Choosing and Using Statistics: A Biologist's Guide, 2nd Edition
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"It would be an interesting experiment (with appropriate statistical tests of course), to see how often a lab copy was used by researchers and academic staff. I suspect it would be rather frequently and with good reason!" Biologist Vol 46 No 4
"In summary, an excellent text with a refreshing viewpoint." TecNews, May 1999
"A valuable handbook for all biologists completing statistical analysis." Sherkin Comment, October 2000
"The first edition of this excellent handbook was extremely well received by both students and lecturers alike. It has helped to simplify the often complex and difficult task of choosing and using the right statistics package. This is a book for any student or professional biologist who wants to process data using a statistical package on the computer, to select appropriate methods and extract the important information from the often confusing output that is produced...The new edition has been updated to cover the very latest versions of the computer packages described, expanded to include coverage for logistic regression, a more detailed considration of multivariate analysis, data exploration and further examples of Principle Component Analysis and Discriminate Function Analysis are given." Ethology, Ecology and Evolution, Volume 15, No 3, September 2003