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Published by Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd. (2012)
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From: Vikram Jain Books (New Delhi, India)
About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2012. Softcover. Condition: New. The book Statistical Definitions, Formulas and Tables provides a collection of statistical definitions, formulas and tables which will be useful to students of statistics, mathematics, economics, physics, engineering and other sciences, and researchers in these fields. Care has been taken to include only those formulas and tables which are most likely to be needed in practice, rather than highly specialised results which are rarely used. Topics covered in the book range from elementary to advanced statistics. Elementary topics include those from Collection, Classification and Tabulation of Data; Measure of Central Tendency; Measures of Dispersion; Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis; and Curve Fitting and Method of Least Squares. Advanced topics include those from Correlation Analysis; Regression Analysis; Multiple and Partial Correlation-Regression; Probability; Sampling; Theory of Estimation; Theory of Test of Significance; and Analysis of Variance. This wide coverage of topics provides within a single volume, most of the important statistical results needed by students and researchers, regardless of their particular field of interest or level of attainment. The book has been divided into two parts. First part contains statistical definitions and formulas and the second part covers statistical tables. An important feature of this book is that the figures in the tables have been approximated, which is basic to the application of statistical models in the real world. The book will be very useful for the students of Science, Economics, Commerce, Engineering, Psychology, Business Management and Finance. To those preparing for various competitive examinations it will be of great help for quick revision of definitions, formulas and statistics. Contents : Preface ÛÓDEFINITIONS & FORMULAS ÛÓCollection, Classification and Tabulation of Data; Measures of Central Tendency; Measures of Dispersion; Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis; Curve Fitting and Method of Least Squares; Correlation Analysis; Regression Analysis; Multiple and Partial Correlation-Regression; Interpolation and Extrapolation; Probability; Sampling Theory; Theory of Estimation; Theory of Test of Significance; Chi-Square Test; Tests of Significance Based on t, F and z Distributions; Time Series Analysis; Analysis of Variance (ANOVA); Index Numbers; Association of Attributes ÛÓTABLES ÛÓCumulative Binomial Probabilities; Binomial Distribution Function; Binomial Coefficients; Cumulative Poisson Probabilities; Areas in Upper Tail of the Normal Distribution; Standard Normal Distribution Function; Ordinates (Y) of the Standard Normal Curve at z; Percentage Points of the Normal Distribution; Ordinates of the Normal Distribution; Exponential Function e-x; Percentage Points of the t Distribution; Percentage Points of the c2 Distribution; Percentage Points of the F Distribution; Percentage Points of the Correlation Coefficient; Tukey Ûªs Wholly Significant Difference at 5% Level; Percentage Points of Spearman Ûªs Rank Correlation Coefficient; Percentage Points of Kendall Ûªs Rank Correlation Coefficient; Percentage Points of Nair Ûªs Û÷Studentised Ûª Extreme Deviate from the Mean; Upper Percentage Points of Dixon Ûªs Rank Difference Ratio; Percentage Points of D in the One-sample Kolmogorov-Smirnov Distribution; Percentage Points of D in the Two-sample Kolmogorov-Smirnov Distribution; Lower Percentage Points of the Wilcoxon Signed-rank Distribution; Lower Percentage Points of the Mann-Whitney U-Distribution; Percentage Points of Friedman Ûªs Distribution; Upper Tails of the Kruskal-Wallis Distribution; Control Chart Factors for Sample Mean; Control Chart Factors for Sample Range Using; Control Chart Factors for Sample Range Using s; Control Chart Constants; Values of e ÛÒm (For Computing Poisson Probabilities) (o < m < 1); Tolerance Factors for the Normal Distribution; Sample Size for Tw Printed Pages: 252. Seller Inventory # 70187BV
Published by Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd. (2012)
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From: Vikram Jain Books (New Delhi, India)
About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2012. Softcover. Condition: New. The book Statistical Definitions, Formulas and Tables provides a collection of statistical definitions, formulas and tables which will be useful to students of statistics, mathematics, economics, physics, engineering and other sciences, and researchers in these fields. Care has been taken to include only those formulas and tables which are most likely to be needed in practice, rather than highly specialised results which are rarely used. Topics covered in the book range from elementary to advanced statistics. Elementary topics include those from Collection, Classification and Tabulation of Data; Measure of Central Tendency; Measures of Dispersion; Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis; and