Data Analysis for Politics and Policy
by Edward R. Tufte
Publisher: Prentice Hall 1974
Number of pages: 179
A great book for the beginning data analyst and a must for political science graduate students. It is a clear introduction to the use of regression analysis. Edward Tufte was a political scientist of the first order, an excellent statistician and a teacher par excellence.
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