A Handbook of Statistics
by Darius Singpurwalla
Publisher: Bookboon 2013
Number of pages: 79
A Handbook for Statistics provides readers with an overview of common statistical methods used in a wide variety of disciplines. The book focuses on giving the intuition behind the methods as well as how to execute methods using Microsoft Excel.
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