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KRULEY QUANTITATIVE METHODS AND PHILOSOPHY COLLECTION
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Sage Series: Quantitative Applications in the Social Sciences. Beverly Hills, CA: SAGE
Publications.
1.
Analysis of variance by G. R. Iversen & H. Norpoth
3.
Causal modeling by H. B. Asher
4.
Tests of significance by R. E. Henkel
5.
Cohort analysis by N. D. Glenn
6.
Canonical analysis and factor comparison by M. S. Levine
7.
Analysis of nominal data by H. T. Reynolds
8.
Analysis of ordinal data by D. K. Hildebrand, J. D. Laing, & H. Rosenthal
10. Ecological inference by L. I. Langbein & A. J. Lichtman
11. Multidimensional scaling by J. B. Kruskal & M. Wish
12. Analysis of covariance by A. R. Wildt & O. T. Ahtola
18. Analyzing panel data by G. B. Markus
19. Discriminant analysis by W. R. Klecka
20. Log-linear models by D. Knoke & P. J. Burke
21. Interrupted time series analysis by D. McDowall, R. McCleary, E. E. Meidinger, & R. A.
Hay, Jr.
22. Applied regression: An introduction by M. S. Lewis-Beck
23. Research designs by P. E. Spector
24. Unidimensional scaling by J. P. McIver & E. G. Carmines
26. Multiattribute evaluation by W. Edwards & J. R. Newman
27. Dynamic modeling: An introduction by R. R. Huckfeldt, C. W. Kohfeld, & T. W. Likens
28. Network analysis by D. Knoke & J. H. Kuklinski
47. Canonical correlation analysis: Uses and interpretation by B. Thompson
65. Three-way scaling and clustering by P. Arabie, J. D. Carroll, & W. S. DeSarbo
66. Q methodology by B. McKeown & D. Thomas
SOFTWARE MANUALS
LISREL 8: User’s Reference Guide
LISREL 8: Structural Equation Modeling with the SIMPLIS Command Language
PRELIS: A program for multivariate data screening and data summarization. A preprocessor
for LISREL
PRELIS 2: User’s Reference Guide
MINITAB Reference Manual: Release 10 for Windows
SYSTAT:
SYSTAT:
SYSTAT:
SYSTAT:
Getting Started
Data
Graphics
Statistics
Microsoft: Getting Results with Microsoft Office for Windows 95
MEL Professional: User’s Guide
MEL Professional: Language Reference Guide
SPSS Interactive Graphics 8.0
SPSS Base 8.0: Applications Guide
SPSS Base 8.0: User’s Guide
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