Statistical Analysis with Excel For Dummies by Joseph Schmuller
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Take the mystery out of statistical terms and put Excel to work!

If you need to create and interpret statistics in business or classroom settings, this easy-to-use guide is just what you need. It shows you how to use Excel's powerful tools for statistical analysis, even if you've never taken a course in statistics. Learn the meaning of terms like mean and median, margin of error, standard deviation, and permutations, and discover how to interpret the statistics of everyday life. You'll learn to use Excel formulas, charts, PivotTables, and other tools to make sense of everything from sports stats to medical correlations.Statistics have a reputation for being challenging and math-intensive; this friendly guide makes statistical analysis with Excel easy to understandExplains how to use Excel to crunch numbers and interpret the statistics of everyday life: sales figures, gambling odds, sports stats, a grading curve, and much moreCovers formulas and functions, charts and PivotTables, samples and normal distributions, probabilities and related distributions, trends, and correlationsClarifies statistical terms such as median vs. mean, margin of error, standard deviation, correlations, and permutations

Statistical Analysis with Excel For Dummies, 3rd Edition helps you make sense of statistics and use Excel's statistical analysis tools in your daily life.


About Joseph Schmuller

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Joseph Schmuller Ph.D. (Jacksonville, FL) a twenty-plus year veteran in Information Technology is a Technical Architect at Blue Cross-Blue Shield of Florida. He is the author of Active X: No Experience Required (Sybex), Dynamic HTML: Master the Essentials (Sybex), the three editions of Teach Yourself UML in 24 Hours (SAMS), and numerous articles on advanced technology. From 1991 through 1997, he was Editor-in-Chief of PC AI magazine. He is a former member of the American Statistical Association, and he has taught statistics at the undergrad, honors undergrad, and graduate levels. As a graduate student at the University of Wisconsin, he won a campus-wide award for excellence in teaching. The award was largely based on his work as a teaching assistant in statistics courses. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin and is an Adjunct Professor at the University of North Florida.
Published March 14, 2013 by For Dummies. 528 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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