# Introduction to the Practice of Statistics 8th edition

David S. Moore, George P. McCabe, and Bruce Craig
Publisher: W. H. Freeman

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• Chapter 1: Looking at Data—Distributions
• 1.1: Data
• 1.2: Displaying Distributions with Graphs (1)
• 1.3: Describing Distributions with Numbers (7)
• 1.4: Density Curves and Normal Distributions (8)
• 1: Exercises (36)

• Chapter 2: Looking at Data—Relationships
• 2.1: Relationships
• 2.2: Scatterplots (5)
• 2.3: Correlation (1)
• 2.4: Least-Squares Regression (8)
• 2.5: Cautions about Correlation and Regression (2)
• 2.6: Data Analysis for Two-Way Tables (1)
• 2.7: The Question of Causation (2)
• 2: Exercises (28)

• Chapter 3: Producing Data
• 3.1: Sources of Data
• 3.2: Design of Experiments
• 3.3: Sampling Design (2)
• 3.4: Toward Statistical Inference (2)
• 3.5: Ethics
• 3: Exercises (21)

• Chapter 4: Probability: The Study of Randomness
• 4.1: Randomness
• 4.2: Probability Models (9)
• 4.3: Random Variables
• 4.4: Means and Variances of Random Variables (10)
• 4.5: General Probability Rules (10)
• 4: Exercises (12)

• Chapter 5: Sampling Distributions
• 5.1: The Sampling Distribution of a Sample Mean (9)
• 5.2: Sampling Distributions for Counts and Proportions (5)
• 5: Exercises (28)

• Chapter 6: Introduction to Inference
• 6.1: Estimating with Confidence (2)
• 6.2: Tests of Significance (4)
• 6.3: Use and Abuse of Tests (2)
• 6.4: Power and Inference as a Decision
• 6: Exercises (28)

• Chapter 7: Inference for Distributions
• 7.1: Inference for the Mean of a Population (6)
• 7.2: Comparing Two Means (7)
• 7.3: Other Topics in Comparing Distributions (1)
• 7: Exercises (37)

• Chapter 8: Inference for Proportions
• 8.1: Inference for a Single Proportion (3)
• 8.2: Comparing Two Proportions (2)
• 8: Exercises (29)

• Chapter 9: Analysis of Two-Way Tables
• 9.1: Inference for Two-Way Tables
• 9.2: Goodness of Fit
• 9: Exercises (30)

• Chapter 10: Inference for Regression
• 10.1: Simple Linear Regression
• 10.2: More Detail about Simple Linear Regression
• 10: Exercises (29)

• Chapter 11: Multiple Regression
• 11.1: Inference for Multiple Regression
• 11.2: A Case Study
• 11: Exercises (27)

• Chapter 12: One-Way Analysis of Variance
• 12.1: Inference for One-Way Analysis of Variance
• 12.2: Comparing the Means (1)
• 12: Exercises (39)

• Chapter 13: Two-Way Analysis of Variance
• 13.1: The Two-Way ANOVA Model
• 13.2: Inference for Two-Way ANOVA
• 13: Exercises (25)

• Chapter 14: Logistic Regression
• 14.1: The Logistic Regression Model
• 14.2: Inference for Logistic Regression
• 14: Exercises

• Chapter 15: Nonparametric Tests
• 15.1: The Wilcoxon Rank Sum Test
• 15.2: The Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test
• 15.3: The Kruskal-Wallis Test
• 15: Exercises

• Chapter 16: Bootstrap Methods and Permutation Tests
• 16.1: The Bootstrap Idea
• 16.2: First Steps in Using the Bootstrap
• 16.3: How Accurate Is a Bootstrap Distribution?
• 16.4: Bootstrap Confidence Intervals
• 16.5: Significance Testing Using Permutation Tests
• 16: Exercises

• Chapter 17: Statistics for Quality: Control and Capability
• 17.1: Processes and Statistical Process Control (20)
• 17.2: Using Control Charts
• 17.3: Process Capability Indexes
• 17.4: Control Charts for Sample Proportions
• 17: Exercises

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Chapter 2: Looking at Data—Relationships
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Chapter 3: Producing Data
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Chapter 4: Probability: The Study of Randomness
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Chapter 5: Sampling Distributions
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Chapter 6: Introduction to Inference
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Chapter 8: Inference for Proportions
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Chapter 12: One-Way Analysis of Variance
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Chapter 15: Nonparametric Tests
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Chapter 16: Bootstrap Methods and Permutation Tests
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Chapter 17: Statistics for Quality: Control and Capability
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