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**Fred Pyrczak**

- Author:Fred Pyrczak
- ISBN:1884585337
- ISBN13:978-1884585333
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- Publisher:Pyrczak Pub; 4th edition (October 2000)
- Subcategory:Mathematics
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Making Sense of Statistics: A Conceptual Overview.

Making Sense of Statistics: A Conceptual Overview.

Statistics are boring. this book made learning the concepts quite simple and easy to learn. Making Sense of Statistics: A Conceptual Overview.

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An overview of descriptive and inferential statistics without formulas and computations. Clear and to-the-point narrative makes this short book perfect for all courses in which statistics are discussed. Helps statistics students who are struggling with the concepts. Shows them the meanings of the statistics they are computing. Running sidebars draw students’ attention to important concepts.

Making Sense of Statistics-2nd Ed : A Conceptual Overview. Release Date:January 2001. Publisher:Pyrczak Publishing. 91 lbs. Dimensions:10. Select Format: Hardcover. Business & Finance Education & Reference Math Mathematics Psychology Schools & Teaching Science & Math Science & Math Statistics Textbooks. Recently Viewed and Featured.

Making Sense of Statistics is the ideal introduction to the concepts of descriptive and inferential statistics for students undertaking their first . By Fred Pyrczak, Deborah M. Oh. Routledge. 240 pages 21 B/W Illus.

By Fred Pyrczak, Deborah M.

Fred Pyrczak, Deborah M. O. Paperback £4. 9. It presents each statistical concept in a series of short steps, then uses worked examples and exercises to enable students to apply their own learning. It focuses on presenting the why as well as the how of statistical concepts, rather than computations and formulae, so is suitable for students from all disciplines regardless of mathematical background.

Making Sense of Statistics : A Conceptual Overview.

Only statistical techniques that are almost universally included in introductory statistics courses, and widely reported in journals, have been included. Once students understand and feel comfortable with the statistics that meet these criteria, they should find it easy to master additional statistical concepts.

Making Sense of Statistics is the ideal introduction to the concepts of descriptive and inferential .

It presents each statistical concept in a series of short steps, then uses worked examples and exercises to enable students to apply their own learning.