208 pages, Figs, tabs
Mathematically gentle introduction to experimental design emphasizing the principles and limitations of the standard statistical procedures.
The material is well written with clear notation and ample examples and exercises...A nice little book that can be highly recommeded for a non-mathematical introductory course in statistics for experimental scientists. -- Teaching Statistics, reviewing a previous edition ...it should appeal to those wishing to learn statistical methods in an 'applied' way. It is easy to follow, gives an excellent grounding in statistical methods for the less mathematically inclined, and can be recommeded to biologists and to science students generally. -- Bias A book of this kind, addressed to a specialist audience will...be judged mainly on the examples chosen to illustrate the procedures described and on the exercises set for the reader. Here the author has been very successful; he has drawn on a wide range of biological experiments. Particularly pleasing are those exercises which really make the reader think. -- Journal of Applied Bacteriology
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