Each chapter of this book covers specific topics in statistical
analysis, such as robust alternatives to t-tests or how to develop
a questionnaire. They also address particular questions on these
topics, which are commonly asked by human-computer interaction
(HCI) researchers when planning or completing the analysis of their
data. The book presents the current best practice in statistics,
drawing on the state-of-the-art literature that is rarely presented
in HCI. This is achieved by providing strong arguments that support
good statistical analysis without relying on mathematical
explanations. It additionally offers some philosophical
underpinnings for statistics, so that readers can see how
statistics fit with experimental design and the fundamental goal of
discovering new HCI knowledge.
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