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Statistical Modeling - 09 edition

by Daniel T. Kaplan

Statistical Modeling (ISBN10: 1448642396; ISBN13: 9781448642397)
ISBN13: 978-1448642397
ISBN10: 1448642396
Edition/Copyright: 09
Cover: Paperback
Publisher: Createspace Receiving
Published: 07/14/2009
International: No

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Saint Paul, Minnesota 2009 Soft Cover Not Given Fine 8vo-over 7?"-9?" tall. "STATISTICAL MODELING: A FRESH APPROACH introduces and illuminates the statistical reasoning used in modern research throu ...show moreghout the natural social sciences, medicine, government, and commerce. It emphasizesd the use of models to untangle and quantify variation in observed data. By a deft and concise use of computing coupled with an innovative geometrical oresentation of the rerlationship among variables, A FRESH APPROACH reveals the logic of statistical inference and empowers the reader to use and understand techniques such as analysis of covariance that appear widely in published research but are hardly ever found in introductory texts." This book has 429 pages and is illustrated throughout. The text contains NO internal marks whatsoever. ...show less
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