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Introductory Statistics (Wiley Series in Probability & Mathematical Statistics) [Englisch] [Gebundene Ausgabe]

Thomas H. Wonnacott , Ronald J. Wonnacott
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29. April 1990 Wiley Series in Probability & Mathematical Statistics
An updated and revised edition of the popular introduction to statistics for students of economics or business, suitable for a one- or two-semester course. Presents an approach that is generally available only in much more advanced texts, yet uses the simplest mathematics consistent with a sound presentation. This Fifth Edition includes a wealth of new problems and examples (many of them real-life problems drawn from the literature) to support the theoretical discussion. Emphasizes the regression model, including nonlinear and multiple regression. Topics covered include randomization to eliminate bias, exploratory data analysis, graphs, expected value in bidding, the bootstrap, path analysis, robust estimation, maximum likelihood estimation and Bayesian estimation and decisions.

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  • Gebundene Ausgabe: 736 Seiten
  • Verlag: John Wiley & Sons; Auflage: 5. Auflage (29. April 1990)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0471615188
  • ISBN-13: 978-0471615187
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 24 x 20 x 3 cm
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This text is an abbreviated version of "Introductory Statistics for Business and Economics", also by Wonnacott and Wonnacott. It covers all the material of the larger book excluding only the final section on "Special Topics for Business and Economics".

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Statistics, more than any other mathematical discipline, suffer from the GIGO (garbage-in garbage-out) syndrome. However, the book from Wonnacott gives a pretty broad introduction to a range of practical techniques for data analysis. When you're confronted with a paralysing amount of data, releasing some of the statistical tools will allow you to draw meaningful conclusions. Many of the statistical tools are available in simple Excel. Once you've gone as far as you can with Excel, specialised statistical packages are available.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen The worst book ever written on the subject! 13. Mai 2000
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This is the worst book ever written on the subject. Professors often assign it, but students hate it. The author tried to cramp too much in the book, withough adequate explanation. The material is presented the worst way possible.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Our class struggled with this one... 20. Dezember 2003
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Admittedly, statistics is a challenging subject, but if it's well taught, smart and conscientious students will grasp it. Part of teaching it well calls for a textbook that understands students' needs and abilities, and can lead them systematically from where they are to higher levels of understanding and ability. For my money, Wonnacott & Wonnacott's Introductory Statistics is a clumsy effort in this respect. There isn't enough explanation of new concepts. The graphics and layout aren't very appealing. The examples weren't that useful for our class of social science majors. And each chapter is interrupted repeatedly with practice questions, which get in the way of building on concepts and maintaining a flow. As one other suffering student remarks here, you do a lot of flipping back and forth. OK, so statistics is hard; but this text makes it more difficult than it has to be, and less interesting than it can be. I speak not just for myself: this fall I was in a graduate class of bright, able, hard-working people, and many of them were having a very rough time of it. Something's wrong pedagogically when that happens. Let me recommend an alternative text--Minium, Clarke, & Coladarci's "Elements of Statistical Reasoning," second edition. I used this text four years ago in another intro class taught by Coladarci himself. He's a very talented educator, and he got a classroom full of math-anxious students through some very challenging stuff. Don't take my word for it, though. Check out the reviews on Amazon. They're deservedly very positive. I found myself going back to that book throughout this past semester whenever I was in deep water with Wonnacott and Wonnacott. Once again it pulled me through.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Been around forever 16. September 2009
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The Wonacott's, it seems, have been around forever, writing statistics texts of pretty good quality. I benefitted from their regression text when I was first got into regression analysis, and it was only afterward that I read their text on introductory statistics (second edition). Fortunately for me, it was on the shelf in the Free Library of Philadelphia.

Wonnacott's introductory text is a good one, but I doubt that I could use it with the beginning statistics students I teach every semester. Though they are not lacking in intelligence, they seem, almost everyone, to struggle with anything mathematical. Furthermore, insofar as the material is theoretical rather than practical and concrete, they struggle even more.

When evaluating Wonnacott's text, I think it is useful to bear in mind that they themselves are most accustomed to dealing with students in mathematics and economics. As a result, they are justified in assuming that their students have both the capability and interest to handle more difficult material. For students taking statistics under duress, however, especially those who have little or no interest in applying statistics to the disciplines they are studying, Wonnacott's otherwise solid text is not the best choice.

So, while I've enjoyed reading Wonnacott's introductory text, I don't think I'm selling my students short when I say that this is not the book for them. Levin and Fox they can handle, largly because it de-emphasizes theoretical concepts in favor of practical applications.

If you're so inclined, however, this is a good text for self-instruction or review. If you're using it for self-instruction, don't rush and don't expect to read the book from start to finish without struggling a bit with some of the concepts. Wonnacott's introductory text is sufficiently sophisticated that it merits close study and discloses some of the irritatingly counter-intuitive ideas that undergird statistics.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Really disappointing... 2. November 2008
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I was a real fan of Profs.Wonnacotts earlier books. I had used their books on Introductory Statistics 1969 edition, Regression and Econometrics for my graduate class and they were really lucid and helpful. So, when I ordered the latest version of `Introductory Statistics' thinking that it would be better, I was really disappointed. Every chapter is interrupted repeatedly and the flow is not maintained. I must say I actually ended up confused after reading this book (and I have studied the same material before - although from the earlier version). In their rush to print a new version of their book, the authors have simply garbled their original work. Unfortunately, I wouldn't recommend this book to anyone. If you have a tough time with Statistics, I would refer the 1969 edition (ISBN-10: 0471959650)
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent Introductory Text 8. April 2004
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This text provides a thorough introduction to the use of mathematical statistics. Carefully reading the text and solving a reasonable number of the problems will provide one with the capability to apply statistical techniques to analyze data and draw conclusions in real applications. The book is strong on examples but light on theory. Particulary noteworhty is the inclusion of several topics (such as Monte Carlo methods and Bayesian decision theory) that typically are not covered in an introductory presentation. Also useful are the end of chapter "Final Challenges" that require the reader to have mastered the material. If one's objective is to apply statistics to draw appropriate inferences and make decisions, this text will provide the reader with the required tools.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent introduction to practical business statistics 3. Januar 1999
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Statistics, more than any other mathematical discipline, suffer from the GIGO (garbage-in garbage-out) syndrome. However, the book from Wonnacott gives a pretty broad introduction to a range of practical techniques for data analysis. When you're confronted with a paralysing amount of data, releasing some of the statistical tools will allow you to draw meaningful conclusions. Many of the statistical tools are available in simple Excel. Once you've gone as far as you can with Excel, specialised statistical packages are available.
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