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Teaching statistics in US: An alien's-eye view


Authors: 
Anderson, O. D.
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Category: 
Pages: 
12-Jan
Year: 
1988
URL: 
RISE
Abstract: 

This article discusses the author's initial experience of teaching statistics in an American university, and the sort of way he thinks the subject should be taught. (Specifically, we look at the assumption of normality, and indicate how conventional treatment in the area of hypothesis testing might be modified.) My comments primarily apply to elementary service courses, and particularly to those provided for business students.

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