In a clear and entertaining way, An Introduction to Statistics explains the basic principles and the more commonly used techniques of statistics. The text describes each topic and method usually through examples drawn from a wide range of applications of statistics. Key results are gathered together and statistical tables are provided for ease of reference. The software produces graphical displays that demonstrate ideas and methods as they are introduced in the text. These displays have the advantage over traditional diagrams because they are colorful, animated, and, most importantly, interactive. No knowledge of programming is necessary and readers can test a demonstration numerous times and, by modifying parameters or data, can compare results and acquire a fuller grasp of the points being made. This computer-illustrated package is intended for students of any age who are undertaking a first course in statistics or who have some basic knowledge but wish to expand their understanding in a simple and pleasurable manner. Teachers can also make use of the software for class demonstrations and tutorial purposes. The book is appropriate for anyone who wishes to learn or revise material on statistical techniques, including research workers in many areas of science and professionals who use statistical data in business or everyday life.The graph of the pdf of X under H0 (the /V(40, 0.9) distribution) is plotted. Suppose that the 10 ... Press the space bar and you will see the area under the pdf to the right of 41 being shaded. This is because it ... option and set x= 42. This value isanbsp;...
|Title||:||Introduction to Statistics|
|Author||:||A.W Bowman, D.R Robinson|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1987-01-01|