This title has been written as a basic statistical applications book for non-statistics majors. It focuses on the use of Microsoft Excel Add-Ins function in analyzing basic statistical problems. It is intended for beginners, and it introduces statistical concepts in ways that may be relevant to practitioners. The data used throughout the book is based on responses to common social issues. This way, the book can be relevant to multiple users with different backgrounds. The topics covered include: questionnaire design, descriptive statistics; hypothesis testing; confidence interval estimation; nonparametric statistics; and simple and multiple regression analysis. of statistics. Students majoring in business, health sciences, and social sciences are also likely to find the book useful in understanding statistical concepts. Practitioners who may be interested in exploring the power of Microsoft Excel for statistical analysis should also find the book very useful.How many countries have you ever visited? 15. In the last presidential election, along which political line did you vote? ac Democratic ac Republican ac Independent ac Other 16. How many hours a week do you spend doing exercise includinganbsp;...
|Title||:||Statistics as Easy as One, Two, Three with Microsoft Excel for Windows|
|Author||:||Christian N. Madu|
|Publisher||:||Chi Publishers Inc - 2003|