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Modern Statistics for Life Scientists puts this methodology firmly within the grasp of undergraduates for the first time. The authors assume a basic knowledge of statistics--up to and including one and two sample t-tests and their non-parametric by: This book assumes no statistical knowledge and takes you from scratch right through to a big range of modern robust techniques - but it integrates the latest modern techniques right from the start.
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Employs General Linear Models (GLMs), powerful tools to analyse data using a large array of methods at the same time.Many mathematical statistics texts are heavily oriented toward a rigorous mathematical development of probability and statistics, without much attention paid to how statistics is actually used.
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