By: Peter J A Shaw
233 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
Introduces the most commonly used techniques for dealing with multivariate data of the types routinely encountered in environmental investigations. It assumes prior knowledge of multivariate analyses and requires no mathematics beyond simple linear equations. Each technique is illustrated by worked examples using simple, familiar data sets, and the key features of the output from standard software packages is explained.
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