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Your statistical consultant : answers to your data analysis questions

Author: Rae R Newton; Kjell Erik Rudestam
Publisher: Thousand Oaks : SAGE Publications, ©2013.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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Your Statistical Consultant is an authentic alternative resource for describing, explaining, and making recommendations regarding thorny or confusing statistical issues.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rae R Newton; Kjell Erik Rudestam
ISBN: 9781412997591 1412997593
OCLC Number: 795504386
Description: xxii, 356 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Part I. Data collection and exploration --
ch. 1. Getting started with statistical analysis : where do I obtain data, and how do I prepare data for statistical analysis? --
ch. 2. How do I examine data prior to analysis? --
Part II. The logic of statistical analysis : issues regarding the nature of statistics and statistical tests --
ch. 3. Traditional approaches to statistical analysis and the logic of statistical inference --
ch. 4. Rethinking traditional paradigms : power, effect size, and hypothesis-testing alternatives --
ch. 5. What are the assumptions of statistical testing? --
ch. 6. An introduction to statistical models : explaining relationship patterns --
ch. 7. How do I select the appropriate statistical test? --
Part III. Issues related to variables and their distributions --
ch. 8. How do I deal with missing values, outliers, and non-normality? --
ch. 9. Types of variables and their treatment in statistical analysis --
Part IV. Understanding the big two : major questions about analysis of variance and regression analysis --
ch. 10. Questions about analysis of variance --
ch. 11. Questions about multiple regression analysis --
ch. 12. The bigger picture.
Responsibility: Rae R. Newton, Kjell Erik Rudestam.

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