Making History Count: A Primer in Quantitative Methods for Historians

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Cambridge University Press, Aug 29, 2002 - Business & Economics - 572 pages
This authoritative guide to the use of quantitative methods is designed to be used as the basic text for graduate courses, and is also suitable for upper-level students. Making History Count is written by two senior economic historians with considerable international teaching experience. The text is clearly illustrated with numerous tables, graphs and diagrams, leading the student through the various key topics. It is supported by five specific historical data-sets, available electronically in downloadable and manipulable form.

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Extremely lucid and accessible introduction to statistical methods for historians. Actually covers quite a lot of moderately advanced techniques too. Read full review

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