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Statistics is a constantly changing discipline. Researchers are continually developing new theory to support new methods of analyzing data and making inferences. The continuing development of computer software is also changing statistics. An undergraduate course in statistics that does not include statistical software is only introducing the student to part of the picture in statistics. Some of the concepts and their measurements in statistics are very mathematical. The student needs to understand the connection between the mathematics and statistics and yet not get lost in the computations. I have included in this second edition not only the intuition of statistics and the mathematics of statistics but more of the computer software of statistics than in the first edition.
In this second edition, I have worked many examples and problems by hand so that you can see all the details in a problems solution and then followed this “by hand” solution by a software solution. This allows you to see all the details that you must attend to if you were solving the problem without the aid of software. And, in addition to know the details that you must be acquainted with to get the computer to work the problem for you.