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Statistical Research Methods in the Life Sciences

ISBN-10: 0534931413
ISBN-13: 9780534931414
Edition: 1998
Authors: P. V. Rao
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Description: Appropriate for all courses in statistical methods for the agricultural, life, health, and environmental sciences, this book offers a practical and modern approach that minimizes computation and emphasizes conceptual understanding. Rao continually  More...

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Book details

List price: $142.95
Copyright year: 1998
Publisher: Brooks/Cole
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 912
Size: 7.75" wide x 9.75" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 3.300
Language: English

Appropriate for all courses in statistical methods for the agricultural, life, health, and environmental sciences, this book offers a practical and modern approach that minimizes computation and emphasizes conceptual understanding. Rao continually emphasizes issues and topics most relevant to modern day research in the life sciences. For example, point and interval estimation take priority over testing of statistical hypothesis and methods and guidelines for determination of sample size are indicated whenever possible. Statistical Research Methods in the Life Sciences also presents a self-contained and complete discussion of each experimental situation considered. In the two-sample setting, for example, in addition to presenting the procedures under the usual analysis of variance assumption, Rao also presents methods for checking the validity of the assumptions.

Statistics: Its Objectives and Scopep. 1
Describing Statistical Populationsp. 12
Statistical Inference: Basic Conceptsp. 64
Inferences about One or Two Populations: Interval Datap. 126
Inferences about One or Two Populations: Ordinal Datap. 169
Inferences about One or Two Populations: Categorical Datap. 203
Designing Research Studiesp. 243
Single-Factor Studies: One-Way ANOVAp. 279
Single Factor Studies: Comparing Means and Determining Sample Sizesp. 326
Simple Linear Regressionp. 378
Multiple Linear Regressionp. 463
The General Linear Modelp. 540
Completely Randomized Factorial Experimentsp. 584
Random- and Mixed-Effects ANOVAp. 643
ANOVA Models with Block Effectsp. 700
Repeated-Measures Studiesp. 742
App. A: Referencesp. 780
App. B: Notes on Theoretical Statisticsp. 785
App. C: Statistical Stablesp. 811
App. D: Answers to Selected Exercisesp. 834
Indexp. 872
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