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Elementary Statistics

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This is the eBook of the printed book and may not include any media, website access codes, or print supplements that may come packaged with the bound book. Weiss’s Elementary Statistics, Eighth Edition is the ideal textbook for introductory statistics classes that emphasize statistical reasoning and critical thinking. Comprehensive in its coverage, Weiss’s meticulous style offers careful, detailed explanations to ease the learning process. With more than 2,000 exercises, most using real data, there is a wealth of opportunity for students to apply their knowledge and develop statistical literacy. The text is suitable for a one-semester course. Elementary Statistics, Eighth Edition, contains parallel presentation of critical-value and p-value approaches to hypothesis testing. This unique design allows both the flexibility to concentrate on one approach or the opportunity for greater depth in comparing the two. This edition of Elementary Statistics continues the book's tradition of being on the cutting edge of statistical pedagogy, technology, and data analysis. It includes hundreds of new and updated exercises with real data from journals, magazines, newspapers, and Web sites. Elementary Statistics, Eighth Edition, takes a data-driven approach with more than 700 data sets documented by several hundred data sources. Datasets and other resources (where applicable) for this book are available here.

Grading for Equity

Grading for Equity Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Joe Feldman
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“Joe Feldman shows us how we can use grading to help students become the leaders of their own learning and lift the veil on how to succeed. . . . This must-have book will help teachers learn to implement improved, equity-focused grading for impact.” --Zaretta Hammond, Author of Culturally Responsive Teaching & The Brain Crack open the grading conversation Here at last—and none too soon—is a resource that delivers the research base, tools, and courage to tackle one of the most challenging and emotionally charged conversations in today’s schools: our inconsistent grading practices and the ways they can inadvertently perpetuate the achievement and opportunity gaps among our students. With Grading for Equity, Joe Feldman cuts to the core of the conversation, revealing how grading practices that are accurate, bias-resistant, and motivational will improve learning, minimize grade inflation, reduce failure rates, and become a lever for creating stronger teacher-student relationships and more caring classrooms. Essential reading for schoolwide and individual book study or for student advocates, Grading for Equity provides A critical historical backdrop, describing how our inherited system of grading was originally set up as a sorting mechanism to provide or deny opportunity, control students, and endorse a “fixed mindset” about students’ academic potential—practices that are still in place a century later A summary of the research on motivation and equitable teaching and learning, establishing a rock-solid foundation and a “true north” orientation toward equitable grading practices Specific grading practices that are more equitable, along with teacher examples, strategies to solve common hiccups and concerns, and evidence of effectiveness Reflection tools for facilitating individual or group engagement and understanding As Joe writes, “Grading practices are a mirror not just for students, but for us as their teachers.” Each one of us should start by asking, “What do my grading practices say about who I am and what I believe?” Then, let’s make the choice to do things differently . . . with Grading for Equity as a dog-eared reference.

An Introduction to MATLAB for Behavioral Researchers

An Introduction to MATLAB for Behavioral Researchers Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Christopher R. Madan
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An Introduction to MATLAB for Behavioral Researchers by Christopher R. Madan Summary

MATLAB is a powerful data analysis program, but many behavioral science researchers find it too daunting to learn and use. An Introduction to MATLAB for Behavioral Researchers by Christopher R. Madan is an easy-to-understand, hands-on guide for behavioral researchers who have no prior programming experience. Written in a conversational and non-intimidating style, the author walks students—step by step—through analyzing real experimental data. Topics covered include the basics of programming, the implementation of simple behavioral analyses, and how to make publication-ready figures. More advanced topics such as pseudo-randomization of trial sequences to meet specified criteria and working with psycholinguistic data are also covered. Interesting behavioral science examples and datasets from published studies, such as visualizing fixation patterns in eye-tracking studies and animal search behavior in two-dimensional space, help develop an intuition for data analysis, which is essential and can only be developed when working with real research problems and real data.

Introductory Probability and Statistics

Introductory Probability and Statistics Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Antal Kozak,Robert Kozak,Susan Watts,Christina Staudhammer
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Introductory Probability and Statistics by Antal Kozak,Robert Kozak,Susan Watts,Christina Staudhammer Summary

With interest growing in areas of forestry, conservation and other natural sciences, the need to organize and tabulate large amounts of forestry and natural science information has become a necessary skill. Previous attempts of applying statistical methods to these areas tend to be over-specialized and of limited use; an elementary text using methods, examples and exercises that are relevant to forestry and the natural sciences is long overdue. This book utilises basic descriptive statistics and probability, as well as commonly used statistical inferential tools to introduce topics that are commonplace in a forestry context such as hypothesis texting, design of experiments, sampling methods, nonparametric tests and statistical quality control. It also contains examples and exercises drawn from the fields of forestry, wood science, and conservation.