Curve Fitting and Method of Least Squares. Advanced topics include those from Correlation Analysis; Regression Analysis; Multiple and Partial Correlation-Regression; Probability; Sampling; Theory of Estimation; Theory of Test of Significance; and Analysis of Variance. This wide coverage of topics provides within a single volume, most of the important statistical results needed by students and researchers, regardless of their particular field of interest or level of attainment. The book has been divided into two parts. First part contains statistical definitions and formulas and the second part covers statistical tables. An important feature of this book is that the figures in the tables have been approximated, which is basic to the application of statistical models in the real world. The book will be very useful for the students of Science, Economics, Commerce, Engineering, Psychology, Business Management and Finance. To those preparing for various competitive examinations it will be of great help for quick revision of definitions, formulas and statistics. Contents : Preface ÛÓDEFINITIONS & FORMULAS ÛÓCollection, Classification and Tabulation of Data; Measures of Central Tendency; Measures of Dispersion; Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis; Curve Fitting and Method of Least Squares; Correlation Analysis; Regression Analysis; Multiple and Partial Correlation-Regression; Interpolation and Extrapolation; Probability; Sampling Theory; Theory of Estimation; Theory of Test of Significance; Chi-Square Test; Tests of Significance Based on t, F and z Distributions; Time Series Analysis; Analysis of Variance (ANOVA); Index Numbers; Association of Attributes ÛÓTABLES ÛÓCumulative Binomial Probabilities; Binomial Distribution Function; Binomial Coefficients; Cumulative Poisson Probabilities; Areas in Upper Tail of the Normal Distribution; Standard Normal Distribution Function; Ordinates (Y) of the Standard Normal Curve at z; Percentage Points of the Normal Distribution; Ordinates of the Normal Distribution; Exponential Function e-x; Percentage Points of the t Distribution; Percentage Points of the c2 Distribution; Percentage Points of the F Distribution; Percentage Points of the Correlation Coefficient; Tukey Ûªs Wholly Significant Difference at 5% Level; Percentage Points of Spearman Ûªs Rank Correlation Coefficient; Percentage Points of Kendall Ûªs Rank Correlation Coefficient; Percentage Points of Nair Ûªs Û÷Studentised Ûª Extreme Deviate from the Mean; Upper Percentage Points of Dixon Ûªs Rank Difference Ratio; Percentage Points of D in the One-sample Kolmogorov-Smirnov Distribution; Percentage Points of D in the Two-sample Kolmogorov-Smirnov Distribution; Lower Percentage Points of the Wilcoxon Signed-rank Distribution; Lower Percentage Points of the Mann-Whitney U-Distribution; Percentage Points of Friedman Ûªs Distribution; Upper Tails of the Kruskal-Wallis Distribution; Control Chart Factors for Sample Mean; Control Chart Factors for Sample Range Using; Control Chart Factors for Sample Range Using s; Control Chart Constants; Values of e ÛÒm (For Computing Poisson Probabilities) (o < m < 1); Tolerance Factors for the Normal Distribution; Sample Size for Tw Printed Pages: 252. Seller Inventory # 70187
Published by Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd. (2012)
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From: Sanctum Books (New Delhi, India)
About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2012. Soft cover. Condition: New. The book Statistical Definitions, Formulas and Tables provides a collection of statistical definitions, formulas and tables which will be useful to students of statistics, mathematics, economics, physics, engineering and other sciences, and researchers in these fields. Care has been taken to include only those formulas and tables which are most likely to be needed in practice, rather than highly specialised results which are rarely used. Topics covered in the book range from elementary to advanced statistics. Elementary topics include those from Collection, Classification and Tabulation of Data; Measure of Central Tendency; Measures of Dispersion; Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis; and Curve Fitting and Method of Least Squares. Advanced topics include those from Correlation Analysis; Regression Analysis; Multiple and Partial Correlation-Regression; Probability; Sampling; Theory of Estimation; Theory of Test of Significance; and Analysis of Variance. This wide coverage of topics provides within a single volume, most of the important statistical results needed by students and researchers, regardless of their particular field of interest or level of attainment. The book has been divided into two parts. First part contains statistical definitions and formulas and the second part covers statistical tables. An important feature of this book is that the figures in the tables have been approximated, which is basic to the application of statistical models in the real world. The book will be very useful for the students of Science, Economics, Commerce, Engineering, Psychology, Business Management and Finance. To those preparing for various competitive examinations it will be of great help