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Statistics II for Dummies
Learn to:
* Increase your skills in data analysis
* Sort through and test models
* Make predictions
* Apply statistics to real-world situations
Deborah Rumsey, PhD
Author of Statistics For Dummies and Statistics Workbook For Dummies
The fun and easy way(r) to enhance your grasp of statistics
Need to expand your statistics knowledge and move on to Statistics II? This friendly, hands-on guide gives you the skills you need to take on multiple regression, analysis of variance (ANOVA), Chi-square tests, nonparametric procedures, and other key topics. Statistics II For Dummies also provides plenty of test-taking strategies as well as real-world applications that make data analysis a snap, whether you're in the classroom or at work.
* Begin with the basics - review the highlights of Stats I and expand on simple linear regression, confidence intervals, and hypothesis tests
* Start making predictions - master multiple, nonlinear, and logistic regression; check conditions; and interpret results
* Analyze variance with ANOVA - break down the ANOVA table, one-way and two-way ANOVA, the F-test, and multiple comparisons
* Connect with Chi-square tests - examine two-way tables and test categorical data for independence and goodness-of-fit
* Leap ahead with nonparametrics - grasp techniques used when you can't assume your data has a normal distribution
Open the book and find:
* Up-to-date methods for analyzing data
* Full explanations of Statistics II concepts
* Clear and concise step-by-step procedures
* Dissection of computer output
* Lots of tips, strategies, and warnings
* Ten common errors in statistical conclusions
* Everyday statistics applications
* Tables for completing calculations used in the book

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Deborah Rumsey, PhD, is a Statistics Education Specialist and Auxiliary Faculty Member in the Department of Statistics at Ohio State University. She is also a Fellow of the American Statistical Association and has received the Presidential Teaching Award from Kansas State University. Dr. Rumsey has published numerous papers and given many professional presentations on the subject of statistics education.

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Statistic 2 for dummies hilft schnell über kleinerer und größere Wissenslücken hinweg und ist vor allem sehr bezogen auf die Anwendung des Wissens. Es lässt sich locker flockig lesen und man gewinnt sehr schnell einen guten Überblick, allerdings dringen die Inhalte des Buches auch nicht all zu tief in die Materie ein. Ob man da gut findet oder nicht orientiert sich denke ich daran, welchen Anspruch und welche Motivation man in die Statistik einbringt. Wenn man einfach nur durch die Prüfung komme will ist das Buch denke ich ausreichend. Ich arbeite nebenbei noch mit dem" Bortz" und fahre damit sehr gut.
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Ich bin schon seit lange eine DUMMIES fan. Alles gut und klar geschrieben. Man lernt langsam und systematisch allen notwendigen Konzeptionen und Formeln.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Useful for Class and Reference 19. Dezember 2010
Von Carl Franklin, JD/PhD - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I teach statistics at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Statistics 2 for Dummies is a well-written and easy-to-understand text which can be easily used in both the classroom and as a secondary reference source. Deborah Rumsey presents plenty of examples along with sufficient clear explanation to help the reader move from one level to the next. Someone well motivated can use this text to learn the basics for more advanced statistics; however, this text would be even more useful with a knowledgeable and patient instructor.

I would suggest making one significant change for future editions. The author relies on the Minitab software package when discussing the use of computer aided statistical analysis. There are better, and often cheaper, software packages available for the user. Students will most likely have PASW, formally SPSS, available at most institutions of higher education. In addition, Amazon and many other retail outlets selling to students and faculty will have relatively inexpensive versions of this more powerful software available. While Minitab remains a viable option, and is certainly usable where available, I would recommend that in the next edition the author include instruction for the more popular PASW software package. Similarly, the program Mathematica should be at least mentioned in the text discussing computer aided statistical analysis, especially since this is a top choice for many in mathematics, economics, and many sciences.

Rumsey's book does a very good job in tackling the types of regression in the use in making predictions. In addition the section covering nonparametric methods is very useful. As expected, these are advanced methods for statistical analysis, and the author assumes a moderately strong understanding of basic statistics. Fortunately, the author also refer to her first book, statistics one, to help guide the reader for remedial study.

As a professor the book's greatest advantage is its relatively low price, something very important to today student. It is relatively easy to read, which makes the learning experience better. One item worth noting is the absence of exercises or material to test the reader's understanding. It would be easier to select this book for use in the classroom if such material were included or readily available from the publisher. Since this text appears to be primarily for the consumer market adding such material to the book would likely raise the price and defeat the purpose of the Dummies line of books. Based on this I typically use this book as a recommended reading and reference for my students.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Fantastic book 22. Oktober 2009
Von Eric Johnson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Statistics 2 for Dummies is THE source for me to get the ideas and methods to make informed decisions for my business. The best part of this book is that Professor Rumsey actually uses plain, understandable English! I think that this book would be an asset for your business, or for your college-level coursework.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen definately like the whole series 24. Januar 2012
Von anneast - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book is the reason I have an A in statistics. This book is one of a series. I have Statistics for dummies and the workbook as well. It turns out this book is actuallya little more in depth than the scope of the class. It has been helpful full of tips and hints to help out when needed.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen the BEST stats 2 book EVER 2. März 2012
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I am a graduate student taking Biostats 2 and ventured to buy the Statistics 2 for Dummies.
This book is simply awesome!!!!!
It is so very easy to read, I feel like I am back in 3rd grade. I was having a beast of a time with multiple regression and was petrified of the algebra associated with curvilinear regression (it's been over 2 decades since I tackled this and I'm afraid I must have 'deleted' those files). In just one afternoon I have it squared away!
I may even attempt to 'teach' my colleagues in my group!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen handy manual 8. Mai 2011
Von W. F. Sijtsma - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Handy manual which explains a confusing subject in plain English. You will have to be proficient in Algebra and math before you start on the book.
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