R Companion to Elementary Applied Statistics

R Companion to Elementary Applied Statistics Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Christopher Hay-Jahans
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R Companion to Elementary Applied Statistics by Christopher Hay-Jahans Summary

The R Companion to Elementary Applied Statistics includes traditional applications covered in elementary statistics courses as well as some additional methods that address questions that might arise during or after the application of commonly used methods. Beginning with basic tasks and computations with R, readers are then guided through ways to bring data into R, manipulate the data as needed, perform common statistical computations and elementary exploratory data analysis tasks, prepare customized graphics, and take advantage of R for a wide range of methods that find use in many elementary applications of statistics. Features: Requires no familiarity with R or programming to begin using this book. Can be used as a resource for a project-based elementary applied statistics course, or for researchers and professionals who wish to delve more deeply into R. Contains an extensive array of examples that illustrate ideas on various ways to use pre-packaged routines, as well as on developing individualized code. Presents quite a few methods that may be considered non-traditional, or advanced. Includes accompanying carefully documented script files that contain code for all examples presented, and more. R is a powerful and free product that is gaining popularity across the scientific community in both the professional and academic arenas. Statistical methods discussed in this book are used to introduce the fundamentals of using R functions and provide ideas for developing further skills in writing R code. These ideas are illustrated through an extensive collection of examples. About the Author: Christopher Hay-Jahans received his Doctor of Arts in mathematics from Idaho State University in 1999. After spending three years at University of South Dakota, he moved to Juneau, Alaska, in 2002 where he has taught a wide range of undergraduate courses at University of Alaska Southeast.

Applied Statistics for Environmental Science with R

Applied Statistics for Environmental Science with R Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Abbas F. M. Al-Karkhi,Wasin A. A. Alqaraghuli
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Applied Statistics for Environmental Science with R by Abbas F. M. Al-Karkhi,Wasin A. A. Alqaraghuli Summary

Applied Statistics for Environmental Science with R presents the theory and application of statistical techniques in environmental science and aids researchers in choosing the appropriate statistical technique for analyzing their data. Focusing on the use of univariate and multivariate statistical methods, this book acts as a step-by-step resource to facilitate understanding in the use of R statistical software for interpreting data in the field of environmental science. Researchers utilizing statistical analysis in environmental science and engineering will find this book to be essential in solving their day-to-day research problems. Includes step-by-step tutorials to aid in understanding the process and implementation of unique data Presents statistical theory in a simple way without complex mathematical proofs Shows how to analyze data using R software and provides R scripts for all examples and figures

Introductory Probability and Statistics, Revised Edition

Introductory Probability and Statistics, Revised Edition Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Robert Kozak,Antal Kozak,Christina Staudhammer,Susan Watts
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Introductory Probability and Statistics, Revised Edition by Robert Kozak,Antal Kozak,Christina Staudhammer,Susan Watts Summary

This revised edition of this unique textbook is specifically designed for statistics and probability courses taught to students of forestry and related disciplines. It introduces probability, statistical techniques, data analysis, hypothesis testing, experimental design, sampling methods, nonparametric tests and statistical quality control, using examples drawn from a forestry, wood science and conservation context. The book now includes several new practical exercises for students to practice data analysis and experimental design themselves. It has been updated throughout, and its scope has been broadened to reflect the evolving and dynamic nature of forestry, bringing in examples from conservation science, recreation and urban forestry.

The Diagnostic Process

The Diagnostic Process Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Rudolf Zalter
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This book addresses the decision making process under uncertainty. The process commonly encountered in all fields of human endeavor is called the diagnostic process in this monograph. The thrust of this book is to help the struggling student, of all ages, in all fields, to cross the threshold from rote to comprehension, thus bridging an intuitive gap left in many a reader’s mind regarding the significance and clinical implication of the accompanying probability data. The text is, in essence, a verbal and graphic portrait of the basic ideas and symbolic structure of probability and statistical inference with particular stress on the Bayesian version. It aims to expound in words, simile, and diagrams the inherent connections obtained between a given event and its sample space or between a given random sample and a hypothesized population. In this sense, no formula is left naked to be absorbed on its face value without the support of a graphic cover. The final result is a firm grasp of the simple concepts that make the infrastructure (not the superstructure) of the subject. Nonetheless, this is not another book on statistics. It certainly is not a textbook geared for the classroom, it contains no problem to solve other than those structured and graphed examples needed to clarify and illustrate the thrust of the point under consideration. The book deals exclusively with the two topics that I tend to believe are the core thesis of statistics, namely, probability and its counterpoint, inference, supported by the necessary exposition of sets. Thus, the book does not include the mandatory and important chapters on analysis of variance, regression, and correlation.

