Basic guide to the statistical analysis of biological data in animal nutrition & biological sciences. For Students & Teachers involved in data interpretation.
Basic guide to the statistical analysis of biological data. Written by an animal nutritionist with experience in research and commerce, the guide is designed to be understandable, practical and useful to the non-mathematician.
Aimed primarily at students, the guide will also be helpful to teachers of biological sciences, advisers and those involved in the interpretation of biological data.
Dr Lucy Tucker graduated in Biological sciences from the University of Lancaster in 1991. Following a year as a lab technician, she went on to complete a PhD in animal nutrition at Harper Adams Univeristy College. It was here that she taught statistics and realised the need for this book. Since then she has held technical management posts in the animal feed and biotechnology industries and is currently employed developing and marketing feed supplements for agricultural and domestic animals.
SECTION ONE: Data
SECTION TWO: Mean, Median & Mode
SECTION THREE: Data Variability
SECTION FOUR: Populations
SECTION FIVE: Skewed Populations & Sampling Methods
SECTION SIX: Standard Error of Means
SECTION SEVEN: Significant Differences
SECTION EIGHT: Comparing Several Means
SECTION NINE: Correlations and Regressions
SECTION TEN: Multiple Regression
SECTION ELEVEN: Improving Statistical Skills
This book weighs: 128g
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