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Bob Hayden

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Minitab for Dummies (fwd)
Posted: Jan 14, 1997 9:40 AM
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----- Forwarded message from Bruce B. Richards -----


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.

----- End of forwarded message from Bruce B. Richards -----

Generally the Minitab documentation is pretty clear as statistical
software documentation goes, though I am not familiar with the manual
for the Windows Student Edition. You might try _The Minitab
Handbook_. It consists of a whole lot of worked examples. The
version I have assumes you are typing commands in rather than using the
menus. I think you can still do that on the Windows and Mac versions.
Minitab, Inc., would either have it or know where to get it.

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