Encyclopedia of Research Design

Encyclopedia of Research Design Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Neil J. Salkind
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To request a free 30-day online trial to this product, visit www.sagepub.com/freetrial Research design can be daunting for all types of researchers. At its heart it might be described as a formalized approach toward problem solving, thinking, and acquiring knowledge—the success of which depends upon clearly defined objectives and appropriate choice of statistical tools, tests, and analysis to meet a project's objectives. Comprising more than 500 entries, the Encyclopedia of Research Design explains how to make decisions about research design, undertake research projects in an ethical manner, interpret and draw valid inferences from data, and evaluate experiment design strategies and results. Two additional features carry this encyclopedia far above other works in the field: bibliographic entries devoted to significant articles in the history of research design and reviews of contemporary tools, such as software and statistical procedures, used to analyze results. Key Features Covers the spectrum of research design strategies, from material presented in introductory classes to topics necessary in graduate research Addresses cross- and multidisciplinary research needs, with many examples drawn from the social and behavioral sciences, neurosciences, and biomedical and life sciences Provides summaries of advantages and disadvantages of often-used strategies Uses hundreds of sample tables, figures, and equations based on real-life cases Key Themes Descriptive Statistics Distributions Graphical Displays of Data Hypothesis Testing Important Publications Inferential Statistics Item Response Theory Mathematical Concepts Measurement Concepts Organizations Publishing Qualitative Research Reliability of Scores Research Design Concepts Research Designs Research Ethics Research Process Research Validity Issues Sampling Scaling Software Applications Statistical Assumptions Statistical Concepts Statistical Procedures Statistical Tests Theories, Laws, and Principles Types of Variables Validity of Scores The Encyclopedia of Research Design is the perfect instrument for new learners as well as experienced researchers to explore both the original and newest branches of the field.

Media and Communication Research Methods

Media and Communication Research Methods Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Arthur Asa Berger
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This step-by-step introduction to conducting media and communication research offers practical insights along with the author’s signature lighthearted style to make discussion of qualitative and quantitative methods easy to comprehend. The Fifth Edition of Media and Communication Research Methods includes a new chapter on discourse analysis; expanded discussion of social media, including discussion of the ethics of Facebook experiments; and expanded coverage of the research process with new discussion of search strategies and best practices for analyzing research articles. Ideal for research students at both the graduate and undergraduate level, this proven book is clear, concise, and accompanied by just the right number of detailed examples, useful applications, and valuable exercises to help students to understand, and master, media and communication research.

Research Methods for Environmental Studies

Research Methods for Environmental Studies Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Mark Kanazawa
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The methodological needs of environmental studies are unique in the breadth of research questions that can be posed, calling for a textbook that covers a broad swath of approaches to conducting research with potentially many different kinds of evidence. Written specifically for social science-based research into the environment, this book covers the best-practice research methods most commonly used to study the environment and its connections to societal and economic activities and objectives. Over five key parts, Kanazawa introduces quantitative and qualitative approaches, mixed methods, and the special requirements of interdisciplinary research, emphasizing that methodological practice should be tailored to the specific needs of the project. Within these parts, detailed coverage is provided on key topics including the identification of a research project; spatial analysis; ethnography approaches; interview technique; and ethical issues in environmental research. Drawing on a variety of extended examples to encourage problem-based learning and fully addressing the challenges associated with interdisciplinary investigation, this book will be an essential resource for students embarking on courses exploring research methods in environmental studies.

Applications of Hypothesis Testing for Environmental Science

Applications of Hypothesis Testing for Environmental Science Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Abbas F.M. Alkarkhi
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Applications of Hypothesis Testing for Environmental Science by Abbas F.M. Alkarkhi Summary

Applications of Hypothesis Testing for Environmental Science presents the theory and application of hypothesis testing in environmental science, allowing researchers to carry out suitable tests for decision-making on a variety of issues. This book works as a step-by-step resource to provide understanding of the concepts and applications of hypothesis testing in the field of environmental science. The tests are presented in simplified form without relying on complex mathematical proofs to allow researchers to easily locate the most appropriate test and apply it to real-world situations. Each example is accompanied by a case study showing the application of the method to realistic data. This book provides step-by-step guidance in analyzing and testing various environmental data for researchers, postgraduates and graduates of environmental sciences, as well as academics looking for a book that includes case studies of the applications of hypothesis testing. It will also be a valuable resource for researchers in other related fields and those who are not familiar with the use of statistics who may need to analyze data or perform hypothesis tests in their research. Includes step-by-step tutorials to aid in the understanding of procedures and allowing implementation of suitable tests Presents the theory of hypothesis testing in a simple yet thorough manner without complex mathematical proofs Describes how to implement hypothesis testing in analyzing and interpretation environmental science data

Counseling and Educational Research

Counseling and Educational Research Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Rick A. Houser
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Counseling and Educational Research: Evaluation and Application prepares readers to be good consumers and evaluators of research. Using concrete examples from published articles, author Rick A. Houser teaches students to take a systematic approach to evaluating professional literature critically and using it responsibly. The Fourth Edition covers evidence-based research, qualitative methods, program evaluation, and mixed methods; includes new discussions on how national accreditation standards in counseling (CACREP) and education (CAEP) apply to research; and examines how cultural influences can affect the research process.

