Stats - 5th Edition - by De Veaux,  Richard D., Velleman,  Paul F., BOCK,  David E. - ISBN 9780135163825
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5th Edition
De Veaux, Richard D., Velleman, Paul F., BOCK, David E.
Publisher: Pearson,
ISBN: 9780135163825

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Chapter 5.1 - Using The Standard Deviation To Standardize ValuesChapter 5.2 - Shifting And ScalingChapter 5.3 - Normal ModelsChapter 6 - Scatterplots, Association, And CorrelationChapter 6.2 - CorrelationChapter 7 - Linear RegressionChapter 7.4 - Regression To The MeanChapter 7.6 - R2—the Variation Accounted For By The ModelChapter 8 - Regression WisdomChapter 8.3 - Outliers, Leverage, And InfluenceChapter 8.7 - Finding A Good Re-expressionChapter 9 - Multiple RegressionChapter 9.4 - Partial Regression PlotsChapter 10 - Sample SurveysChapter 10.2 - Populations And ParametersChapter 10.4 - Other Sampling DesignsChapter 11 - Experiments And Observational StudiesChapter 11.3 - The Four Principles Of Experimental DesignChapter 11.4 - Control GroupsChapter 12 - From Randomness To ProbabilityChapter 12.1 - Random PhenomenaChapter 12.3 - Formal ProbabilityChapter 13 - Probability Rules!Chapter 13.1 - The General Addition RuleChapter 13.3 - IndependenceChapter 13.4 - Picturing Probability: Tables, Venn Diagrams, And TreesChapter 14 - Random VariablesChapter 14.1 - Center: The Expected ValueChapter 14.3 - Shifting And Combining Random VariablesChapter 15 - Probability ModelsChapter 15.6 - The Poisson ModelChapter 16 - Sampling Distribution Models And Confidence Intervals For ProportionsChapter 16.2 - When Does The Normal Model Work? Assumptions And ConditionsChapter 16.3 - A Confidence Interval For A ProportionChapter 16.5 - Margin Of Error: Certainty Vs. PrecisionChapter 17 - Confidence Intervals For MeansChapter 17.2 - A Confidence Interval For The MeanChapter 17.3 - Interpreting Confidence IntervalsChapter 18 - Testing HypothesesChapter 18.2 - P-valuesChapter 18.4 - A Hypothesis Test For The MeanChapter 18.6 - P-values And Decisions: What To Tell About A Hypothesis TestChapter 19 - More About Tests And IntervalsChapter 19.2 - Alpha Levels And Critical ValuesChapter 19.3 - Practical Vs. Statistical SignificanceChapter 19.4 - ErrorsChapter 20 - Comparing GroupsChapter 20.2 - Assumptions And Conditions For Comparing ProportionsChapter 20.3 - The Two-sample Z-test: Testing For The Difference Between ProportionsChapter 20.4 - A Confidence Interval For The Difference Between Two MeansChapter 20.5 - The Two-sample T-test: Testing For The Difference Between Two MeansChapter 21 - Paired Samples And BlocksChapter 21.4 - BlockingChapter 22 - Comparing CountsChapter 22.3 - Examining The ResidualsChapter 22.4 - Chi-square Test Of IndependenceChapter 23 - Inferences For RegressionChapter 23.5 - Multiple Regression InferenceChapter 24 - Multiple Regression WisdomChapter 24.3 - Building Multiple Regression ModelsChapter 25 - Analysis Of VarianceChapter 25.2 - The An Ova TableChapter 26 - Multifactor Analysis Of VarianceChapter 26.3 - InteractionsChapter 27 - Introduction To Statistical Learning And Data ScienceChapter 27.1 - Data Science And Big DataChapter 27.2 - The Data Mining ProcessChapter 27.3 - Data Mining Algorithms: A SampleChapter 27.4 - Models Built From Combining Other ModelsChapter R - Review ExercisesChapter CR - Cumulative Review Exercises

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More Editions of This Book

Corresponding editions of this textbook are also available below:

Stats: Data and Models
5th Edition
ISBN: 9780135164013
4th Edition
ISBN: 9780321986498
Stats: Data and Models
3rd Edition
ISBN: 9780321692559

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