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By: JK Lindsey
321 pages, Figs
Covers the basics of the design and analysis of surveys and experiments, and provides an understanding of the basic principles of modelling and inference. Practical advice is given on how to design a study, collect data, record observations accurately, detect errors, construct appropriate models and interpret results.
I recommend it as a text for a basic course in applied statistics, either as a first statistics course to mathematics students, or as a more advanced course to students in other disciplines. Short Book Reviews (Publication of the International Statistical Institute)
1. Basic concepts; 2. Categorical data; 3. Inference; 4. Probability distributions; 5. Normal regression and ANOVA; 6. Dependent responses; 7. Where to now?; A. Tables; Bibliography; Author index; Subject index
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