Applied Multivariate Statistics in Geohydrology and Related Sciences / Edition 1by Charles Brown
Pub. Date: 01/19/1998
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
This book provides a background in multivariate statistical techniques in geohydrology and environmental statistics. It is organised in broad categories, which cover procedures that deal with interrelations among objects and samples and the interrelations of variables. The headings are further subdivided into techniques that require multivariate normal data and techniques that do not. It can be used as a textbook, a reference book for a graduate seminar, or key reference in libraries at earth science agencies and other institutions.
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From the Contents:
Introduction to General Statistical and Multivariate Concepts. - Variable Directed Procedures Based on Normal Distribution Assumptions. - Variable - Directed Procedures not Based on Normal Distribution Assumptions. - Individual- Directed Procedures Based on Normal Distribution Assumptions. - Individual - Directed Techniques not Based on Normal Distribution Assumptions. - Other Approaches to Explore Multivariate Data. - Multivariate Measures of Space, Time, and Distance. - Multivariate Data Preparation, Plotting, and Conclusions.
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