for quick revision of definitions, formulas and statistics. Contents : Prefaceâ?"DEFINITIONS & FORMULASâ?"Collection, Classification and Tabulation of Data; Measures of Central Tendency; Measures of Dispersion; Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis; Curve Fitting and Method of Least Squares; Correlation Analysis; Regression Analysis; Multiple and Partial Correlation-Regression; Interpolation and Extrapolation; Probability; Sampling Theory; Theory of Estimation; Theory of Test of Significance; Chi-Square Test; Tests of Significance Based on t, F and z Distributions; Time Series Analysis; Analysis of Variance (ANOVA); Index Numbers; Association of Attributesâ?"TABLESâ?"Cumulative Binomial Probabilities; Binomial Distribution Function; Binomial Coefficients; Cumulative Poisson Probabilities; Areas in Upper Tail of the Normal Distribution; Standard Normal Distribution Function; Ordinates (Y) of the Standard Normal Curve at z; Percentage Points of the Normal Distribution; Ordinates of the Normal Distribution; Exponential Function e-x; Percentage Points of the t Distribution; Percentage Points of the c2 Distribution; Percentage Points of the F Distribution; Percentage Points of the Correlation Coefficient; Tukeyâ?Ts Wholly Significant Difference at 5% Level; Percentage Points of Spearmanâ?Ts Rank Correlation Coefficient; Percentage Points of Kendallâ?Ts Rank Correlation Coefficient; Percentage Points of Nairâ?Ts â?~Studentisedâ?T Extreme Deviate from the Mean; Upper Percentage Points of Dixonâ?Ts Rank Difference Ratio; Percentage Points of D in the One-sample Kolmogorov-Smirnov Distribution; Percentage Points of D in the Two-sample Kolmogorov-Smirnov Distribution; Lower Percentage Points of the Wilcoxon Signed-rank Distribution; Lower Percentage Points of the Mann-Whitney U-Distribution; Percentage Points of Friedmanâ?Ts Distribution; Upper Tails of the Kruskal-Wallis Distribution; Control Chart Factors for Sample Mean; Control Chart Factors for Sample Range Using; Control Chart Factors for Sample Range Using s; Control Chart Constants; Values of eâ?"m (For Computing Poisson Probabilities) (o < m < 1); Tolerance Factors for the Normal Distribution; Sample Size for Tw Printed Pages: 252. Book. Seller Inventory # 70187BV
Published by Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd. (2012)
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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2012. Softcover. Condition: New. The book Practical Statistics, in two volumes has been designed to cover a comprehensive course in statistics for the students of economics, statistics, commerce and the physical sciences. It presents a thorough treatment of statistical methods in such a way that a previous acquaintance with mathematics and statistics is not necessary. For the students of non-mathematical background, all the mathematical tools such as permutation, combination, set theory, factorial, etc. required for the study of probability have been properly dealt with. This book has been designed to be Û÷ready to use Ûª, i.e. it can be used even by those students who have not gone through any theoretical book on statistics. Each chapter begins with a brief introduction on the subject followed by formulae used, with explanation of terms. For better understanding of the subject, throughout the book, the lucidity of style and simplicity of expression have been maintained. The book is in two volumes and covers the entire syllabi prescribed for the statistics paper in undergraduate and postgraduate courses of Indian universities, as well as the courses prescribed in C.S.E. (Civil Service Examination), I.S.S. (Indian Statistical Service) and P.S.C.S. (Public Service Commission of State) examinations. A large number of solved problems have been given in each chapter with a view to helping the students in solving numerical problems and, thus, familiarising them with different type of formulae used in statistical analysis. At the end of each chapter, a large number of problems with answers have been given under the heading Û÷Brain Teaser Ûª, providing plenty of opportunity for practicing skill, developing a sound understanding of the subject, and enabling the students to acquire self-confidence. Most of the solved examples as well as practice problems under Û÷Brain Teaser Ûª have been taken from the papers set by various universities in previous years as well as from the competitive examinations such as C.S.E., I.S.S., C.A., I.C.W.A., etc. The book will be indispensable for students and teachers of various disciplines where statistics is a part of the course and also for those who are preparing for various competitive examinations. Contents : Preface ÛÓVolume ÛÒ 2 ÛÓ1. Probability; 11. Sampling Theory; 12. Theory of Estimation; 13. Theory of Test of Significance; 14. Chi-Square Test; 15. Tests of Significance Based on t, F and z Distributions; 16. Time Series Analysis; 17. Analysis of Variance (ANOVA); 18. Index Numbers; 19. Association of Attributes; Tables Printed Pages: 1099. Seller Inventory # 70183BV
