ABSTRACT

This volume includes changes in the switch from DOS-based to Windows-based, menu-driven forms of SPSS and MINITAB is the most important. The other change shows availability of data in digital form from websites or via CD-ROMs. The book is useful for teachers and students.

chapter 1|5 pages

Introduction

ByDennis Wheeler, Gareth Shaw, Stewart Barr

chapter 2|30 pages

An Introduction to Mathematical Statistics and Computer Applications

ByDennis Wheeler, Gareth Shaw, Stewart Barr

chapter 3|22 pages

Geographical Sources, Data Collection and Data

ByDennis Wheeler, Gareth Shaw, Stewart Barr

chapter 4|26 pages

Measurement and Descriptive Statistics

ByDennis Wheeler, Gareth Shaw, Stewart Barr

chapter 5|32 pages

Probability and Probability Distributions

ByDennis Wheeler, Gareth Shaw, Stewart Barr

chapter 6|18 pages

Samples and Populations

ByDennis Wheeler, Gareth Shaw, Stewart Barr

chapter 7|43 pages

Testing Hypotheses Using Parametric and Non-Parametric Data

ByKathryn A. Markell, Marc A. Markell, Morgan K. Carr-Markell

chapter 8|16 pages

Methods of Correlation Analysis

ByKathryn A. Markell, Marc A. Markell, Morgan K. Carr-Markell

chapter 9|25 pages

Simple Linear and Non-Linear Regression

ByKathryn A. Markell, Marc A. Markell, Morgan K. Carr-Markell

chapter 10|19 pages

Multiple Regression and Correlation

ByKathryn A. Markell, Marc A. Markell, Morgan K. Carr-Markell

chapter 11|25 pages

Factor Analysis and Related Techniques

ByKathryn A. Markell, Marc A. Markell, Morgan K. Carr-Markell

chapter 12|17 pages

Cluster Analysis

ByKathryn A. Markell, Marc A. Markell, Morgan K. Carr-Markell

chapter 13|22 pages

Spatial Indices and Pattern Analysis

ByKathryn A. Markell, Marc A. Markell, Morgan K. Carr-Markell