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An Introduction to Statistical Methods, 23/e

An Introduction to Statistical Methods, 23/e

Vikas Publishing
  • 9788125916543
  • 868 pages
  • Paperback
  • 5.5 X 8.5 inches
  • Book 499.00
  • 2004


This best-selling textbook has been revised by adding a chapter on the theory of games. First published in 1957 this book continues to serve as a text for students taking statistics as a course in Commerce, Management, Economics or any other area of the social sciences.
The underlying idea behind this book is two-fold: first, the presentation of the subject in a manner such that the pre-requisite for understanding its contents is only an elementary knowledge of algebra and second, to serve students at both the undergraduate and the postgraduate level. Emphasis has been laid on the significance of various statistical concepts to help readers understand and interpret them. A large number of illustrations have been provided to better demonstrate the use of statistical techniques in diverse situations and understand their applicability better.

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1. Introduction, 2. The Field of Statistics, 3. Statistical Inquiries and Sampling, 4. Collection of Data-Preliminary Considerations, 5. Collection of Data-Techniques, 6. Classification and Tabulation, 7. Diagrammatic Representation, 8. Graphic Representation, 9. Measures of Central Tendency, 10. Measures of Dispersion, 11. Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis, 12. Analysis of Time Series, 13. Index Numbers, 14. Interpolation, 15. Relationship Between Variables-Regression and Correlation, 16. Probability, 17. Sampling Distributions, 18. Estimation and Testing of Hypothesis, 19. Tests on Large Samples, 20. Tests on Small Samples and Goodness of Fit, 21. Attributes and Their Association, 22. Vital Statistics, 23. Statistics Quality Control, 24. Statistics for Business Decisions, 25. Linear Programming, 26. Theory of Games