Statistics for Managers / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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This text focuses on the two common types of business problems - cross-sectional and time series - and the differences between them. The book's unique approach is driven by a managerial approach to problem solving. Topics are motivated by discussions of the type of business problem, what data need to be collected and analyzed, and then what technique(s) are needed to solve the problem. The computer is fully integrated as the primary method of analysis. Extensive use of Minitab for Windows throughout.
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Table of Contents1. Introduction. 2. Data Collection. 3. Data Summary. 4. Cross-Sectional Studies: A Basic Model. 5. Processes and Statistical Process Control (SPC). 6. Time Series Analysis: Random Walks. 7. Making Inferences in Cross-Sectional Studies. 8. Making Inferences in Time Series Studies. 9. Simple Regression Analysis. 10. Multiple Regression Analysis. 11. Time Series Analysis I: Autoregression. 12. Time Series Analysis II. Solutions to Selected Problems. Description of Term Project. The Cumulative Normal Distribution. Index.