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Stats 3rd edition ( Data and Models )

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Stats 3rd edition ( Data and Models )

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Stats 3rd edition ( Data and Models )

ISBN: 0321692551

ISBN-13: 9780321692559

Authors: Richard D De Veaux, Paul F Velleman, David E Bock

Details of the book:

"Stats: Data and Models", Third Edition, by Richard D De Veaux, Paul F Velleman and David E Bock is a book that depicts and aids the students to learn the basic concepts of statistics and emphasizes them to connect their statistical concepts with the real world. The book tells us that how important is statistics in our day to day life. The textbook is well known for its easy comprehension; it highlights on data analysis and statistical thinking, and therefore is greatly appreciated by the students and the instructors. The authors make use of their experiences to bring out the numerous examples that helping the students for learning and knowing about how data should be reasoned." Stats: Data and Models", Third Edition" consists of brief chapters which emphasizes on each one of the topic that provides the instructors to plan their courses with maximum flexibility. The textbook is best suitable as an introductory statistics courses based on one or two semester that includes important topics of statistics-viz. Multiple Regression, ANOVA and Non parametric method of inference etc.

The book contains the following:

  • How data should be explored and understood

  • Describing, displaying and summarizing categorical and quantitative data.

  • How distributions should be compared

  • Relationships between two variables through scatter plots, correlation, regression etc.

  • How data should be gathered , sample survey and different types of studies- Experimental and Observational Studies

  • The concepts of randomness, random variables, probability rules and models.

  • Sampling distribution of models, confidence intervals and testing of hypotheses for one and two proportions.

  • Inferences about means and comparing means

  • What are paired samples and Blocks

  • How counts are compared

  • Inferring regression output

  • Basics of ANOVA, multiple regression etc.

  • At the end of each chapter review is been provided.

  • Appendixes contain some important selected formulas, answers to exercises, photo acknowledgements, index and statistical tables.


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