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Statistics for Managers, Using Microsoft Excel,

Statistics for Managers, Using Microsoft Excel,

Author(s):
  • David M. Levine
  • David Stephan
  • Kathryn A Szabat
  • Author: David M. Levine
    • ISBN:9789332585744
    • 10 Digit ISBN:9332585741
    • Price:Rs. 829.00
    • Pages:840
    • Imprint:Pearson Education
    • Binding:Paperback
    • Status:Available


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    First Things First Chapter: This new chapter provides an orientation that helps students understand the

    importance of business statistics and get ready to use Microsoft Excel even before they obtain a full copy of

    this book


    Getting Ready to Analyze Data in the Future: This newly expanded version of Chapter 17 adds a second

    Using Statistics scenario that serves as an introduction to business analytics methods. That introduction, in

    turn, explains several advanced Excel features while familiarizing students with the fundamental concepts

    and vocabulary of business analytics.


    Expanded Excel Coverage: Workbook instructions replace the In-Depth Excel instructionsin the Excel Guides

    and discuss more fully OS X Excel ("Excel for Mac") di erences when they occur

    In the Worksheet Notes that help explain the worksheet illustrations that in-chapter examples use as model

    solutions


    Many More Exhibits: Stand-alone summaries of important procedures that serve as a review of chapter

    passages. Exhibits range from identifying best practices, such "Best Practices for Creating Visualizations" in

    Chapter 2, to serving as guides to data analysis such as the pair of "Questions to Ask" exhibits in Chapter 17.


    New Visual Design: This edition uses a new visual design that better organizes the chapter content and provides a more uncluttered,streamline presentation

    Table of Content

    First Things First 1
    1 Defining and Collecting Data
    2 Organizing and Visualizing Variables
    3 Numerical Descriptive Measures
    4 Basic Probability
    5 Discrete Probability Distributions
    6 The Normal Distribution and Other Continuous Distributions
    7 Sampling Distributions
    8 Confidence Interval Estimation
    9 Fundamentals of Hypothesis Testing: One-Sample Tests
    10 Two-Sample Tests
    11 Analysis of Variance
    12 Chi-Square Tests and Nonparametric Tests
    13 Simple Linear Regression
    14 Introduction to Multiple Regression
    15 Multiple Regression Model Building
    16 Time-Series Forecasting
    17 Getting Ready To Analyze Data In The Future
    18 Statistical Applications in Quality Management (online)
    19 Decision Making (online)

    Salient Features

    First Things First Chapter: This new chapter provides an orientation that helps students understand the
    importance of business statistics and get ready to use Microsoft Excel even before they obtain a full copy of
    this book

    Getting Ready to Analyze Data in the Future: This newly expanded version of Chapter 17 adds a second
    Using Statistics scenario that serves as an introduction to business analytics methods. That introduction, in
    turn, explains several advanced Excel features while familiarizing students with the fundamental concepts
    and vocabulary of business analytics.

    Expanded Excel Coverage: Workbook instructions replace the In-Depth Excel instructionsin the Excel Guides
    and discuss more fully OS X Excel ("Excel for Mac") di erences when they occur
    In the Worksheet Notes that help explain the worksheet illustrations that in-chapter examples use as model
    solutions

    Many More Exhibits: Stand-alone summaries of important procedures that serve as a review of chapter
    passages. Exhibits range from identifying best practices, such "Best Practices for Creating Visualizations" in
    Chapter 2, to serving as guides to data analysis such as the pair of "Questions to Ask" exhibits in Chapter 17.

    New Visual Design: This edition uses a new visual design that better organizes the chapter content and provides a more uncluttered,streamline presentation