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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2012. Softcover. Condition: New. The book Practical Statistics, in two volumes has been designed to cover a comprehensive course in statistics for the students of economics, statistics, commerce and the physical sciences. It presents a thorough treatment of statistical methods in such a way that a previous acquaintance with mathematics and statistics is not necessary. For the students of non-mathematical background, all the mathematical tools such as permutation, combination, set theory, factorial, etc. required for the study of probability have been properly dealt with. This book has been designed to be Û÷ready to use Ûª, i.e. it can be used even by those students who have not gone through any theoretical book on statistics. Each chapter begins with a brief introduction on the subject followed by formulae used, with explanation of terms. For better understanding of the subject, throughout the book, the lucidity of style and simplicity of expression have been maintained. The book is in two volumes and covers the entire syllabi prescribed for the statistics paper in undergraduate and postgraduate courses of Indian universities, as well as the courses prescribed in C.S.E. (Civil Service Examination), I.S.S. (Indian Statistical Service) and P.S.C.S. (Public Service Commission of State) examinations. A large number of solved problems have been given in each chapter with a view to helping the students in solving numerical problems and, thus, familiarising them with different type of formulae used in statistical analysis. At the end of each chapter, a large number of problems with answers have been given under the heading Û÷Brain Teaser Ûª, providing plenty of opportunity for practicing skill, developing a sound understanding of the subject, and enabling the students to acquire self-confidence. Most of the solved examples as well as practice problems under Û÷Brain Teaser Ûª have been taken from the papers set by various universities in previous years as well as from the competitive examinations such as C.S.E., I.S.S., C.A., I.C.W.A., etc. The book will be indispensable for students and teachers of various disciplines where statistics is a part of the course and also for those who are preparing for various competitive examinations. Contents : Preface ÛÓVolume ÛÒ 2 ÛÓ1. Probability; 11. Sampling Theory; 12. Theory of Estimation; 13. Theory of Test of Significance; 14. Chi-Square Test; 15. Tests of Significance Based on t, F and z Distributions; 16. Time Series Analysis; 17. Analysis of Variance (ANOVA); 18. Index Numbers; 19. Association of Attributes; Tables Printed Pages: 514. Seller Inventory # 70180BV
Published by Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd. (2012)
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From: Vikram Jain Books (New Delhi, India)
About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2012. Softcover. Condition: New. The book Practical Statistics, in two volumes has been designed to cover a comprehensive course in statistics for the students of economics, statistics, commerce and the physical sciences. It presents a thorough treatment of statistical methods in such a way that a previous acquaintance with mathematics and statistics is not necessary. For the students of non-mathematical background, all the mathematical tools such as permutation, combination, set theory, factorial, etc. required for the study of probability have been properly dealt with. This book has been designed to be Û÷ready to use Ûª, i.e. it can be used even by those students who have not gone through any theoretical book on statistics. Each chapter begins with a brief introduction on the subject followed by formulae used, with explanation of terms. For better understanding of the subject, throughout the book, the lucidity of style and simplicity of expression have been maintained. The book is in two volumes and covers the entire syllabi prescribed for the statistics paper in undergraduate and postgraduate courses of Indian universities, as well as the courses prescribed in C.S.E. (Civil Service Examination), I.S.S. (Indian Statistical Service) and P.S.C.S. (Public Service Commission of State) examinations. A large number of solved problems have been given in each chapter with a view to helping the students in solving numerical problems and, thus, familiarising them with different type of formulae used in statistical analysis. At the end of each chapter, a large number of problems with answers have been given under the heading Û÷Brain Teaser Ûª, providing plenty of opportunity for practicing skill, developing a sound understanding of the subject, and enabling the students to acquire self-confidence. Most of the solved examples as well as practice problems under Û÷Brain Teaser Ûª have been taken from the papers set by various universities in previous years as well as from the competitive examinations such as C.S.E., I.S.S., C.A., I.C.W.A., etc. The book will be indispensable for students and teachers of various disciplines where statistics is a part of the course and also for those who are preparing for various competitive examinations. Contents : Preface ÛÓVolume ÛÒ 2 ÛÓ1. Probability; 11. Sampling Theory; 12. Theory of Estimation; 13. Theory of Test of Significance; 14. Chi-Square Test; 15. Tests of Significance Based on t, F and z Distributions; 16. Time Series Analysis; 17. Analysis of Variance (ANOVA); 18. Index Numbers; 19. Association of Attributes; Tables Printed Pages: 1099. Seller Inventory # 70183
