"This is a very basic overview of statistical terms and tests with which any persons conducting a survey should be familiar if a survey is to be appropriately designed and analyzed. The presentation is straightforward and uses numerous appropriate examples and exercises to illustrate ideas. These materials could be used with a wide range of audiences. I would be inclined to include this in my graduate methods class because many students take the methods course before thy have completed the series of statistics courses. For those students who have completed a statistic course, this book can serve as a very nice primer for guiding their decisions in survey design and analysis."
--Rhonda J. V. Montgomery, Department of Gerontology, University of Kansas
Clear and concise, How to Analyze Survey Data shows you how to do just that: analyze survey data. Beginning with a basic overview, this volume shows what statistics can do for surveys, describes measurement scales in detail, and demonstrates how to choose a method to analyze your results. It includes checklists and guidelines, and practice exercises to check your progress. The volume also discusses regression, hypothesis testing, and offers a cogent discussion on screening and transforming data.