APPLIED STAT.IN BUS.+ECONOMICS - 6th Edition - by DOANE - ISBN 9781259957598
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APPLIED STAT.IN BUS.+ECONOMICS
6th Edition
DOANE
Publisher: RENT MCG
ISBN: 9781259957598

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Chapter 3.1 - Stem-and-leaf Displays And Dot PlotsChapter 3.2 - Frequency Distributions And HistogramsChapter 3.4 - Line ChartsChapter 3.5 - Column And Bar ChartsChapter 3.6 - Pie ChartsChapter 3.7 - Scatter PlotsChapter 4 - Descriptive StatisticsChapter 4.2 - Measures Of CenterChapter 4.3 - Measures Of VariabilityChapter 4.4 - Standardized DataChapter 4.5 - Percentiles, Quartiles, And Box PlotsChapter 4.6 - Covariance And CorrelationChapter 4.7 - Grouped DataChapter 5 - ProbabilityChapter 5.1 - Random ExperimentsChapter 5.2 - ProbabilityChapter 5.3 - Rules Of ProbabilityChapter 5.4 - Independent EventsChapter 5.5 - Contingency TablesChapter 5.6 - Tree DiagramsChapter 5.7 - Bayes’ TheoremChapter 5.8 - Counting RulesChapter 6 - Discrete Probability DistributionsChapter 6.1 - Discrete Probability DistributionsChapter 6.2 - Expected Value And VarianceChapter 6.3 - Uniform DistributionChapter 6.4 - Binomial DistributionChapter 6.5 - Poisson DistributionChapter 6.6 - Hypergeometric DistributionChapter 6.7 - Geometric Distribution (optional)Chapter 6.8 - Transformations Of Random VariablesChapter 7 - Continuous Probability DistributionsChapter 7.1 - Continuous Probability DistributionsChapter 7.2 - Uniform Continuous DistributionChapter 7.3 - Normal DistributionChapter 7.4 - Standard Normal DistributionChapter 7.5 - Normal ApproximationsChapter 7.6 - Exponential DistributionChapter 7.7 - Triangular Distribution (optional)Chapter 8 - Sampling Distributions And EstimationChapter 8.2 - Central Limit TheoremChapter 8.3 - Sample Size And Standard ErrorChapter 8.4 - Confidence Interval For A Mean (μ) With Known σChapter 8.5 - Confidence Interval For A Mean (μ) With Unknown σChapter 8.6 - Confidence Interval For A Proportion (π)Chapter 8.7 - Estimating From Finite PopulationsChapter 8.8 - Sample Size Determination For A MeanChapter 8.9 - Sample Size Determination For A ProportionChapter 8.10 - Confidence Interval For A Population Variance, Σ2 (optional)Chapter 9 - One-sample Hypothesis TestsChapter 9.2 - Type I And Type Ii ErrorsChapter 9.3 - Decision Rules And Critical ValuesChapter 9.4 - Testing A Mean: Known Population VarianceChapter 9.5 - Testing A Mean: Unknown Population VarianceChapter 9.6 - Testing A ProportionChapter 9.7 - Power Curves And Oc Curves (optional)Chapter 9.8 - Tests For One Variance (optional)Chapter 10 - Two-sample Hypothesis TestsChapter 10.2 - Comparing Two Means: Independent SamplesChapter 10.3 - Confidence Interval For The Difference Of Two Means, Μ1 − Μ2Chapter 10.4 - Comparing Two Means: Paired SamplesChapter 10.5 - Comparing Two ProportionsChapter 10.6 - Confidence Interval For The Difference Of Two Proportions, Π1 − Π2Chapter 10.7 - Comparing Two VariancesChapter 11 - Analysis Of VarianceChapter 11.2 - One-factor Anova (completely Randomized Model)Chapter 11.3 - Multiple ComparisonsChapter 11.4 - Tests For Homogeneity Of VariancesChapter 11.5 - Two-factor Anova Without Replication (randomized Block Model)Chapter 11.6 - Two-factor Anova With Replication (full Factorial Model)Chapter 12 - Simple RegressionChapter 12.1 - Visual Displays And Correlation AnalysisChapter 12.2 - Simple RegressionChapter 12.3 - Regression ModelsChapter 12.4 - Ordinary Least Squares FormulasChapter 12.5 - Tests For SignificanceChapter 12.6 - Analysis Of Variance: Overall FitChapter 12.7 - Confidence And Prediction Intervals For YChapter 12.8 - Residual TestsChapter 12.9 - Unusual ObservationsChapter 12.11 - Logistic Regression (optional)Chapter 13 - Multiple RegressionChapter 13.1 - Multiple RegressionChapter 13.2 - Assessing Overall FitChapter 13.3 - Predictor SignificanceChapter 13.4 - Confidence Intervals For YChapter 13.5 - Categorical VariablesChapter 13.6 - Tests For Nonlinearity And InteractionChapter 13.7 - MulticollinearityChapter 13.8 - Regression DiagnosticsChapter 14 - Time-series AnalysisChapter 14.2 - Trend ForecastingChapter 14.4 - Moving AveragesChapter 14.5 - Exponential SmoothingChapter 15 - Chi-square TestsChapter 15.1 - Chi-square Test For IndependenceChapter 15.2 - Chi-square Tests For Goodness-of-fitChapter 15.3 - Uniform Goodness-of-fit TestChapter 15.4 - Poisson Goodness-of-fit TestChapter 15.5 - Normal Chi-square Goodness-of-fit TestChapter 15.6 - Ecdf Tests (optional)Chapter 16 - Nonparametric TestsChapter 16.2 - One-sample Runs TestChapter 16.3 - Wilcoxon Signed-rank TestChapter 16.4 - Wilcoxon Rank Sum TestChapter 16.5 - Kruskal-wallis Test For Independent SamplesChapter 16.6 - Friedman Test For Related SamplesChapter 16.7 - Spearman Rank Correlation TestChapter 17 - Quality ManagementChapter 17.1 - Quality And VariationChapter 17.2 - Pioneers In Quality ManagementChapter 17.3 - Quality ImprovementChapter 17.4 - Control Charts: OverviewChapter 17.5 - Control Charts For A MeanChapter 17.6 - Control Charts For A RangeChapter 17.7 - Other Control ChartsChapter 17.9 - Process Capability

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