Statistics for the Humanities

 Preface

Preface

 The Mathematics Behind Statistics

The Mathematics Behind Statistics

 Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 1: Introduction

 Chapter 2: How many and how big?

Chapter 2: How many and how big?

 Chapter 3: Summarizing Data

Chapter 3: Summarizing Data

 Chapter 4: Measuring Spread

Chapter 4: Measuring Spread

 Chapter 5: Sampling

Chapter 5: Sampling

 Chapter 6: Measuring Change

Chapter 6: Measuring Change

 Chapter 7: Drawing Conclusions from Statistics

Chapter 7: Drawing Conclusions from Statistics

 Chapter 8: Key Concepts in Statistics   

Chapter 8: Key Concepts in Statistics

 

 Chapter 9: Using Statistics Intelligently

Chapter 9: Using Statistics Intelligently

 Chapter 10: Comparison Between Groups

Chapter 10: Comparison Between Groups

 Chapter 11: Comparing Two Groups: the Student's T-Test

Chapter 11: Comparing Two Groups: the Student's T-Test

 Chapter 12: Comparing Two or More Samples: Analysis of Variance

Chapter 12: Comparing Two or More Samples: Analysis of Variance

 Chapter 13: Understanding Relationships

Chapter 13: Understanding Relationships

 Chapter 14: Predicting New Observations from Known Data

Chapter 14: Predicting New Observations from Known Data

 Chapter 15: Ranking Data

Chapter 15: Ranking Data

 Chapter 16: Everything Happens Somewhere: Spatial Data

Chapter 16: Everything Happens Somewhere: Spatial Data

 Chapter 17: Having Confidence in Data

Chapter 17: Having Confidence in Data

 Chapter 18: Association, Causation, and Effect 

Chapter 18: Association, Causation, and Effect 

 Chapter 19: Collecting Your Own Data

Chapter 19: Collecting Your Own Data

 Chapter 20: Presenting Data

Chapter 20: Presenting Data

 Chapter 21: The Next Steps

Chapter 21: The Next Steps

 Chapter 22: Additional Data

Chapter 22: Additional Data

 A: Solutions

A: Solutions

 B: References

B: References