Exploring the Practice of Statistics

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Written by Professor David S Moore

Published by W.H. Freeman & Company

Dec, 2012

336 pages

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Statistics is the science of data. Exploring the Practice of Statistics (EPS) is an introductory text based on this principle. We present methods of basic statistics in away that emphasizesworkingwith data andmastering statistical reasoning. EPS is elementary inmathematical level, but conceptually rich in statistical ideas. After completing a course based on our text, students will be able to think objectively about conclusions drawn from data and to use
statistical methodsin their own work.
In EPS, we combine attention to basic statistical concepts with a comprehensive presentation of the elementary statistical methods that students will find useful in their work. The philosophy behind EPS is the same as that for Introduction to the Practice of Statistics (IPS), now in its seventh edition. The level is suitable for beginners and there is an overall emphasis on doing statistics rather than just talking about the subject. This hands-on approach makes our course more similar to oneondrawing or painting rather than art appreciation.

Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1 Exploring Statistics
PART I LOOKING AT DATA
CHAPTER 2 Producing Data
CHAPTER 3 Looking at Data-Distributions
CHAPTER 4 Looking at Data-Relationships PART II PROBABILITY AND INFERENCE
CHAPTER 5 Probability: The Study of Randomness
CHAPTER 6 Inference for Proportions
CHAPTER 7 Inference for Means
CHAPTER 8 Delving into the Use of Inference PART III TOPICS IN INFERENCE
CHAPTER 9 Analysis of Two-Way Tables
CHAPTER 10 Inference for Regression
CHAPTER 11 Multiple Regression
CHAPTER 12 One-Way Analysis of Variance
CHAPTER 13 Two-Way Analysis of Variance
CHAPTER 14 Logistic Regression
CHAPTER 15 Nonparametric Tests
CHAPTER 16 Bootstrap Methods and Permutation Tests
CHAPTER 17 Statistics for Quality: Control and Capability

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Title: Exploring the Practice of Statistics
Author: Professor David S Moore
Language: English
Length: 336
Edition: 1
Publisher: W.H. Freeman & Company
Publication Date: 2012-12-28
ISBN-10: 1464103186
ISBN-13: 9781464103186
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