By: JS Milton
Milton's Statistical Methods in the Biological and Health Sciences offers comprehensive coverage for the applied statistics course for health and bio-related majors. This course focuses primarily on developing basic statistical techniques and relevant applications within a framework that addresses the needs of these specific audiences.
Descriptive methods; introduction to probability and counting; probability and problem solving; discrete random variables; continuous random variables; inferences on the mean; chi-squared distribution and inferences of the variance; inferences on proportions; comparing two means; K-sample procedures - introduction to design; regression and correlation; categorical data; some additional procedures and distribution free alternatives. Appendices: summation notation; statistical tables.
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