By: TR Morris
208 pages, Figs, tabs
Experimental Design and Analysis in Animals Sciences is the first book to provide detailed instructions on the design and analysis of experiments in animals sciences. Not only does it provide descriptions of the statistics of experiment design, this guide-book contains examples and suggestions that help students in their decisions on which tools are appropriate for each circumstance. The subjects covered include interpretation of dose-response experiments, change-over designs, experiments with animals in pens and paddocks, and balanced and unbalanced designs. This book will be indispensable for any graduate or advanced undergraduate student in the animal sciences.
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