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Data Analysis
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Data Analysis
An Introduction



January 1995 | 88 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Written at a level appropriate for the advanced undergraduate course on data analysis, this accessible volume introduces the reader to the "art" of data analysis from data-gathering to multiple regression in which a dependent variable is influenced by several independent variables. The book focuses on the interpretation of a statistical result, in particular those that come from non-experimental social research. Using a consistent data set throughout the book in order to illustrate the various analytic techniques, the author covers such topics as univariate statistics, measures of association, the statistical significance of the relationship between two variables, and simple regression where the dependent variable is influenced by a single independent variable. The last chapter offers analysis recommendations. Data Analysis will provide social science researchers with the tools to select and evaluate statistical tests appropriate for their particular research question.

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Introduction
 
Data-Gathering
 
Univariate Statistics
 
Measures of Association
 
Significance Testing
 
Simple Regression
 
Multiple Regression
 
Recommendations

Provides a concise overview of important course concepts in a small book format that is affordable for students to purchase and easy for students to transport.

Dr Mark Stevens
Urban Studies , Univ of British Columbia
March 5, 2011

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