This page gives a list of known issues in the 5.2 edition of A Portable Introduction to Data Analysis.
The errata are classified as being explanatory notes, simple typos or real mathematical errors.
If you find an error in the book then please email firstname.lastname@example.org. The first person to report each error will receive a Freddo Frog. (If it is a mathematical error then you get a filled Freddo!).
|22||Math||Following the instructions on page 20, Table 2.3 should be
||92||Typo||In Table 7.1, the basal oxytocin levels for Katie and Jana should be displayed as 4.40 and 4.50, respectively.|
|112||Typo||"it is important to be able to reason about areas"|
|162||Math||"The second number, 0.46, gives a height of 170.0 cm, and so on."|
|358||Typo||The calculation for the second t statistic should be "(16.0 - 0)/(40.465/√15)", though the given value is correct.|