Statistical Methods, 2nd Edition builds a foundation for readers to communicate effectively with professional statisticians and computer programmers who will likely perform much of the statistical analyses they will encounter in their careers. Freund &Wilson equip readers with the insight to recognize appropriate experimental designs, correct methods of analyses,
and to arrive at practical conclusions after interpreting statistical results.
"The reading matter and illustrations are engaging because the authors bring in many up-todate,
real-life examples." —Dr. E.D. McCune, Stephen F. Austin State University, Texas
An introductory text for undergraduate and graduate courses in statistics, for students in the liberal arts, business, and science with mathematical background limited to algebra and no exposure to statistics. Learning aids include exercises for computer and manual calculations, worked examples, and concept questions. This second edition adds material on the analysis of means and includes new application examples and exercises, and data sets available with an instructor's manual. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)