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An Introduction to Biostatistics,9781577665809
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An Introduction to Biostatistics

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Edition:
2nd
ISBN13:

9781577665809

ISBN10:
1577665805
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
9/30/2008
Publisher(s):
Waveland Pr Inc

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Summary

"Statistical analysis is increasingly being recognized as a fundamental quantitative skill for all biology students to master. This accessible text provides the necessary foundation for them to do just that. Glover and Mitchell emphasize the application of statistics using examples from many areas of the life sciences, but without sacrificing theoretical rigor. Along with standard parametric analyses, many examples of nonparametric analysis are incorporated to better simulate the situations that undergraduates encounter in their own research projects and to accommodate those readers with more modest backgrounds in mathematics. A large number of end-of-chapter problems provide ample opportunities to apply the concepts presented in the text."--BOOK JACKET.

Table of Contents

Introduction to Data Analysisp. 1
Introduction to Probabilityp. 33
Probability Distributionsp. 65
Sampling Distributionsp. 101
Introduction to Hypothesis Testingp. 127
One-Sample Tests of Hypothesisp. 143
Tests of Hypothesis Involving Two Samplesp. 173
k-Sample Tests of Hypothesis: The Analysis of Variancep. 211
Two-Factor Analysisp. 245
Linear Regression and Correlationp. 279
Goodness of Fit Tests for Categorical Datap. 319
Proofs of Selected Resultsp. 363
Answers to Even-Numbered Problemsp. 379
Tables of Distributions and Critical Valuesp. 429
Referencesp. 477
Indexp. 479
Guide to Hypothesis Testingp. 485
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