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Statistical methods : as applied to economics, business, psychology, education and biology / Herbert Arkin, Raymond Roosevelt Colton

By: Arkin, Herbert, 1906- [autor].
Contributor(s): Roosevelt Colton, Raymond [autor].
Series: College outline series.Publisher: New York : Barnes & Noble, ©1939Edition: 4th edition.Description: xiv, 47 páginas : ilustraciones, tablas ; 21 cm.Content type: Media type: Carrier type: Subject(s): Diseño experimental | Estadistica | Estadistica -- Teorías | MuestreoDDC classification: 310
Contents:
Statistical series. -- Frequency distribution and its analysis -Central tendency- Arithmetic mean. -- Frequency distribution and its analysis -Central tendency (continued). -- Frequency distribution and its analysis -Dispersion and skewness. -- Time series analysis -Non-linear. -- Correlation of attributes. -- Theory of Sampling. -- Further analysis of the frequency distribution. -- Graphic presentation. -- Special techniques in education, psychology and biology.
Abstract: The present volume on statistics does not aim to be a comprehensive treatise on the subject. On the contrary it gives the distilled essence of material which might well require one or more large volumes for a full discussion. For that very reason it ought to be a most useful tool in the hands alike of students and people actually engaged in statistical work, wherever the particular field of activity may happen to lie.
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Colección general 310 A721 (Browse shelf) 4th ed. 1939 1 Available 0000041470
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Includes appendix and index.

Statistical series. -- Frequency distribution and its analysis -Central tendency- Arithmetic mean. -- Frequency distribution and its analysis -Central tendency (continued). -- Frequency distribution and its analysis -Dispersion and skewness. -- Time series analysis -Non-linear. -- Correlation of attributes. -- Theory of Sampling. -- Further analysis of the frequency distribution. -- Graphic presentation. -- Special techniques in education, psychology and biology.

The present volume on statistics does not aim to be a comprehensive treatise on the subject. On the contrary it gives the distilled essence of material which might well require one or more large volumes for a full discussion. For that very reason it ought to be a most useful tool in the hands alike of students and people actually engaged in statistical work, wherever the particular field of activity may happen to lie.

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