Biostatistical Analysis

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Prentice Hall, 1999 - Science - 663 pages
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Designed for one/two-semester, junior/graduate-level courses in Biostatistics, Biometry, Quantitative Biology, or Statistics, the latest edition of this best-selling biostatistics text is both comprehensive and easy to read. It provides a broad and practical overview of the statistical analysis methods used by researchers to collect, summarize, analyze, and draw conclusions from biological research data. The Fourth Edition can serve as either an introduction to the discipline for beginning students or a comprehensive procedural reference for today's practitioners.

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Contents

POPULATIONS AND SAMPLES
16
Other Quantiles
26
MEASURES OF DISPERSION AND VARIABILITY
32
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Zar-Northern Illinois University

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