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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2012. Softcover. Condition: New. The book Practical Statistics, in two volumes has been designed to cover a comprehensive course in statistics for the students of economics, statistics, commerce and the physical sciences. It presents a thorough treatment of statistical methods in such a way that a previous acquaintance with mathematics and statistics is not necessary. For the students of non-mathematical background, all the mathematical tools such as permutation, combination, set theory, factorial, etc. required for the study of probability have been properly dealt with. This book has been designed to be Û÷ready to use Ûª, i.e. it can be used even by those students who have not gone through any theoretical book on statistics. Each chapter begins with a brief introduction on the subject followed by formulae used, with explanation of terms. For better understanding of the subject, throughout the book, the lucidity of style and simplicity of expression have been maintained. The book is in two volumes and covers the entire syllabi prescribed for the statistics paper in undergraduate and postgraduate courses of Indian universities, as well as the courses prescribed in C.S.E. (Civil Service Examination), I.S.S. (Indian Statistical Service) and P.S.C.S. (Public Service Commission of State) examinations. A large number of solved problems have been given in each chapter with a view to helping the students in solving numerical problems and, thus, familiarising them with different type of formulae used in statistical analysis. At the end of each chapter, a large number of problems with answers have been given under the heading Û÷Brain Teaser Ûª, providing plenty of opportunity for practicing skill, developing a sound understanding of the subject, and enabling the students to acquire self-confidence. Most of the solved examples as well as practice problems under Û÷Brain Teaser Ûª have been taken from the papers set by various universities in previous years as well as from the competitive examinations such as C.S.E., I.S.S., C.A., I.C.W.A., etc. The book will be indispensable for students and teachers of various disciplines where statistics is a part of the course and also for those who are preparing for various competitive examinations. Contents : Preface ÛÓVolume ÛÒ 2 ÛÓ1. Probability; 11. Sampling Theory; 12. Theory of Estimation; 13. Theory of Test of Significance; 14. Chi-Square Test; 15. Tests of Significance Based on t, F and z Distributions; 16. Time Series Analysis; 17. Analysis of Variance (ANOVA); 18. Index Numbers; 19. Association of Attributes; Tables Printed Pages: 514. Seller Inventory # 70180
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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2012. Soft cover. Condition: New. The book Practical Statistics, in two volumes has been designed to cover a comprehensive course in statistics for the students of economics, statistics, commerce and the physical sciences. It presents a thorough treatment of statistical methods in such a way that a previous acquaintance with mathematics and statistics is not necessary. For the students of non-mathematical background, all the mathematical tools such as permutation, combination, set theory, factorial, etc. required for the study of probability have been properly dealt with. This book has been designed to be â?~ready to useâ?T, i.e. it can be used even by those students who have not gone through any theoretical book on statistics. Each chapter begins with a brief introduction on the subject followed by formulae used, with explanation of terms. For better understanding of the subject, throughout the book, the lucidity of style and simplicity of expression have been maintained. The book is in two volumes and covers the entire syllabi prescribed for the statistics paper in undergraduate and postgraduate courses of Indian universities, as well as the courses prescribed in C.S.E. (Civil Service Examination), I.S.S. (Indian Statistical Service) and P.S.C.S. (Public Service Commission of State) examinations. A large number of solved problems have been given in each chapter with a view to helping the students in solving numerical problems and, thus, familiarising them with different type of formulae used in statistical analysis. At the end of each chapter, a large number of problems with answers have been given under the heading â?~Brain Teaserâ?T, providing plenty of opportunity for practicing skill, developing a sound understanding of the subject, and enabling the students to acquire self-confidence. Most of the solved examples as well as practice problems under â?~Brain Teaserâ?T have been taken from the papers set by various universities in previous years as well as from the competitive examinations such as C.S.E., I.S.S., C.A., I.C.W.A., etc. The book will be indispensable for students and teachers of various disciplines where statistics is a part of the course and also for those who are preparing for various competitive examinations. Contents : Prefaceâ?"Volume â?" 2â?"1. Probability; 11. Sampling Theory; 12. Theory of Estimation; 13. Theory of Test of Significance; 14. Chi-Square Test; 15. Tests of Significance Based on t, F and z Distributions; 16. Time Series Analysis; 17. Analysis of Variance (ANOVA); 18. Index Numbers; 19. Association of Attributes; Tables Printed Pages: 514. Book. Seller Inventory # 70180BV
