Just Plain Data Analysis is designed to teach students statistical literacy skills that they can use to evaluate and construct arguments about public affairs issues grounded in numerical evidence. With a new chapter on statistical fallacies and updates throughout the text, the new edition teaches students how to find, interpret, and present commonly used social indicators in an even clearer and more practical way.The brake lights were installed on 343 randomly selected taxis, and 160 taxis were assigned to the control group, which had no third brake light. The results were quite dramatic: The taxis with the lights had more than 60 percent fewer rear -end collisions, 60 percent fewer injuries, and 60 percent lower repair costs. After larger experiments with Washington taxicabs and with telephone-company cars inanbsp;...
|Title||:||Just Plain Data Analysis|
|Author||:||Gary M. Klass|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 2012|