Practical Exercises in Applied Statistics By Julie Charlton
Practical Exercises in Applied Statistics
by Julie Charlton
'Practical Exercises in Applied Statistics' has over 60 highly structured practical exercises, each illustrating a particular statistical technique, so that students can gain confidence in their abilities. The book helps develop students' skills in data collection; shows what makes a good report using examples of other students' work; and more.
1. Sampling; 2. Sata display and summary statistics; 3. Probability; 4. The Binomial distribution; 5. The Poisson distribution; 6. The Normal distribution; 7. Confidence intervals; 8. Hypothesis testing; 9. Analysis of variance; 10. Bivariate data; 11. The X2 test (goodness of fit and contingency tables); 12. Non-parametric tests (sign test, Mann Whitney U test, Wilcoxon signed rank test); 13. Statistical process control and acceptance sampling; 14. Student reports; 15. Note on exercises
Practical Exercises in Applied Statistics by Julie Charlton
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