampling
Hypothesis Testing with One Sample
Selecting Samples for Comparison
Hypothesis Testing with Two Samples
Significance, Error and Power
Samples and Statistical Inference
Introduction to the Analysis of Variance
One Factor Independent Measures ANOVA
Multiple Comparisons
One Factor Repeated Measures ANOVA
The Interaction of Factors in the Analysis of Variance
The Two Factor ANOVA
Two Sample Nonparametric Analyses
One Factor ANOVA for Ranked Data
Analysing Frequency Data: Chi-Square
Linear Correlation and Regression
Multiple Correlation and Regression
Complex Analyses
An Introduction to the General Linear Model
Postscript
Notes
Glossary
References
Appendix
Index