The concepts are explained very clearly and reading the book will greatly enhance your understanding of many commonly
used statistical techniques. To learn this material as well as possible I've worked through the book's exercises and
wrote up solutions as I went along. I provide detailed solutions to all of the statistical questions posed by
Zelterman in the R programming language.
The great thing about this book are the large number of problems (with the provided data) that require a more complete statistical analysis.
This is in contrast to most statistical books that just ask for a quick solution or calculation. These more "open ended" problems are a great
way to get a bit of experience with the type of "real world" problems one will actually encounter in any applied statistical environment.
For each of these problems the researcher will have to decide when they are finished/satisfied with their analysis. This is a trade off decision,
since there is always more analysis that could be done. My solutions are just one of the many paths a person could take.
People unfamiliar with this book can see what others have said about the SAS edition of the book (my solution manual covers the R version)
here.
You can find the computational exercises without much explanations in the links below. I'm selling the text description of my solutions in PDF
format for $30.00 (US dollars) via PayPal. Note: If you buy with PayPal you will be automatically directed to a web page where you can immediately
download the solution manual.