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Lies, Damned Lies, or Statistics: How to Tell the Truth with Statistics

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Lies, Damned Lies, or Statistics: How to Tell the Truth with Statistics
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Publisher: Colorado State University, Pueblo
Number of pages: 143

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This is a first draft of a free textbook for a one-semester, undergraduate statistics course. Table of Contents: One-Variable Statistics - Basics; Bi-variate Statistics - Basics; Linear Regression; Probability Theory; Bringing Home the Data; Basic Inferences.

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