The Cartoon Guide to Statistics covers all the central ideas of modern statistics: the summary and display of all data, probability in gambling and medicine, random variables, Bernoulli Trials, the Central Limit Theorem, hypothesis testing, confidence interval estimation, and much more--all explained in simple, clear, and funny illustrations. Never again will you order the Poisson Distribution in a French restaurant!
Statistics is has always been a challenge for me, but this book helped me to understand basic research concepts and test construction. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Beverly Underwood
cute... didn't read deeply so I can't speak to the concepts.Published 20 days ago by S. Davitt-Style
I bought this many years ago when I taught AP-Statistics. It's a well written, entertaining resource. I've even lent it out a couple of times to students since then.Published 2 months ago by C. Peter Zuroff
Worth a read. Good. Nicely explained fundamentals and concepts. will try to explore other books too from this series. Met the expectations!Published 2 months ago by pratik
If your struggling with Stats and just can get the concepts to click than this is a good book for you. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Roman
This book is interesting to explain to someone who is more visually inclined about all things to do with numbers and statistics. It does help if you have a comic to go with it...Published 3 months ago by Peter Taylor
I like the style of the writing. It's a nice book for beginners or "idots" to understand the complicated concept through the beautiful explanations in this book.Published 3 months ago by Santata
CITATION: Gonick, L. & Criddle, C. (2005). The cartoon guide to statistics. New York: HarperCollins Publishers (Collins Reference).
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