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Statistical Analysis with R For Dummies

ISBN: 978-1-119-33706-5
Paperback
456 pages
March 2017
US $29.99 Add to Cart

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9 166 Errata in Text
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26-Apr-17
11 208 Errata in Text
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26-Apr-17
11 210 Errata in Text
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26-Apr-17
6 115 Errata in text
p. 115, the reader is right. Either of these expressions will work: Horsepower.USA.Eight <- Cars93$Horsepower[Cars93$Origin == "USA" & Cars93$Cylinders == 8] Horsepower.USA.Eight <- with (Cars93, Horsepower[Origin == "USA" & Cylinders == 8]) I had used the with function on p. 110 along with the Cars93 data frame, so the second way fits in with the continuity of the book.
15-Feb-2018
8 147 Errata in text
On p. 147, I did forget the minus-sign to the left of the square bracket.
15-Feb-2018
9 166 Errata
Figure 9.2 need corrections. The x-axis on each of them is wrong. The figure should look exactly like the same Figure (9.2) from "Statistical Analysis with Excel For Dummies."
15-Feb-2018
14 288 Errata
On p. 288 near the bottom, we have syx2. It should be s with xy as a subscript and 2 as a superscript. It's written correctly on the left side of the first equation on p. 285.
15-Feb-2018
11 208 Errata
Figure 11.2 need corrections. The x-axis on each of them is wrong. The figures should look exactly like the same Figure (11.2) from "Statistical Analysis with Excel For Dummies."
15-Feb-2018
11 210 Errata
Figure 11.3 need corrections. The x-axis on each of them is wrong. The figures should look exactly like the same Figure (11.3) from "Statistical Analysis with Excel For Dummies."
15-Feb-2018
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