This book combines useful explanations of statistical methods in the biological sciences with statistical graphs and tables frequently employed by researchers. It requires no previous knowledge of statistics and can be used as a reference tool for those looking for information on population sampling, frequency analysis, probabilities, and more.
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The latest edition of this best-selling biostatistics book 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.
Frankly, I am aghast that the publisher calls this book accessible and appropriate for beginners. I purchased it as the required text for an introductory biometry class, and it... Read morePublished on June 2 2004
You will not go wrong with this book. It is the best general
biostatistical book in print. You will need to study it for it is not a cook book, but it is well written. Read more