Statistical Persuasion: How to Collect, Analyze, and Present DataAccurately, Honestly, and Persuasively
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This text clearly and straightforwardly demonstrates how to collect, manage, analyze, and present data in real world applications in education, criminal justice and other fields in the social sciences.
Robert W. “I am very impressed with Statistical Persuasion, by Dr. Christopher) . The combination of the textbook and ancillary support materials is a complete package.” (Kristen A. This book would best serve as a text for a capstone course in statistics where the focus is on the presentation and consumption of statistical outcomes. The textbook includes the technical and mathematical knowledge students need to understand basic statistics, and it also includes an integration of these elements within the important framework of research design. It does an excellent job convincing the reader of the importance of designing a study tailored to the needs of a social science question so that the resu
I thoroughly enjoyed it. It was very simplistic and easy to Given that I am not very technical, and only needed the book for a required course, I thoroughly enjoyed it. It was very simplistic and easy to understand.. Not my favorite. This book kind of annoyed me. Too much sarcasm. When I'm trying to learn a subject that is difficult for me, sarcasm is not helpful.. Laura Defraia-colee said Worthless Book. I know that my title may be harsh, but let me explain. First of all, I never really had to take statistic in undergraduate, so my familiarity is none. I am working on my doctorate and this was the book that was used. First of all, it needs updated badly. There is either information missing, wrong screen shots, or miscalculations. For someone that has never used SPSS or knows m