Introduction to Statistical Investigations
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Introduction to Statistical Investigations leads students to learn about the process of conducting statistical investigations from data collection, to exploring data, to statistical inference, to drawing appropriate conclusions. The text is designed for a one-semester introductory statistics course.
It focuses on genuine research studies, active learning, and effective use of technology. Simulations and randomization tests introduce statistical inference, yielding a strong conceptual foundation that bridges students to theory-based inference approaches. Repetition allows students to see the logic and scope of inference. This implementation follows the GAISE recommendations endorsed by the American Statistical Association.
|ISBNs||1118172140, 9781118172148, 9781118922002, 111892200X, 1118335880, 9781118335888, 1119154316, 9781119154310|
|Number of Pages||699|