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Introductory statistics for biology students

, : Introductory statistics for biology students. Introductory statistics for biology students: xiii + 185 pp.

This book is intended for undergraduates; it tackles fundamental ideas in statistics and experimental design using the minimum of mathematics. The approach adopted draws heavily upon MINITAB statistical software.

Accession: 002416509

DOI: 10.2307/2533481

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