Ann R. Cannon
George W. Cobb
(Mount Holyoke College)
Bradley A. Hartlaub
Julie M. Legler
(St. Olaf College)
Robin H. Lock
(St. Lawrence University)
Thomas L. Moore
Allan J. Rossman
(California Polytechnic State University)
Jeffrey A. Witmer
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STAT2 introduces students to statistical modeling beyond what they have learned in a Stat 101 college course or an AP Statistics course. Building on basic concepts and methods learned in that course, STAT2 empowers students to analyze richer datasets that include more variables and address a broader range of research questions.
Other than a working understanding of exponential and logarithmic functions, there are no prerequisites beyond successful completion of their first statistics course. To help all students make a smooth transition to this course, Chapter 0 reminds students of basic statistical terminology and also uses the familiar two-sample t-test as a way to illustrate the approach of specifying, estimating, and testing a statistical model.
Using STAT2, students will:
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