Regression. What kind of data are suitable for regression? How is the best fit line chosen? The geometrical view of regression. Request PDF on ResearchGate | On Jan 1, , Scott Sisson and others published Modern Statistics for the Life Sciences by A. Grafen; R. Hails. Grafen, A. and Hails, R. Modern Statistics for the Life Sciences, p. Groves Lange, K. Mathematical and Statistical Methods for Genetic Analysis, p.
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Statistics for the life sciences / Myra L. Samuels, Jeffery A. Witmer 3rd ed. DOWNLOAD PDF Intermediate Statistics: A Modern Approach, 3rd edition. Model formulae represent a powerful methodology for describing, discussing, understanding, and performing the component of statistical tests known as linear . Additional article information. A Grafen, R Hails Modern statistics for the life sciences. Oxford: Oxford University Press. £ (softback). xvi + pp.
Now being taught Spring Textbooks Because of the variety of methods covered, there is no appropriate single textbook, and so one is not required. Students are encouraged to select and download at least one of the following reference books, when it becomes clear what sort of research they are likely to be doing. Derek A. Cambridge UP.
Good modern text, covering tools such as maximum likelihood analysis and Bayesian methods as well as traditional hypothesis testing. Code in S-Plus.
Alan Grafen and Rosie Hails. Modern Statistics for the Life Sciences. Another 'modern' approach. Downloadable examples from a variety of packages.
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Princeton University Press. ISBN Ecologicaly focused, but gets you up to speed with R. Kenneth P. Burnham and David R.
The bible for information-based methods e. Legendre and Legendre: Numerical methods in Ecology. Mostly advanced stuff like ordination.
No code: it's a cookbook for doing things yourself. Princeton UP. Partly practical, partly philosophical, it's a nice comaprion to 'cookbook' texts. Chapman and Hall.
Grafen, A., Hails, R. Modern statistics for the life sciences
Specific to certain techniques, but surprisingly easy to read. Robert Sokal and James Rohlf: Biometry.
Contains 'calculation formulas' and other leftovers form the pre-computer age. Emanuel Paradis: Analysis of phylogenetics and evolution with R.
A narrow focus, but more R examples. Clearly writen, but not much in the way of code. You previously downloadd this article through ReadCube.
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