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Statistics for criminology and criminal justice / Jacinta M. Gau

By: Gau, Jacinta M.
Publisher: Los Angeles : SAGE, 2016Description: xv, 410 p. : figuras.ISBN: 9781483378459.Subject(s): INVESTIGACION CRIMINAL | METODOS ESTADISTICOSDDC classification: 519.5
Contents:
1. Introduction to the use of statistics in criminal justice and criminology. 2. Types of variables and levels of measurement. 3. Organizing, displaying, and presenting data. 4. Measures of central tendency. 5. Measures of dispersion. 6. Probability. 7. Population, sample, and sampling distributions. 8. Point estimates and confidence intervals. 9. Hypothesis testing: a conceptual introduction. 10. Hypothesis testing with two categorical variables: chi-square. 11. Hypothesis testing with two population means or proportions. 12. Hypothesis testing with three or more population means: analysis of variance. 13. Hypothesis Testing with two continuous variables: correlation. 14. Review problems.
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1. Introduction to the use of statistics in criminal justice and criminology. 2. Types of variables and levels of measurement. 3. Organizing, displaying, and presenting data. 4. Measures of central tendency. 5. Measures of dispersion. 6. Probability. 7. Population, sample, and sampling distributions. 8. Point estimates and confidence intervals. 9. Hypothesis testing: a conceptual introduction. 10. Hypothesis testing with two categorical variables: chi-square. 11. Hypothesis testing with two population means or proportions. 12. Hypothesis testing with three or more population means: analysis of variance. 13. Hypothesis Testing with two continuous variables: correlation. 14. Review problems.

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