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The fun and easy way to enhance your grasp of statistics
Need to expand your statistics knowledge and move on to Statistics II? This friendly, hands-on guide gives you the skills you need to take on multiple regression, analysis of variance (ANOVA), Chi-square tests, nonparametric procedures, and other key topics. Statistics II For Dummies also provides plenty of test-taking strategies as well as real-world applications that make data analysis a snap, whether you're in the classroom or at work.
Begin with the basics — review the highlights of Stats I and expand on simple linear regression, confidence intervals, and hypothesis tests
Start making predictions — master multiple, nonlinear, and logistic regression; check conditions; and interpret results
Analyze variance with ANOVA — break down the ANOVA table, one-way and two-way ANOVA, the F-test, and multiple comparisons
Connect with Chi-square tests — examine two-way tables and test categorical data for independence and goodness-of-fit
Leap ahead with nonparametrics — grasp techniques used when you can't assume your data has a normal distribution
Open the book and find:
Up-to-date methods for analyzing data
Full explanations of Statistics II concepts
Clear and concise step-by-step procedures
Dissection of computer output
Lots of tips, strategies, and warnings
Ten common errors in statistical conclusions
Everyday statistics applications
Tables for completing calculations used in the book
Apply statistics to real-world situations
Deborah Rumsey, PhD, is a Statistics Education Specialist and Auxiliary Faculty Member in the Department of Statistics at Ohio State University. She is also a Fellow of the American Statistical Association and has received the Presidential Teaching Award from Kansas State University. Dr. Rumsey has published numerous papers and given many professional presentations on the subject of statistics education.