“Combined, these texts provide both simplistic explanations of analyses, and also in-depth exploration of them with examples. Thus, it proves to be a useful resource to beginning statistics students all the way through the dissertation level, and even for faculty conducting research.”
“This book presents statistical complexity in a friendly and uncomplicated way with friendly text and plenty of helpful diagrams and tables.”
“Well-written, comprehensive statistics book. A very valuable resource for advanced undergraduate and graduate students.”
“Warner's textbook is ideal for graduate or advanced undergraduate students providing extensive, yet highly accessible, coverage of important issues in fundamental research design and statistical analysis and newer recommendations in how to conduct statistical analysis and report results ethically. She writes extremely well and my students find her book very readable and useful.”
“Rebecca Warner has made a great book even better with the addition of new chapters covering advanced topics (data screening) and procedures (Structural Equation Modeling). Using the same clear, organized format of earlier editions, Warner provides the reader with the newest and most pertinent topics in the field, along, of course, with the tried and true forms of analysis. The new edition is truly comprehensive, and will well serve the vast majority of undergraduate and graduate students who require a solid introduction to statistical thinking and analysis.”
“The book is well-written and focuses on practical applications of the concepts rather than typical ‘textbook’ applications. The focus on meaning rather than the mechanics of computation is also a strength.”
E-library is too hard to assess book. Not a good sign for eLearning. Likely too challenging for my undergrads.