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A Primer Of Ecological Statistics

A Primer Of Ecological Statistics

ISBN 9781605350646
Edition 2
Publication Date
Publisher Oxford University Press
Author(s)
Overview
"Things that set this volume apart from the ordinary include short discussions of more advanced methods at the end of most chapters, a full chapter on data management, two chapters on study design, and wonderful footnotes with historical notes and short biographies."--Philip Dixon, The Quarterly Review of Biology "Many ecology-related degrees require only a single statistics course, leaving a wide gap between students' knowledge and what they need to know. Gotelli and Ellison's book--written by ecologists with extensive experience teaching graduate and undergraduate statistics courses--helps fill this gap. I have found this book, aided by the very easy writing style of the authors, is equally well received by graduate and undergraduate students as a textbook in courses on ecological analyses, particularly when used as a bridge to more advanced books on specific topics. The book uses ecological data throughout, much of it collected by the authors, and all data are available on the book's web site, making it easy to use those data in labs."--Michael Gillingham, The American Statistician
Overview
"Things that set this volume apart from the ordinary include short discussions of more advanced methods at the end of most chapters, a full chapter on data management, two chapters on study design, and wonderful footnotes with historical notes and short biographies."--Philip Dixon, The Quarterly Review of Biology "Many ecology-related degrees require only a single statistics course, leaving a wide gap between students' knowledge and what they need to know. Gotelli and Ellison's book--written by ecologists with extensive experience teaching graduate and undergraduate statistics courses--helps fill this gap. I have found this book, aided by the very easy writing style of the authors, is equally well received by graduate and undergraduate students as a textbook in courses on ecological analyses, particularly when used as a bridge to more advanced books on specific topics. The book uses ecological data throughout, much of it collected by the authors, and all data are available on the book's web site, making it easy to use those data in labs."--Michael Gillingham, The American Statistician

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