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Authors:
Lisa Daniels and Nicholas Minot
Publisher: Sage Publications
Copyright: 2020
ISBN-13: 978-1-50637-183-2
Pages: 392; paperback
Price: $72.00
Authors:
Lisa Daniels and Nicholas Minot
Publisher: Sage Publications
Copyright: 2020
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Pages: 392; eBook
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Authors:
Lisa Daniels and Nicholas Minot
Publisher: Sage Publications
Copyright: 2020
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Pages: 392; Kindle
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An Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis Using Stata, by Lisa Daniels and Nicholas Minot, is an excellent textbook for introducing statistics, research methods, and Stata to undergraduate students in social sciences, behavioral sciences, business, and similar disciplines. This book walks students through the entire research process from designing a study and collecting data to performing statistical analyses to reporting the results. The authors discuss descriptive statistics and graphics for describing data; hypothesis testing for one and two means; cross tabulations and tests for association; and linear, logistic, and probit regression.

The authors devote one of the early chapters to introducing Stata. Then, throughout the book, they demonstrate how to use Stata commands and Stata's point-and-click interface for each data management task, graph, and statistical analysis they discuss.

Daniels and Minot provide many resources for instructors and students. Instructors have access to suggested test and homework problems along with solutions. They can also take advantage of PowerPoint slides that correspond with each chapter in the book. Students have access to all datasets so that they can work along with examples in the book. They can also use the electronic flashcards provided to review the concepts discussed in each chapter. Drawing on over 20 years of experience teaching statistics to undergraduate students, the authors are careful to include everything you need for an introductory statistics course taught using Stata.

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