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1.3 Comments on software
2.1 Summation notation
2.2 Measures of location
2.3 Measures of variation
2.5 Some modern advances and insights
3.1 Relative frequencies
3.2 Histograms
3.3 Boxplots and stem-and-leaf displays
3.4 Some modern trends and developments
4.1 The meaning of probability
4.2 Expected values
4.3 Conditional probability and independence
4.4 The Binomial probability function
4.5 The normal curve
4.6 Computing probabilities associated with normal curves
4.7 Some modern advances and insights
5.1 Sampling distribution of a binomial random variable
5.2 Sampling distribution of the mean under normality
5.3 Non-normality and the sampling distribution of the sample mean
5.4 Sampling distribution of the median
5.5 Modern advances and insights
6.1 Confidence interval for the mean: Known variance
6.2 Confidence intervals for the mean: σ not known
6.3 Confidence intervals for the population median
6.4 The binomial: Confidence interval for the probability of success
6.5 Modern advances and insights
7.1 Testing hypotheses about the mean of a normal distribution,
7.2 Testing hypotheses about the mean of a normal distribution,
7.3 Modern advances and insights
8.1 Least squares regression
8.2 Inferences about the slope and intercept
8.3 Correlation
8.4 Modern advances and insights
8.5 Some concluding remarks
9.1 Comparing the means of two independent groups
9.2 Comparing two dependent groups
9.3 Some modern advances and insights
10.1 The ANOVA F test for independent groups
10.2 Two-way ANOVA
10.3 Modern advances and insights
11.1 Classic methods for independent groups
11.2 Methods that allow unequal population variances
11.3 Methods for dependent groups
11.4 Some modern advances and insights
12.1 One-way contingency tables
12.2 Two-way contingency tables
12.3 Some modern advances and insights
13.1 Comparing independent groups
13.2 Comparing two dependent groups
13.3 Rank-based correlations
13.4 Some modern advances and insights
13.5 Some final comments on comparing groups
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Basic Statistics

Basic Statistics

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Published by James Gikingo
STATISTICS
STATISTICS

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