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Use of logarithmic regression in the estimation in the estimation of plant biomass



Use of logarithmic regression in the estimation in the estimation of plant biomass



Canadian Journal of Forest Research 2(1): 49-53



Reviews the basic assumptions of regression analysis and the reasons for using a transformation, and discusses the appropriate way of converting estimates from a logarithmic equation back to arithmetic units.

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