By: Ram C Bhujel
222 pages, Figs, tabs
Published in cooperation with the United States Aquaculture Society
A basic understanding of statistics is essential for researchers in any scientific field to ensure appropriate design and analysis of experiments and data.
Aquaculture Biostatistics will present statistical principles and methods geared specifically toward the aquaculture community. Chapters will cover areas such as experimental units, data collection, hypothesis formulation and testing, statistical variance, and analysis of results. Each chapter will provide useful exercises to better apply principles covered, and will use statistical examples from aquaculture research done around the globe.
II: EXPERIMENTAL UNITS IN AQUACULTURE.
III: SAMPLING AND DATA COLLECTION.
IV: DATA ACCURACY AND EXPLORATORY ANALYSIS.
V: CENTRAL LOCATIONS AND VARIABILITY.
VI: BASICS OF HYPOTHESIS FORMULATION AND TESTING.
VII: EXPERIMENTAL DESIGNS AND ANALYSIS.
VIII: TESTING AND EXPLORING RELATIONSHIPS.
CHAPTER IX: ADVANCED TOPICS.
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Ram C. Bhujel is Senior Research Scientist and Affiliated Faculty at Aquaculture and Aquatic Resources Management field of study at the Asian Institute of Technology.
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