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Data Analysis for the Helping Professions
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Data Analysis for the Helping Professions
A Practical Guide



April 1990 | 264 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
A vital practical guide for professionals and students in nursing, education and social work, this volume helps readers to select the most appropriate statistical procedures for analyzing data. The author provides illustrations and examples of the application of these procedures to research issues. The volume directs readers to relevant texts for in-depth discussion of specific procedures.
 
PART ONE: FINDING THE RIGHT STATISTICAL PROCEDURE
 
Introduction
 
The Univariate Distribution
 
The Bivariate Distribution - Nominal Data
 
The Bivariate Distribution - Various Combinations
Nominal, Ordinal and Interval Data

 
 
Bivariate and Multivariate Distributions with Interval and Nominal Level Data
 
PART TWO: STATISTICAL COMPUTATIONS AND PREPARATION OF DATA FOR ANALYSIS
 
Computations and Illustrations
Univariate Distributions

 
 
Computations and Illustrations
Bivariate Distributions - Nominal Data

 
 
Computations and Illustrations
Combinations of Bivariate Distributions - Nominal, Ordinal and Interval Data

 
 
Computations and Illustrations
Interval and Nominal Level Variables

 

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ISBN: 9780803937246
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