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Topic: Minitab for Dummies
Replies: 1   Last Post: Jan 14, 1997 2:22 AM

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Bruce B. Richards

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Minitab for Dummies
Posted: Jan 14, 1997 1:48 AM
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To all,

Right before Christmas I received a class set of the student edition
of Minitab for Windows. Upon returning from the holiday break last
week I quickly loaded the software onto a computer in our PC lab. I
immediately discovered that the manual was very difficult to follow
and that Windows is not Macintosh (my operating system of choice).

I'm quite sure that my students will get me through my problems with
Windows, however, can anyone suggest a good source for novice minitab
users. I.e. a manual or book that explains the various commands and
provides nice examples and explanations for why various commands and
subcommands are used-- a "Minitab for Dummies". I feel as though I
have a very valuable resource to use with my AP class, but have no
idea how to tap into it.

Thank you for your suggestions and time.

Bruce Richards
Katy High School
(in icy Houston, Texas)





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