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Statistics Crash Course

Narrated by: Andrea Giordani
Length: 44 mins
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A crash course in statistics delves into key statistical methods, namely Chi Square, t-test, ANOVA and descriptive statistics. It equally gives an overview of statistical methods as well as various discussions of the statistical tests relating to various database culled from various sources, like the survey of student spending on textbooks, etc. 

Also, detailed demonstration of various data analysis in SPSS was considered via statistical test.

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Waste of my listening time

Sounds like she is reading badly from a textbook she doesn’t understand. I Was hoping to get some insight into my undergrad stats studies. A couple of sentences on one way and two way anovas that she’d no light on them whatsoever ~ very disappointed

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  • Oakdale Beagle
  • 29-06-18

Book of Definitions

Too much content with too few examples. It is not what I was expecting. I was looking for a refresher and this was not it.

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  • hami
  • 15-08-19

what did I just listen to?

when the reader said artificial neutral Nets instead of neural Nets I knew I had purchased the wrong audiobook