Principles and Procedures of Statistics: A Biometrical Approach

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Observations; Probability; Sampling from a normal distribution; Comparisons involving two sample means; Principles of experimental design; Analysis of variance I: the one-way classification; Multiple comparisons; Analysis of variance II: multiway classifications; Linear regression; Linear correlation; Matrix notation; Linear regression in matrix notation; Multiple and partial regression and correlation; Analysis of variance III: factorial experiments; Analysis of variance IV: split-plot designs and analysis; Analysis of covariance; Analysis of variance V: unequal subclass numbers; Curve fitting; Some uses of Chi square; Enumeration Data I: one-way classifications; Enumeration Data II: contingency tables; Some discrete distributions; Nonparametric statistics; Sampling finite populations.

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Introduction
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Observations
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Probability
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