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 m.bulmer@uq.edu.au. The first person to report each error will receive a Freddo Frog. (If it is a mathematical error then you get a filled Freddo!).

Page | Type | Description |

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. |