Synopses & Reviews
The fastest, easiest way to learn statistics
Now all you need to teach yourself statistics is this complete, accessible guide and your ability to work simple equations. You'll learn when, why, and how to effectively perform basic statistical procedures, from setting up tables and computations to analyzing your own data. You'll also discover how to apply statistical concepts to such diverse areas as education, engineering, and the social, biological, and physical sciences. This completely revised edition includes:
- New information on applying statistics to standard computer spreadsheets (Lotus, Excel, etc.)
- An interactive format that lets you work at your own pace
- Frequent self-tests and exercises to reinforce what you've learned
DONALD J. KOOSIS is Executive Director of Instructional Systems Consultants, Inc. He lives in New York City.
Also by Donald Koosis, now newly revised and updated: Business Statistics, Third Edition
Synopsis
The fastest, easiest way to learn statistics
Now all you need to teach yourself statistics is this complete, accessible guide and your ability to work simple equations. You'll learn when, why, and how to effectively perform basic statistical procedures, from setting up tables and computations to analyzing your own data. You'll also discover how to apply statistical concepts to such diverse areas as education, engineering, and the social, biological, and physical sciences. This completely revised edition includes:
* New information on applying statistics to standard computer spreadsheets (Lotus, Excel, etc.)
* An interactive format that lets you work at your own pace
* Frequent self-tests and exercises to reinforce what you've learned
DONALD J. KOOSIS is Executive Director of Instructional Systems Consultants, Inc. He lives in New York City.
Also by Donald Koosis, now newly revised and updated: Business Statistics, Third Edition
Table of Contents
Basic Skills.
Populations and Samples.
Estimating.
Hypothesis Testing.
Differences Between Means.
The Difference Between Two Variances or Several Means.
The Relation Between Two Sets of Measures.
A Test of Distributions.
The Combined Effects of Two Variables.
Appendices.
Index.