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Introduction To The Practice Of Statistics

Author : David S. Moore
ISBN : 1319013384
Genre : Mathematics
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Introduction to the Practice of Statistics (IPS) shows students how to produce and interpret data from real-world contexts—doing the same type of data gathering and analysis that working statisticians in all kinds of businesses and institutions do every day. With this phenomenally successful approach originally developed by David Moore and George McCabe, statistics is more than just a collection of techniques and formulas. Instead, students develop a systematic way of thinking about data, with a focus on problem-solving that helps them understand statistical concepts and master statistical reasoning.

The Practice Of Statistics In The Life Sciences

Author : Brigitte Baldi
ISBN : 9781464133213
Genre : Mathematics
File Size : 29. 45 MB
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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 mirrors that #1 bestseller’s signature emphasis on statistical thinking, real data, and what statisticians actually do. The new edition includes new and updated exercises, examples, and samples of real data, as well as an expanded range of media tools for students and instructors.

Study Guide Solutions Manual For Introduction To The Practice Of Statistics

Author : David S. Moore
ISBN : 9781464106293
Genre : Mathematics
File Size : 84. 67 MB
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Applied Linear Algebra And Matrix Analysis

Author : Thomas S. Shores
ISBN : 9780387489476
Genre : Mathematics
File Size : 30. 9 MB
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This new book offers a fresh approach to matrix and linear algebra by providing a balanced blend of applications, theory, and computation, while highlighting their interdependence. Intended for a one-semester course, Applied Linear Algebra and Matrix Analysis places special emphasis on linear algebra as an experimental science, with numerous examples, computer exercises, and projects. While the flavor is heavily computational and experimental, the text is independent of specific hardware or software platforms. Throughout the book, significant motivating examples are woven into the text, and each section ends with a set of exercises.

Political Economy For Public Policy

Author : Ethan Bueno de Mesquita
ISBN : 9781400883189
Genre : Political Science
File Size : 49. 36 MB
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This textbook uses modern political economy to introduce students of political science, government, economics, and public policy to the politics of the policymaking process. The book's distinct political economy approach has two virtues. By developing general principles for thinking about policymaking, it can be applied across a range of issue areas. It also unifies the policy curriculum, offering coherence to standard methods for teaching economics and statistics, and drawing connections between fields. The book begins by exploring the normative foundations of policymaking—political theory, social choice theory, and the Paretian and utilitarian underpinnings of policy analysis. It then introduces game theoretic models of social dilemmas—externalities, coordination problems, and commitment problems—that create opportunities for policy to improve social welfare. Finally, it shows how the political process creates technological and incentive constraints on government that shape policy outcomes. Throughout, concepts and models are illustrated and reinforced with discussions of empirical evidence and case studies. This textbook is essential for all students of public policy and for anyone interested in the most current methods influencing policymaking today. Comprehensive approach to politics and policy suitable for advanced undergraduates and graduate students Models unify policy curriculum through methodological coherence Exercises at the end of every chapter Self-contained appendices cover necessary game theory Extensive discussion of cases and applications

Main Currents Of Western Thought

Author : Franklin Le Van Baumer
ISBN : 0300022336
Genre : History
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In the quarter of a century since its first appearance, this book has remained unquestionably the leading reader in its field. The illuminating short essays that introduce sections and subsections are well known, but the continuing usefulness of any reader depends upon the quality of the selections.

Managing Sport Development

Author : Emma Sherry
ISBN : 9781317622963
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 55. 30 MB
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Sport development has become a significant part of the international sport industry. The development of sport (creating pathways for participation and talent development) and sport for development (using sport as a tool to achieve outcomes beyond sport) are now fundamental aspects of the organisation and governance of sport around the world. Consequently, any manager working in sport today needs to understand what sport development is and how sport development programs can be managed, implemented and evaluated. This is the first undergraduate textbook to offer a complete introduction to sport development, covering theory and its application to managerial practice, with examples from international contexts. The book integrates discussion of the development of sport and sport for development in every chapter, with international case studies to illustrate the significance and application of both. Each chapter introduces key theory, examines the implications of theory for practice and critically analyses practical managerial issues. Discussion of both able-bodied and disability sport are embedded throughout, and the book includes a range of useful features to aid understanding, such as learning objectives, real world data and examples, key terms, review questions, and a companion website containing slides and a test bank for instructors. Managing Sport Development is an essential text for any introductory sport development course, and invaluable reading for any course on international sport management, sport policy, sport governance, sport and social issues, or coach education.

Statistics Concepts And Controversies

Author : David S. Moore
ISBN : 0716786362
Genre : Mathematics
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Statistics are used every day in ways that directly influence our lives. The authors help you understand what the numbers really mean.

The World In The 20th Century

Author : Stephanie A. Hallock
ISBN : 0136032532
Genre : History
File Size : 47. 51 MB
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For undergraduate courses on 20th century world history, history of Europe and international relations. Presents a framework of key events in the 20th century that shaped the modern world. The World in the Twentieth Century is a brief, accessible text written for students who may have little background in history. It focuses on encouraging students to make connections by delivering four important themes: the effects of technology on world history, changing global identities, shifting borders and globalization. These themes and the book's structure develop a deeper understanding of a fast-paced century by placing strong emphasis on student engagement.

Debates In International Relations

Author : Bradley A. Thayer
ISBN : 0205568122
Genre : Political Science
File Size : 78. 54 MB
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Debates in International Relations organizes writings by leading scholars and practitioners into debates on current security, economic, and global issues. Balancing how international controversies are talked about in academic literature and in the news, the diverse topics and selections in this reader broaden knowledge of international politics and facilitate critical thinking. Debates in International Relations not only covers issues of contemporary and conceptual interest but also helps students take a position on world affairs that affect their lives.

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