The emphasis of this work is on the importance of designing experiments properly, how to use the available resources efficiently, and then how to extract all the relevant information from the data. Throughout the book, the authors concentrate on understanding the reasons for using statistical methods rather than simply providing a set of rules. The methods and the interpretation of results are illustrated by carefully described worked examples. Further data sets are provided as exercises for the reader. This book should be of interest to undergraduate and postgraduate students of experimental biology.
Publisher: Chapman and Hall
Number of pages: 346
Weight: 560 g
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