Statistics in Geography: A Practical Approach - Revised with 17 Programs, 2nd Edition
January 1991, Wiley-Blackwell
Preface of the First Edition.
Samples and Sampling.
Appendix A: Answers to Exercises.
Appendix B: Probability Tables.
Appendix C: Tables of Critical Values.
Appendix D: Random Numbers.
Appendix E: Data Matrix.
Appendix F: Notes for Programmers.
Reviews of the first edition
‘… the book is one of the most successful among statistical geography texts in achieving its aim of a clear, painless, and well-illustrated introduction to difficult concepts.’ Geographical Analysis
‘Highly recommended for its clarity and exemplification … the author and publishers have certainly made the text clear, easily readable an interesting with many good figures and tables, worked examples and directly related exercises with 18 pages of answers and explanations to the latter.’ Royal Statistical Society
‘The features I particularly like are the number of examples and class exercises, the constant attempts to relate each method back to statistical theory, and the useful diagrams. The author succeeds at showing why statistical tests have sampling distributions, produces some outstanding diagrams to illustrate linear regression, and has a fine set of statistical tables.’ Journal of Geography