Chapman and Hall/CRC
This book present graphical methods for analysing data. Some methods are new and some are old, some require a computer and others only paper and pencil; but they are all powerful data analysis tools. In many situations, a set of data � even a large set- can be adequately analysed through graphical methods alone. In most other situations, a few well-chosen graphical displays can significantly enhance numerical statistical analyses.
1. Portraying the Distribution of a Set of Data 2. Comparing Data Distributions 3. Studying Two-Dimensional Data 4. Plotting Multivariate Data 5. Assessing Distributional Assumptions About Data 6. Developing and Accessing Regression Models 7. General Principles and Techniques