Introduction to Statistical Investigations By Nathan Tintle EBOOK PDF Instant Download


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Introduction to Statistical Investigations By Nathan Tintle EBOOK PDF Instant Download

Table of Contents

P. Preliminaries: Introduction to Statistical Investigations

P.1 Introduction to the Six-Step Method

P.2 Exploring Data

P.3 Exploring Random Processes

Unit 1: Four Pillars of Inference: Strength, Size, Breadth, and Cause

1.0 Significance: How Strong Is the Evidence?

1.1 Introduction to Chance Models

1.2 Measuring the Strength of Evidence

1.3 Alternative Measure of Strength of Evidence

1.4 What Impacts Strength of Evidence?

1.5 Inference for a Single Proportion: Theory-Based Approach

2.0 Generalization: How Broadly Do the Results Apply?

2.1 Sampling from a Finite Population

2.2 Inference for a Single Quantitative Variable

2.3 Errors and Significance

3.0 Estimation: How Large is the Effect?

3.1 Statistical Inference: Confidence Intervals

3.2 2SD and Theory-Based Confidence Intervals for a Single Proportion

3.3 2SD and Theory-Based Confidence Intervals for a Single Mean

3.4 Factors that Affect the Width of a Confidence Interval

3.5 Cautions When Conducting Inference

4.0 Causation: Can We Say What Caused the Effect

4.1 Association and Confounding

4.2 Observational Studies versus Experiments

Unit 2: Comparing Groups

5.0 Comparing Two Groups

5.1 Comparing Two Groups: Categorical Response

5.2 Comparing Two Proportions: Simulation-Based Approach

5.3 Comparing Two Proportions: Theory-Based Approach

6.0 Comparing Two Means

6.1 Comparing Two Groups: Quantitative Response

6.2 Comparing two Means: Simulation-Based Approach

6.3 Comparing Two Means: Theory-Based Approach

7.0 Paired Data: One Quantitative Variable

7.1 Paired Designs

7.2 Analyzing Paired Data: Simulation-Based Approach

7.3 Analyzing Paired Data: Theory-Based Approach

Unit 3: Analyzing More General Situations

8.0 Comparing More Than Two Proportions

8.1 Comparing Multiple Proportions: Simulation-Based Approach

8.2 Comparing Multiple Proportions: Theory-Based Approach

9.0 Comparing More Than Two Means

9.1 Comparing Multiple Means: Simulation-Based Approach

9.2 Comparing Multiple Means: Theory-Based Approach

Two Quantitative Variables

10.1 Two Quantitative Variables: Scatterplots and Correlation

10.2 Inference for the Correlation Coefficient: Simulation-Based Approach

10.3 Least Squares Regression

10.4 Inference for the Regression Slope: Simulation-Based Approach

10.5 Inference for the Regression Slope: Theory-Based Approach

A: Calculation Details

B: Stratified and Cluster Samples

Solutions to Selected Exercises