Writing and Researching for A Thesis Proposal

Writing and Researching for A Thesis Proposal Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Clara Herlina Karjo
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Writing and Researching for A Thesis Proposal by Clara Herlina Karjo Summary

As an undergraduate student, you should carry out a research to be qualified for a bachelor degree. Yet, research can be a major stumbling block for a student to achieve his/her goal. However, research should not hinder you to attain your aim. It only takes a little understanding and practice. This book describes almost everything you need to carry out a research assignment, as well as some techniques, concepts and conventions for writing a scientific paper. And more importantly, it has ample samples and practices. The objective of this book is to guide you step by step, little by little to design your research and finally write your very own thesis proposal. I sincerely wish that you could take advantage of this book and begin your journey to greatness. Happy researching and writing!

A Textbook of Sports Science : TEST, EVALUATION, ACCREDITATION, MEASUREMENTS And STANDARDS ( TEAMS )

A Textbook of Sports Science : TEST, EVALUATION, ACCREDITATION, MEASUREMENTS And STANDARDS ( TEAMS ) Pdf/ePub eBook Author: DR. DEVINDER K. KANSAL
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A Textbook of Sports Science : TEST, EVALUATION, ACCREDITATION, MEASUREMENTS And STANDARDS ( TEAMS ) by DR. DEVINDER K. KANSAL Summary

CONTENTS IN BRIEF PREFACE & ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS vii PART - I: INTRODUCTION 19-77 Chapter-1: Philosophy of Testing 21 Chapter-2: Need for Sports Science to Develop Sports Excellence 36 Chapter-3: Measuring Physical Education Component is Lifeline of All Education 52 Chapter-4: History of Test and Measurement 68 PART - II: TEST CONSTRUCTION 78-143 Chapter-5: Test Classification 80 Chapter-6: Criteria of Good Test 88 Chapter-7: Construction of Psychomotor Tests 104 Chapter-8: Construction of Knowledge Tests 116 Chapter-9: Construction of Affective Tests 126 Chapter-10:Test Administration 131 PART - III: PHYSICAL TESTS 144-185 Chapter-11: Anthropometric Tests 145 Chapter-12: Testing Health Markers 164 PART - IV: PSYCHOMOTOR TESTS 186-373 Chapter-13: Introduction to Psychomotor Testing 188 Chapter-14: Muscular Strength & Endurance Testing 198 Chapter-15: Cardio-Pulmonary Endurance 212 Chapter-16: Flexibility Tests 231 Chapter-17: Muscular Power Tests 244 Chapter-18: Agility Tests 252 Chapter-19: Balance and Its Tests 260 Chapter-20: Tests of Speed Reaction Time and Coordination 272 Chapter-21: Physical Activity: Cognition and Testing 284 Chapter-22: Physical and Motor Fitness Testing 298 Chapter-23: General Motor Ability Testing 307 Chapter-24: Team Games Skill Testing 317 Chapter-25: Individual Games Skill Testing 348 PART - V: MEASUREMENTS 374-418 Chapter-26: Measurements of Champions 375 Chapter-27: Measurement of Behaviour Change and Sport for All 385 Chapter-28: Measurement and Sports Talent Selection 397 Chapter-29: Measurement and Sports Excellence 411 PART-VI: STATISTICS, EVALUATION, ACCREDITATION & STANDARDS 419-536 Chapter-30: Introduction to Statistical Tests 421 Chapter-31: Data Distribution and Central Tendency 429 Chapter-32: Variability Testing 446 Chapter-33: Normal Probability Curve 454 Chapter-34: Diagrammatic Representations of Data 458 Chapter-35: Evaluation Fundamentals 478 Chapter-36: Accreditation and Standards 494 Chapter-37: Grading : ASummative Evaluation 514 PART - VII : REFERENCE SECTION 537-608 BIBLIOGRAPHY : 538-552 APPENDIXES : 553 - 584 GLOSSARY : 585-595 INDEX : 596-601 EPILOGUE : 602 EPILOGUE A: Standards for Sports Universities’ Departments (illustrated) : 603 EPILOGUE B: Standards for Sports Universities’ Courses (illustrated) : 604 ABOUT THE AUTHOR : 606 Readers Opinions & Suggestions Form for Improvements in the Next Edition : 607