Statistics for the Humanities
by John Canning
Publisher: British Academy 2013
Number of pages: 239
This book is a beginner's guide to statistics which uses examples from the humanities subjects. The case studies used are from history, languages, linguistics, religious studies and area studies. The book is aimed primarily at undergraduate humanities students, especially those who have not studied mathematics since the age of 16.
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