Table of contents for The Chicago guide to writing about numbers / Jane E. Miller.

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Acknowledgments	0
List of Tables	0
List of Figures	0
List of Text Boxes	0
Chapter 1. Why Write about Numbers?	0
Part I. Principles
Chapter 2. Seven Basic Principles	00
Chapter 3. Causality, Statistical Significance, and Substantive Significance	000
Chapter 4. Technical but Important: Five More Basic Principles	000
Part II. Tools
Chapter 5. Types of Quantitative Comparison	000
Chapter 6. Creating Effective Tables	000
Chapter 7. Creating Effective Charts	000
Chapter 8. Choosing Effective Examples and Analogies	000
Part III. Pulling It All Together
Chapter 9. Writing about Distributions and Associations	000
Chapter 10. Writing about Data and Methods	000
Chapter 11. Pulling It All Together	000
Chapter 12. Speaking about Numbers	000
Appendix A. Implementing ?Generalize, Example, Exceptions? (GEE)	000
Notes	000
Reference List	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Technical writing