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Advice & Summaries Inferential statistics - UL

 

Inferential Statistics

 

Advice 2019-2020

During this course, you will continue working with the books of Howell and Pallant. From Howell you'll need to read chapters 4-8 and 18 and from Pallant only chapters 16 and 17 are mandatory.

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