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The Nature of Statistics

The Nature of Statistics

By: George P Shultz, W. Allen Wallis, Prof. Harry V. Roberts

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Focusing on everyday applications as well as those of scientific research, this classic of modern statistical methods requires little to no mathematical background. Readers develop basic skills for evaluating and using statistical data. Lively, relevant examples include applications to business, government, social and physical sciences, genetics, medicine, and public health.
"W. Allen Wallis and Harry V. Roberts have made statistics fascinating." — The New York Times
"The authors have set out with considerable success, to write a text which would be of interest and value to the student who, not concerned primarily with statistical technics, must understand the nature and methodology of the subject in order to make proper use of its results." — American Journal of Public Health and the Nation's Health
"This book is a distinct and important contribution to the text literature in statistics for social scientists and should be given careful consideration by sociologists." — American Sociological Review.

Reprint of The Free Press, New York, 1962 edition.
AvailabilityUsually ships in 24 to 48 hours
ISBN 100486779696
ISBN 139780486779690
Author/EditorGeorge P Shultz, W. Allen Wallis, Prof. Harry V. Roberts
Grade levelCollege Senior - Graduate Student
Page Count224
Dimensions5 x 8

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