Introductory Biological Statistics
Edition: 2nd 2006
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Description: "A thorough grounding in statistics is necessary for a career in any experimental science, but many students find themselves intimidated by the subject. Hampton and Havel have written this text with these students in mind. While providing the theory and assumptions necessary for a deep understanding of statistics, they make it approachable and keep it relevant to the interests of biology students. Their examples and exercises show how to choose the appropriate statistical method for a particular hypothesis and how to execute that method using problems encountered by real-world biologists. The second edition has been ambitiously updated and reorganized, facilitating clearer connections between topics and improving clarity of those that are logically distinct."--BOOK JACKET.
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List price: $34.95
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Waveland Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 8/1/2005
Size: 8.25" wide x 10.75" long x 0.50" tall
|Some basic concepts|
|Data measurement and management of numbers|
|Frequency distributions and graphic presentation of data|
|Descriptive statistics : measures of central tendency and dispersion|
|Probability and discrete probability distributions|
|The normal distribution|
|Statistical inference I : estimation and sampling distributions|
|Statistical inference II : hypothesis testing and the one-sample t-test|
|Inferences concerning two populations and paired comparisons|
|Inferences concerning multiple populations : ANOVA|
|Other ANOVA designs|
|Modeling one measurement variable against another : regression analysis|
|Association between two measurement variables : correlation|
|Analysis of frequencies|
|Choice of tests and a view of some other procedures|