Practical Statistics for Experimental Biologists, SecondEdition provides biologists with a user-friendly, non-technicalintroduction to the basics of statistics. The book has beenthoroughly revised and updated to incorporate:
- Worked examples and printouts from MINITAB
- Relevant case studies and applications
- Further Notes section for background explanations
Written by a biologist with extensive experience of applyingstatistical procedures to experimental systems, this book will beinvaluable to undergraduates, postgraduates and researchers inmicrobiology, immunology, biochemistry, botany, zoology,physiology, pharmacology and pharmacy.
Review of the First Edition
"...strongly recommended as the current first choice both forstudents and established research workers."—Society for General Microbiology Quarterly
"...the book is refreshingly free from jargon, is wellillustrated and is to be recommended."—Trends in Biochemical Sciences
"It is written in an easy style, and can be thoroughlyrecommended..."—Trends in Pharmacological Sciences
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Table of ContentsA Simple Experiment in Pipetting.How to Condense the Bulkiness of Data.Are Those Differences Significant?More About Measurement Differences.Awkward-Measurement Data.How to Deal with Count Data.How to Deal with Proportion Data.Correlation and Regression.Dose-Response Lines and Assays.References.Additional Reading.Appendices.Index.