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Using statistics in the social and health sciences with SPSS and Excel / Martin Lee Abbott.

By: Abbott, Martin | , 1949-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Hoboken, New Jersey John Wiley & Sons, Inc 2017Description: xvii, 562 pages : illustrations, map ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9781119121046 (cloth).Subject(s): Mathematical statistics | Multivariate analysis | Social sciences | Medical sciences | Microsoft Excel (Computer file) | SPSS (Computer file) | -- Data processing | -- Data processing | -- Statistical methods | -- Statistical methodsDDC classification: 300.727
Contents:
Introduction Descriptive Statistics: Central Tendency Descriptive Statistics: Variability The Normal Distribution Probability and the Z Distribution Research Design and Inferential Statistics The T Test for Single Samples Independent Sample T Test Analysis of Variance Factorial Anova Correlation Bivariate Regression Introduction to Multiple Linear Regression Chi-square and Contingency Table Analysis Repeated Measures Procedures: Tdep and ANOVAWS SPSS Basics Excel Basics Statistical Tables.
Summary: In the title, both SPSS and Excel are accompanied by the trademark symbol.
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In the title, both SPSS and Excel are accompanied by the trademark symbol.

Introduction Descriptive Statistics: Central Tendency
Descriptive Statistics: Variability
The Normal Distribution
Probability and the Z Distribution
Research Design and Inferential Statistics
The T Test for Single Samples

Independent Sample T Test
Analysis of Variance
Factorial Anova
Correlation
Bivariate Regression
Introduction to Multiple Linear Regression
Chi-square and Contingency Table Analysis
Repeated Measures Procedures: Tdep and ANOVAWS
SPSS Basics
Excel Basics Statistical Tables.

In the title, both SPSS and Excel are accompanied by the trademark symbol.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

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