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Introduction to the Practice of Statistics (IPS) shows students how to produce and interpret data from real-world contexts—doing the same type of data gathering and analysis that working statisticians in all kinds of businesses and institutions do every day. With this phenomenally successful approach originally developed by David Moore and George McCabe, statistics is more than just a collection of techniques and formulas. Instead, students develop a systematic way of thinking about data, with a focus on problem-solving that
Introduction to the Practice of Statistics is the classic textbook for teaching statistics. This textbook shows students how to produce and interpret data from real-world contexts, guiding them through the type of data gathering and analysis that working statisticians do every day. With this phenomenally successful approach developed by David Moore and George McCabe, statistics is more than just a collection of techniques and formulas. Instead, students develop a way of thinking about data with a focus on problem-solving that
CD-ROM includes: Electronic Encyclopedia of Statistical Examples and Exercises, an interactive quiz for each chapter, video clips and some special electronic statistical tools.
With a focus on data analysis, statistical reasoning, and the way statisticians actually work, IPS has helped to revolutionize the way statistics is taught and brings the much needed power of critical thinking and practical applications to students. IPS is now revised and updated, including 30% new exercises and many new current examples.
Introductory Statistics is designed for the one-semester, introduction to statistics course and is geared toward students majoring in fields other than math or engineering. This text assumes students have been exposed to intermediate algebra, and it focuses on the applications of statistical knowledge rather than the theory behind it. The foundation of this textbook is Collaborative Statistics, by Barbara Illowsky and Susan Dean. Additional topics, examples, and ample opportunities for practice have been added to each chapter. The development choices
Part of the best-selling David Moore introductory statistics textbook family, The Practice of Statistics for Business and Economics uses a similar, accessible approach found in The Basic Practice of Statistics but applies to the world of business and economics. With The Practice of Statistics for Business and Economics, instructors can help students develop a working knowledge of data production and interpretation in a business and economics context, giving them the practical tools they need to make data-informed, real-world business and
View a Panopto recording of textbook author Daren Starnes detailing ten reasons the new fourth edition of The Practice of Statistics is the right choice for the AP* Statistics course. Watch instructor video reviews here. Available for your Fall 2010 Course! Request Sample Chapter 3 here. The most thorough and exciting revision to date, The Practice of Statistics 4e is a text that fits all AP* Statistics classrooms. Authors Starnes, Yates and Moore drew upon the guidance of some of the most
The third edition of The Basic Practice of Statistics builds on the strenghts of the second: a balanced and modern approach to data analysis, data production, and inference; and an emphasis on clear explanations of ideas rather than formal mathematics or reliance on recipes.
Exploring the Practice of Statistics adapts the successful approach to data analysis of Moore, McCabe, and Craig’s best-selling Introduction to the Practice of Statistics to new organization that is streamlined for a one-semester course. Exploring the Practice of Statistics introduces data collection early and covers tests of proportions before tests of means. An engaging new opening chapter motivates students by presenting an overview of major statistical ideas in the context of contemporary applications. Part Reviews offer a large set
An introduction to SPSS and a guide to its specific use with Introduction to the Practice of Statistics.
This is the first introductory statistics text to use an estimation approach from the start to help readers understand effect sizes, confidence intervals (CIs), and meta-analysis (‘the new statistics’). It is also the first text to explain the new and exciting Open Science practices, which encourage replication and enhance the trustworthiness of research. In addition, the book explains NHST fully so students can understand published research. Numerous real research examples are used throughout. The book uses today’s most effective