Biostatistical Analysis

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Prentice Hall, 1996 - Biometry - 662 pages
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Presents a broad collection of data analysis techniques suitable for biological investigations, either as an introductory textbook assuming no prior knowledge of statistics, or as a reference on concepts and procedures of statistical analysis for professional use in the biological disciplines. Each

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User Review  - LannyH - LibraryThing

Zar has always been my go-to reference for statistics. The book covers everything from distributional statistics and description to survival probabilities and above. As computer statistics programs ... Read full review

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Good book. Its dry, but its also a statistics book. If you need to know lots of stats in a hurry, this is a good book for it. Read full review

Contents

POPULATIONS AND SAMPLES
15
Other Quantiles
24
MEASURES OF DISPERSION AND VARIABILITY
31
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Zar-Northern Illinois University

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