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Statistical Techniques in Business and Economics, 17e by Lind, Marchal, and Wathen
A step-by-step, delivery of concepts, written in a hallmark, conversational style that uses business examples relevant to today’s college student.Learn More
Applied Statistics in Business and Economics, 6e by Doane and Seward
Uses real-world cases and current exercises to apply critical thinking and teach students the “why." Includes a seamless integration of Excel.Learn More
Business Statistics and Analytics in Practice, 9e Bowerman, et al.
A clear presentation of both business statistics and emerging business analytics topics, with a continuous case woven throughout.Learn More
Basic Statistics for Business and Economics, 9e by Lind, Marchal, and Wathen
Appeals to a shorter course and uses a step-by-step approach to ease students into statistics concepts while improving motivation and building mastery.Learn More
Essentials of Business Statistics, 2e by Jaggia and Kelly
A briefer text that bridges the gap between teaching statistics and understanding how practitioners think about and apply statistical methods.Learn More
Essential Statistics in Business and Economics, 3e by Doane and Seward
Briefer coverage with real world cases and strong excel integration. Students learn “why” they are doing statistical calculations as well as how.Learn More
Connect Master for Business Statistics by McGuckian
A digital and video-based format that lets students interactively learn by doing at their own pace, followed by adaptive practice and mastery.Learn More
Connect® for Business Statistics
Covering the basic concepts in Math, Statistics, and Excel, Connect’s Prep Courses create a level playing field, refreshing or filling in the gaps in students' knowledge about important pre-requisite skills needed for the business statistics course. Comprised of animated tutorial modules with quiz questions instructors can assign these as homework or include for optional practice.
Interactive Data Problems
Interactive Data Problems allow students to visualize and interact with data in different ways. Students use the interactive tools to manipulate data and answer a variety of accompanying problems that test multiple levels of understanding.
These narrated, animated, step-by-step walkthroughs of algorithmic versions of assigned exercises provide immediate feedback and focus on the areas where students need the most guidance.