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This is a clear and concise introduction to the key ideas of statistical reasoning. It provides intuitive explanations of the statistical reasoning behind the methods of data collection and making inferences.
Organizing Data and Describing Patterns.
Describing Bivariate Data.
Probability—The Basis for Inference.
Random Variables and Probability Distributions.
Variation in Repeated Samples—Sampling Distributions.
Inferences About Means—Large Samples.
Small Samples Inferences for Normal Populations.
Comparing Two Treatments.
Analyzing Count Data.
Regression Analysis—Simple Linear Regression.
Answers to Selected Odd-Numbered Exercises.