Applied Statistics in Occupational Safety and Health
Christopher A. Janicak | 2007-05-03 00:00:00 | Government Institutes | 198 | Reference
Applied Statistics in Occupational Safety and Health, second edition, provides occupational safety and health professionals with an introductory guide to basic statistics and data analysis. This book is written in an easy-to-understand format with step-by-step procedures to analyze data using a variety of statistical techniques. In this second edition new and updated examples are provided as well as additional statistical tests. Topics in this book include statistical procedures for analyzing means, descriptive statistical methods, correlations, regression, and non-parametric statistical tests. At the end of each chapter, the author has provided sample problems and solutions.
We use the latest edition of this book in our safety course to provide students an overview of statistics. The errors contained in the previous edition have been corrected and new examples have been added. The book covers various statistical examples in a step by step format.
This book would be fantastic except there are way too many errors - especially for a book about statistics and statistical error.
This book should cost 1/10 the price because you have to go through and find and correct all the errors - especially frustrating when using this text in a class.
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