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The really fantastic thing about statistics is that most complex notions can ...
on 25 June 2015
The author is the eponymous character of the title - she is the dummy. Whilst the explanations are passable for descriptive statistics, they are awful when it come to inferential statistics. The really fantastic thing about statistics is that most complex notions can be rendered into words (worded problems); however, the author is unable to do this. Her treatment of formulae is particularly lacking. What this book provides are the key big ideas needed to be learnt and these can be found, obviously, on the contents pages. You need look no further than this. One would be better advised to search for information on YouTube.