Applied Biostatistical Analysis Using R
by Stephen B. Cox
Publisher: OTexts 2013
Number of pages: 358
Statistics allows us to describe (and quantify) variability in biological data, and it facilitates the biologist's ability to make reasonable decisions and predictions. This text is designed for upper-level undergraduate or graduate students intending to pursue a career in the biological or biomedical sciences.
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