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Collecting, Understanding, and Interpreting Statistics
Collecting Statistics
Understanding & Interpreting
Guide to Economic Indicators
by
Norman Frumkin
Call Number: HC103 .F9 2006
ISBN: 0765616467
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The Handbook of Statistical Methods for Engineers and Scientists
by
Harrison M. Wadsworth
Call Number: TA340 .H34 1998
ISBN: 007067678X
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Mental Measurements Yearbook
by
Robert A. Spies (Editor); Janet F. Carlson (Editor); Kurt F. Geisinger (Editor)
Call Number: BF431.A11 B8m 2014
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Past volumes are also available at Briggs Library (Vol. 1, 1938-Vol. 18, 2010).
International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems (ICD-10)
by
World Health Organisation Staff
Call Number: RB115 .I57 2005 CD-ROM
ISBN: 9241545402
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Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV)
by
American Psychiatric Association Staff
Call Number: RC455.2.C4 D54 1994
ISBN: 0890420610
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Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5)
by
American Psychiatric Association Staff
Call Number: Reserve - RC455.2.C4 D536 2013
ISBN: 9780890425541
Publication Date: 2013-05-22
Flowing Data
Nathan Yau's blog on the best infographics and data visualizations on the web -- useful for understanding effective ways to communicate with statistics
Flowing Data: Common Statistical Fallacies
How To Understand Statistics
Introductory essay on the use and abuse of statistics.
Straight Statistics
Straight Statistics is an non-governmental group whose aim is to detect and expose the distortion and misuse of statistical information
Purdue OWL's Guide to Writing with Statistics
Encyclopedia of Measurement and Statistics
by
Neil J. Salkind
Call Number: HA29 .S2363 2007
ISBN: 1412916119
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Dictionary of Statistics and Methodology: A Nontechnical Guide for the Social Sciences
by
W. Paul Vogt (Editor)
Call Number: HA17 .V64 2005
ISBN: 0761988548
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Dictionary of U. S. Government Statistical Terms
by
Alfred N. Garwood (Editor); Louise L. Hornor (Editor)
Call Number: HA214 .D52 1991
ISBN: 0931845246
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Melissa Clark
on June 5, 2015.
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