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Chapter 0. Introduction to SPSS 12.0 for Windows
0.1 Accessing SPSS 12.0 For Windows
0.2 Entering Data
0.3 Saving An SPSS Data File
0.4 Opening An Existing SPSS Data File From Disk
0.5 Opening An SPSS Data File From The W. H. Freeman Web site
0.6 Opening A Microsoft Excel Data File From Disk
0.7 Defining A Variable
0.8 Recoding A Variable
0.9 Deleting A Case From An SPSS Data File
0.10 Opening Data Sets Not Created By SPSS Or Windows Excel
0.11 Printing In SPSS For Windows
0.12 Copying From SPSS Into Microsoft Word 97
0.13 Using SPSS Help
1.1 Displaying Distributions With Graphs
Chapter 1. Looking At Data ─Distributions
1.2 Describing Distributions With Numbers: Center And Spread
1.3 Density Curves And Normal Distributions
Exercises For Chapter 1
2.1 Scatterplots
Chapter 2. Looking at Data — Relationships
2.2 Correlation
2.3 Least-Squares Regression
2.4 Cautions About Correlation And Regression
Exercises For Chapter 2
Chapter 3. Producing Data
3.1 First Steps
3.2 Design of Experiments
3.3 Sampling Design
3.4 Toward Statistical Inference
Exercises For Chapter 3
Chapter 4. Probability: The Study of Randomness
4.1 Randomness
4.2 Probability Models
Exercises For Chapter 4
5.1 Sampling Distributions For Counts And Proportions
Chapter 5. Sampling Distributions
5.2 The Sampling Distribution Of A Sample Mean
Exercises For Chapter 5
Chapter 6. Introduction to Inference
6.1 Estimating With Confidence
6.4 Power And Inference As A Decision*
Exercises For Chapter 6
Chapter 7. Inference For Distributions
7.1 Inference For The Mean Of A Population
7.2 Comparing Two Means
7.3 Optional Topics in Comparing Distributions
Exercises For Chapter 7
Chapter 8. Inference For Proportions
8.1 Inference For A Single Proportion
8.2 Comparing Two Proportions
Exercises For Chapter 8
Chapter 9. Analysis of Two-Way Tables
9.1 Data Analysis For Two-Way Tables
9.2 Inference For Two-Way Tables
9.3 Formulas And Models For Two-Way Tables
9.4 Goodness Of Fit
Exercises For Chapter 9
10.1 Simple Linear Regression
Chapter 10. Inference for Regression
10.2 More Detail About Simple Linear Regression
Exercises For Chapter 10
11.1 Inference For Multiple Regression
11.2 A Case Study
Chapter 11. Multiple Regression
Exercises For Chapter 11
12.1 Inference For One-Way Analysis of Variance
Chapter 12. One-Way Analysis Of Variance
12.2 Comparing The Means
Exercises For Chapter 12
Chapter 13. Two-Way Analysis of Variance
13.1 The Two-Way ANOVA Model
The Two-Way ANOVA Model
13.2 Inference For Two-Way ANOVA
Exercises For Chapter 13
Chapter 14. Bootstrap Methods and Permutation Tests1
14.1 The Bootstrap Idea
14.2 First Steps In Using The Bootstrap
14.3 How Accurate Is A Bootstrap Distribution?
14.4 Bootstrap Confidence Intervals
14.5 Significance-Testing Using Permutation Tests
Exercises For Chapter 14
15.1 Wilcoxon Rank Sum Test
Chapter 15. Nonparametric Tests
15.2 Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test
15.3 Kruskal-Wallis Test
Exercises For Chapter 15
16.1 The Logistic Regression Model
Chapter 16. Logistic Regression
16.2 Inference For The Logistic Regression Model
Exercises For Chapter 16
17.1 Process And Statistical Control
Chapter 17. Statistical Process Control
17.2 Using Control Charts
17.3 Process Capability Indexes
17.4 Control Charts For Sample Proportions
Exercises For Chapter 17
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