How to Measure Anything Study Guide

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How to Measure Anything

Reference & Study Guide

The How to Measure Anything study guide is a quick reference for the How to Measure Anything book written by Douglas Hubbard. The How to Measure Anything study guide includes a flow chart for the Applied Information Economics method, procedure for computing the value of a variety of information, chapter outlines, key terms, definitions, concepts, and more! With this study guide you will be sure to find your solution easily!

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The How To Measure Anything Reference & Study Guide includes:

  • A flow chart for the Applied Information Economics method
  • Formulas for Monte Carlo simulations and statistical methods
  • The “Mathless” table for small samples
  • The procedure and chart for computing the value of information from ranges
  • The chart and procedure for estimating population proportions based on small samples
  • A chapter-by-chapter outline
  • Key terms, definitions, and concepts

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