Statistical Methods in Practice

Statistical Methods in Practice

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qThis book presents a broad range of methods which form the core of a statistical toolkit required by scientists and technologists, including descriptive statistics (e.g. mean, median, standard deviation), inference (confidence intervals), significancetesting for one mean, two means, two standard deviations, distributions (Normal, Binomial, Poisson), exploratory data analysis (box plots), nonparametric methods, regression and correlation, cusum charts for plotting data over time and detecting changesAhands-on, practical approach to statistics for those with little background in the subject Introduces a broad range of methods which form the core of a statistical toolkit required by scientists and technologists, presented from descriptive statisticsto nonparametric methods Includes a supporting website, providing software to aid tutorials Based on practical courses given to scientists and technologists of all levels Combines realistic case studies and examples with a practical approach to statistical analysisq--Provided by publisher.aquot;This book presents a broad range of methods which form the core of a statistical toolkit required by scientists and technologists, including descriptive statistics (e.g. mean, median, standard deviation), inference (confidence intervals), ...


Title:Statistical Methods in Practice
Author: Richard Boddy, Gordon Smith
Publisher:John Wiley & Sons - 2009-09-21
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