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Introduccion A La Estadistica Para Economistas Agricolas Usando El Spss

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  • Swinton, Scott M.
  • Labarta, Ricardo A.

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Este documento es un manual de estadística para economistas aplicados que usan el programa estadístico SPSS. Está diseñado para ser usado dentro de un taller de capacitación de una semana, y tiene como propósito familiarizar a profesionales de la investigación con procedimientos estadísticos básicos, necesarios para realizar análisis socioeconómicos a datos que provienen de encuestas. Este documento es una introducción para los usuarios en la creación y manipulación de las bases de datos, en la estadística exploratoria univariada y bivariada, en la prueba de hipótesis y en la regresión lineal y logística. El texto del documento se apoya en 19 cajas de texto que ilustran como cada procedimiento puede ser aplicado a un grupo de datos provenientes de una encuesta de finca.

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  • Swinton, Scott M. & Labarta, Ricardo A., 2003. "Introduccion A La Estadistica Para Economistas Agricolas Usando El Spss," Staff Papers 11702, Michigan State University, Department of Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:midasp:11702
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