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Randomization Bootstrap and Monte Carlo Methods in Biology. Second Edition

Manly, Bryan F.J.
399 pages, indexed. There is an onership signature on both the front end paper and paste down, else the book appears unread. "Modern computer intensive methods are invaluable in the solution of a wide range of problems. The second edition of this popular text illustrates the value of these techniques with particular emphasis on biological applications. Randomization, Bootstrap and Monte Carlo Methods in Biology has been updated with the very latest research, with new chapters on bootstrapping, survival and growth data and Bayesian Markov chain Monte Carlo methods. The examples in the text have been carefully chosen and include the controversial topics of whether there is periodicity in fossil extinction records and whether there is evidence for a relationship between co-occurrences of species on islands. Graduate students and researchers at all levels in biological and medical departments will need to read this book, it will be valued by biologists, biometricians and statisticians working in government departments, research stations and private industry who carry out analyses themselves, or who need to understand others' analyses." (back cover)
Published 2001 Chapman and Hall/CRC Boca Raton Florida
ISBN 0412721309
Keywords Biology Biometry Statistics


Condition Jacket Condition Binding Size
Near Fine N/A Pictorial Boards 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
Good Reading Book Reference: 19465