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An Introduction to Experimental Design and Statistics for Biology

Textbook

By: D Heath

372 pages, Figs, tabs

University College London Press

Paperback | Dec 1995 | #28592 | ISBN: 1857281322
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Hardback | Dec 1995 | #28593 | ISBN: 1857281314
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About this book

Introductory textbook. `Biology students will feel that the author is on their side' - David Lees.


Contents

Why Biologists Need Experimental Design and Statistics. Habitat Choice in Woodlice: Some Basic Ideas in Experimental Design and Statistics. Variables, Populations and Samples. Describing Samples. Variables and Models. Tests on a Single Sample: Do theData Fit the Model Single Samples: the Reliability of Estimates. Tests on a Single Sample: Association and Correlation Between Two Variables. Test Using Two Independent Samples: Are the Two Populations Different Tests for Paired Samples. Tests UsingThree or More Samples: Are Three or More Populations Different Checklists and a Key to Statistical Tests.

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Biography

Heath; David University of Essex, UK,

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