ABELSON STATISTICS AS PRINCIPLED ARGUMENT PDF

Abelson delves into the problems of interpreting quantitative data and then presenting them in the context of a coherent story about one’s research. Get this from a library! Statistics As Principled Argument.. [Robert P Abelson] — In this illuminating volume, Robert P. Abelson delves into the too-often dismissed. Read the full-text online edition of Statistics as Principled Argument ().

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Review quote “Everyone doing research or planning to do research should read this book. There are only two areas where Ableson’s analysis may leave some readers slightly disconcerted: In no way did an environmental biologist studying algal proteins expect to revolutionize the field of neuroscience by discovering optical tools for neuroscientists, as an example. Abelson’s Statistics as Principled Argument is a must read for advanced undergraduates or graduate students learning statistics.

Statistics As Principled Argument

It is therefore assumed that the reader has already had some access to elementary statistics. Roeland rated pincipled really liked it Sep 24, In many ways, I think this deserves five stars: Understanding The New Statistics: Very rich book, definitely worth the effort to absorb all the ideas, examples and wise suggestio Excellent book, on how statistics can and should be used to make a convincing argument.

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Particular statistical methods are discussed, with minimum use of formulas and heavy data sets.

Few works emphasize argumentation on top of calculation. Two major drawbacks hold it back from that ranking. Published February 3rd by Psychology Press first published February 1st Sep 20, Annie rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Thanks for telling us about the problem.

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John Opfer rated it it was amazing Jan 27, Upon completion of the book, it is hard not to like, because it is authoritative and comprehensive enough, and at the same time, approachable, entertaining and even light-hearted.

As the ecosystem of scientific findings expands exponentially, increasingly, this complexity will likely defy the author’s intuitions about what makes a finding “MAGICal”. The Best Books of Helen ptincipled it it was amazing Mar 04, Be the first to ask a question about Statistics As Principled Argument.

Ableson is entertaining enough, and his guidelines Magnitude, Articulation, Generalisation, Interest, and Credibility of argumentplus his 8 laws are excellent esp. Matt Prante rated it it was amazing Dec 07, Prabesh rated it really liked it Feb 18, Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x In this illuminating volume, Robert P. Statistics as principled argument Robert P. Unlike too many books on statistics, this is a remarkably engaging read, filled with fascinating real-life and real-research examples rather than with recipes for analysis.

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It is therefore assumed that the reader has already had some access to elementary statistics.

The last failing of the text, if it can be called that, prinicpled that it is very sparse on both graphs and mathematical and theoretical formalism. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Unlike too many books on statistics, this is a remarkably engaging read, filled with fascinating real-life and real-research examples rather than with recipes for analysis.

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My library Help Advanced Book Search. Dispatched from the UK in 3 business days When will my order arrive? MAGIC magnitude, articulation, prinxipled, interestingness, and credibility is Abelson’s way of systematizing our folk-intuitions about the importance or worthwhileness of a particular claim.

If you’re not interested in psychology, many of the examples will be unappealing, even though Abelson does explain the necessary background and choose things that are relatively lively.