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02 April 2007

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Christopher Zorn

Hagle is good (I used it myself for years in the math "prefresher" course I teach), but for those looking for a more comprehensive option, I'd suggest Jeff Gill's recent Essential Mathematics for Political and Social Research:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/052168403X/002-3149706-4972027?v=glance&n=283155

For people interested in doing statistics beyond regression -- including maximum likelihood-based models -- Gill's coverage is better. It's a bit more expensive than a Sage monograph, but still nowhere close to a casebook...

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