Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Statistics for people who (think they) hate statistics: Using Microsoft Excel 2016

Statistics for people who (think they) hate statistics, now in its fourth edition, is 544 pages of friendly help for researchers who find working with statistics less than fun. The book begins with a introduction of Microsoft Excel 2016 and how to use its functions and formulas. It then goes on to discuss the installation and use of the Excel Data Analysis Tools option and its analytical techniques.

Written in a clear and informative style, the author walks researchers and students through the process of analyzing statistics from simple descriptive statistics and correlations to graphical representations of data and analysis of variance and more. New in this edition of the book is a chapter on working with large datasets and data mining using Excel and its tools.

The author has a Ph.D. from University of Maryland in Human Development and is a Professor Emeritus at the University of Kansas. He has written over 100 trade and textbooks on human development, measurements, statistics and more.

Want to check it out? Email us at cedir@indiana.edu or use worldcat.org to find it in a library near you.

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