Statistics in Human Genetics
Rigorous statistical analysis methods for human genetics application
Statistics in Human Genetics explores the statistical analysis methods that are critical to good science. Beginning with a brief review of genes, gene structure, variation, and terminology, the book moves into analysis of segregation, genetic linkage, allelic associations, and continuity for a wide range of conditions. From the classic Hardy-Weinberg equation to advanced modeling, algorithms and more, this book provides authoritative guidance toward methods, analysis, and applications for anyone performing quantitative analysis of human genetics.