| 1. Approaching Data Analysis.
2. Indication and Indicators.
3. Displays and Summaries for Batches.
4. Straightening Curves and Plots.
5. The Practice of Re-expression.
6. Need We Reexpress?
7. Hunting Out the Real Uncertainty.
8. A Method of Direct Assessment.
9. Two-and More-way Tables.
10. Robust and Resistant Measures of Location and Scale.
11. Standardizing for Comparison.
12. Regression for Fitting.
13. Woes of Regression Coefficients.
14. Mechanisms Usually Operating in Linear Fitting.
15. Guided Regression.
16. Examining Regression Residuals.