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## The Basic Practice of Statistics

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## Statistics: Concepts and Controversies

David Moore and William Notz’s Statistics: Concepts and Controversies (SCC) introduces liberal arts majors to statistical ideas—and shows them how use those ideas to think about the statistical claims they see every day from polls, campaigns, advertising, public policy, and many different fields of study. The ultimate goal is to equip students with solid statistical reasoning skills that will help them understand impact of... more...

## Introduction to the Practice of Statistics

Introduction to the Practice of Statistics is now supported by Sapling Intro Stats, a powerful online homework system in which every problem is an opportunity for a student to learn through meaningful hints, targeted feedback, and detailed solutions. Sapling Intro Stats provides students with support to navigate their homework and ultimately understand statistical concepts and calculations. Read more at... more...

## Statistics: Concepts & Controversies (Loose Leaf) & Eesee Access Card

No textbook communicates the basics of statistical analysis to liberal arts students as effectively as the bestselling Statistics: Concepts and Controversies (SCC). And no text makes it easier for these students to understand and talk about statistical claims they encounter in commercials, campaigns, the media, sports, and elsewhere in their lives. The new edition offers SCC’s signature combination of engaging cases, real-life examples and... more...

## Statistics Through Applications

Watch a video introduction here. Statistics Through Applications (STA) is the only text written specifically for high school statistics course. Designed to be read, the book takes a data analysis approach that emphasizes conceptual understanding over computation, while recognizing that some computation is necessary. The focus is on the statistical thinking behind data gathering and... more...

## The Practice of Statistics in the Life Sciences with...

NOTE: This ASIN is text alone which automatically includes access to a different digital product; EESEE. This remarkably engaging textbook gives biology students an introduction to statistical practice all their own. It covers essential statistical topics with examples and exercises drawn from across the life sciences, including the fields of nursing, public health, and allied health. Based on David Moore’s The Basic Practice of Statistics, PSLS... more...

## Essential Statistics

Book by David S. Moore

## Introduction to the Practice of Statistics: w/CrunchIt/EESEE...

With this updated new edition, the market-leading Introduction to the Practice of Statistics (IPS) remains unmatched in its ability to show how statisticians actually work. Its focus on data analysis and critical thinking, step-by-step pedagogy, and applications in a variety of professions and disciplines make it exceptionally engaging to students learning core statistical ideas. What's in the LaunchPad

## The Practice of Statistics for Business and Economics

With The Practice of Statistics for Business and Economics, instructors can help students develop a working knowledge of data production and interpretation in a business and economics context, giving them the practical tools they need to make data-informed, real-world business decisions from the first day of class. With its expanded, dedicated version of LaunchPad, the text more than ever is a seamlessly integrated print/online resource,... more...

## The Basic Practice of Statistics (Paper) & Student CD

In "Basic Practice of Statistics", Moore brings the data analysis approach to the one-term course, with an accessible, fun style that helps students with limited mathematical backgrounds utilize the same tools, techniques and interpretive skills working statisticians rely on everyday. The third edition continues the tradition of Moore's convenient and user-friendly style through a reorganized format, review chapters at the end of each part, and new... more...