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Statistics Without Math
Not your typical statistics book, nor is it designed to serve as a substitute for conventional statistical texts. Starts with real world observations and explains how statistics may be used as a practical tool to answer questions about them.
Paperback, 136 pages
Published March 1st 2005 by Editora Planta; North American Distributor, Sinauer Associates
(first published November 3rd 2004)
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Jan 21, 2015 Audrey Maran rated it really liked it
Statistics Without Math is a book about statistics that is written with a researcher in mind. Often, statistics books are full of sample problems and although they may teach you how to "do" statistics, they don't usually give much advice about when or why to use a certain method versus another. This book addresses the common misconceptions researchers normally have and the statistical traps that they may fall into. It describes the assumptions a method may have and the biases that it could lead ...more