Business statistics using EXCEL and SPSS

Nick Lee, Mike Peters

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Abstract

'Takes the challenging and makes it understandable. The book contains useful advice on the application of statistics to a variety of contexts and shows how statistics can be used by managers in their work.' - Dr Terri Byers, Assistant Professor, University Of New Brunswick, Canada
A book about introductory quantitative analysis for business students designed to be read by first- and second-year students on a business studies degree course that assumes little or no background in mathematics or statistics.
Based on extensive knowledge and experience in how people learn and in particular how people learn mathematics, the authors show both how and why quantitative analysis is useful in the context of business and management studies, encouraging readers to not only memorise the content but to apply learning to typical problems.
Fully up-to-date with comprehensive coverage of IBM SPSS and Microsoft Excel software, the tailored examples illustrate how the programmes can be used, and include step-by-step figures and tables throughout. A range of ‘real world’ and fictional examples, including "The Ballad of Eddie the Easily Distracted" and "Esha's Story" help bring the study of statistics alive.
A number of in-text boxouts can be found throughout the book aimed at readers at varying levels of study and understanding
•Back to Basics for those struggling to understand, explain concepts in the most basic way possible - often relating to interesting or humorous examples
•Above and Beyond for those racing ahead and who want to be introduced to more interesting or advanced concepts that are a little bit outside of what they may need to know
•Think it over get students to stop, engage and reflect upon the different connections between topics
A range of online resources including a set of data files and templates for the reader following in-text examples, downloadable worksheets and instructor materials, answers to in-text exercises and video content compliment the book.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLondon (UK)
PublisherSAGE
ISBN (Print)978-1-84860-219-9, 978-1-84860-220-5
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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Lee, N., & Peters, M. (2015). Business statistics using EXCEL and SPSS. London (UK): SAGE.
Lee, Nick ; Peters, Mike. / Business statistics using EXCEL and SPSS. London (UK) : SAGE, 2015.
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