Good hardcover. Exlibrary: spine label, stamps on top, fore and bottom edges, stamp inside front cover; barcode label inside rear cover. Neurology and Neurobiology, 19. Based on a symposium held during the 1984 Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting held in Anaheim, California. xii, 268 pages. Index. Bibliographical references. Color and black-and-white plates. Bookseller Inventory #
This First Edition of Statistics moves the curriculum in innovative ways while still looking relatively familiar. Statistics utilizes intuitive methods to introduce the fundamental idea of statistical inference. These intuitive methods are enabled through statistical software and are accessible at very early stages of a course. The text also includes the more traditional methods such as t-tests, chi-square tests, etc., but only after students have developed a strong intuitive understanding of inference through randomization methods.
The text is designed for use in a one-semester introductory statistics course. The focus throughout is on data analysis and the primary goal is to enable students to effectively collect data, analyze data, and interpret conclusions drawn from data. The text is driven by real data and real applications. Although the only prerequisite is a minimal working knowledge of algebra, students completing the course should be able to accurately interpret statistical results and to analyze straightforward data sets.
Title: Quantitative Receptor Autoradiography.
Publisher: New York: Alan R. Liss
Publication Date: 1986
Book Condition: Good
Edition: 1st Edition..
Book Description Liss. Condition: As New. NY: Alan R. Liss, Inc., . 1st Edition. xii+268pp. + inserted 16 page section of color plates. Printed green cloth with green lettering. Fine in DJ. Weight: 1 pound 10.0 ounces = 740 grams. Size: 9.4 x 6.2 x 0.8 inches = 23.5 x 15.5 x 2cm. 0845127217 Inquire if you need further information. Gach. Seller Inventory # K10D-00097
Book Description Liss, 1986. Hardcover. Condition: Used: Good. Seller Inventory # SONG0845127217