Revealing Statistical Principles
by J.K. Lindsey
Publisher: Hodder Education Publishers 1999
Number of pages: 225
Written by a renowned statistician, this book presents the basic ideas behind the statistical methods commonly used in studies of human subjects. It is an ideal guide for advanced undergraduates who are beginning to do their own research. It presents the basic principles in a non-mathematical way and is accessible to a wide audience with little background in statistics.
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