Introduction to the Practice of Statistics - 9th Edition - by David S. Moore, George P. McCabe, Bruce A. Craig - ISBN 9781319013387

Introduction to the Practice of Statist...
9th Edition
David S. Moore, George P. McCabe, Bruce A. Craig
Publisher: W. H. Freeman
ISBN: 9781319013387

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Chapter 2.5 - Cautions About Correlation And RegressionChapter 2.6 - Data Analysis For Two-Way TablesChapter 2.7 - The Question Of CausationChapter 3 - Producing DataChapter 3.1 - Sources Of DataChapter 3.2 - Design Of ExperimentsChapter 3.3 - Sampling DesignChapter 3.4 - EthicsChapter 4 - Probability: The Study Of RandomnessChapter 4.1 - RandomnessChapter 4.2 - Probability ModelsChapter 4.3 - Random VariablesChapter 4.4 - Means And Variances Of Random VariablesChapter 4.5 - General Probability RulesChapter 5 - Sampling DistributionsChapter 5.1 - Toward Statistical InferenceChapter 5.2 - The Sampling Distribution Of A Sample MeanChapter 5.3 - Sampling Distributions For Counts And ProportionsChapter 6 - Introduction To InferenceChapter 6.1 - Estimating With ConfidenceChapter 6.2 - Tests Of SignificanceChapter 6.3 - Use And Abuse Of TestsChapter 6.4 - Power And Inference As A DecisionChapter 7 - Inference For MeansChapter 7.1 - Inference For The Mean Of A PopulationChapter 7.2 - Comparing Two MeansChapter 7.3 - Additional Topics On InferenceChapter 8 - Inference For ProportionsChapter 8.1 - Inference For A Single ProportionChapter 8.2 - Comparing Two ProportionsChapter 9 - Inference For Categorical DataChapter 9.1 - Inference For Two-Way TablesChapter 9.2 - Goodness Of FitChapter 10 - Inference For RegressionChapter 10.1 - Simple Linear RegressionChapter 10.2 - More Detail About Simple Linear RegressionChapter 11 - Multiple RegressionChapter 11.1 - Inference For Multiple RegressionChapter 11.2 - A Case StudyChapter 12 - One-Way Analysis Of VarianceChapter 12.1 - Inference For One-Way Analysis Of VarianceChapter 12.2 - Comparing The MeansChapter 13 - Two-Way Analysis Of VarianceChapter 13.1 - The Two-Way Anova Model

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