Computational Handbook of Statistics, 4th Edition

By James L. Bruning, B. L. Kintz

Published by Pearson

Published Date: Jan 7, 1997

Table of Contents

1. Organizing Data and Some Simple Computations.

2. Confidence Intervals.

3. Correlation and Related Topics.

4. Analysis of Variance.

5. Supplemental Computations for Analysis of Variance.

6. Multivariate Analyses.

7. Nonparametric Tests, Miscellaneous Tests of Significance, and Indexes of Relationships.


Normal-Curve Areas.

Critical Values of “Student’s” t Statistic.

Critical Values for Sandler’s A Statistic.

Values of the Chi-Square Statistic.

Probabilities of the F Distribution.

Fisher’s z Transformation for Pearson’s r Correlation Coefficient.

Critical Values of Pearson’s r Correlation Coefficient for Five Alpha Significance Levels.

Critical Values of the U Statistic of the Mann-Whitney Test.

Critical Values for Hartley’s Maximum F Ratio Significance Test for Homogeneity of Variances.

Significant Studentized Ranges for Duncan’s New Multiple-Range Test.

Significant Studentized Ranges for the Newman-Keuls’ and Tukey Mulitple-Comparison Tests.

Dunnett’s Test: Comparison of Treatment Means with a Control.

Critical Values of Wilcoxon’s t Statistic for the Matched- Pairs, Signed-Ranks Test.

Coefficients for Orthogonal Polynomials.

Cumulative Probability Distribution for r’, the Total Number of Runs Up or Down.

Sample Size and Power.


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