Published by Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd. (2012)
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From: Sanctum Books (New Delhi, India)
About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2012. Soft cover. Condition: New. The book Practical Statistics, in two volumes has been designed to cover a comprehensive course in statistics for the students of economics, statistics, commerce and the physical sciences. It presents a thorough treatment of statistical methods in such a way that a previous acquaintance with mathematics and statistics is not necessary. For the students of non-mathematical background, all the mathematical tools such as permutation, combination, set theory, factorial, etc. required for the study of probability have been properly dealt with. This book has been designed to be â?~ready to useâ?T, i.e. it can be used even by those students who have not gone through any theoretical book on statistics. Each chapter begins with a brief introduction on the subject followed by formulae used, with explanation of terms. For better understanding of the subject, throughout the book, the lucidity of style and simplicity of expression have been maintained. The book is in two volumes and covers the entire syllabi prescribed for the statistics paper in undergraduate and postgraduate courses of Indian universities, as well as the courses prescribed in C.S.E. (Civil Service Examination), I.S.S. (Indian Statistical Service) and P.S.C.S. (Public Service Commission of State) examinations. A large number of solved problems have been given in each chapter with a view to helping the students in solving numerical problems and, thus, familiarising them with different type of formulae used in statistical analysis. At the end of each chapter, a large number of problems with answers have been given under the heading â?~Brain Teaserâ?T, providing plenty of opportunity for practicing skill, developing a sound understanding of the subject, and enabling the students to acquire self-confidence. Most of the solved examples as well as practice problems under â?~Brain Teaserâ?T have been taken from the papers set by various universities in previous years as well as from the competitive examinations such as C.S.E., I.S.S., C.A., I.C.W.A., etc. The book will be indispensable for students and teachers of various disciplines where statistics is a part of the course and also for those who are preparing for various competitive examinations. Contents : Prefaceâ?"Volume â?" 2â?"1. Probability; 11. Sampling Theory; 12. Theory of Estimation; 13. Theory of Test of Significance; 14. Chi-Square Test; 15. Tests of Significance Based on t, F and z Distributions; 16. Time Series Analysis; 17. Analysis of Variance (ANOVA); 18. Index Numbers; 19. Association of Attributes; Tables Printed Pages: 1099. Book. Seller Inventory # 70183BV
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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book Statistical Definitions, Formulas and Tables provides a collection of statistical definitions, formulas and tables which will be useful to students of statistics, mathematics, economics, physics, engineering and other sciences, and researchers in these fields. Care has been taken to include only those formulas and tables which are most likely to be needed in practice, rather than highly specialised results which are rarely used. Topics covered in the book range from elementary to advanced statistics. Elementary topics include those from Collection, Classification and Tabulation of Data; Measure of Central Tendency; Measures of Dispersion; Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis; and Curve Fitting and Method of Least Squares. Advanced topics include those from Correlation Analysis; Regression Analysis; Multiple and Partial Correlation-Regression; Probability; Sampling; Theory of Estimation; Theory of Test of Significance; and Analysis of Variance. This wide coverage of topics provides within a single volume, most of the important statistical results needed by students and researchers, regardless of their particular field of interest or level of attainment. The book has been divided into two parts. First part contains statistical definitions and formulas and the second part covers statistical tables. An important feature of this book is that the figures in the tables have been approximated, which is basic to the application of statistical models in the real world. The book will be very useful for the students of Science, Economics, Commerce, Engineering, Psychology, Business Management and Finance. To those preparing for various competitive examinations it will be of great help for quick revision of definitions, formulas and statistics. Contents : Preface ÛÓDEFINITIONS & FORMULAS ÛÓCollection, Classification and Tabulation of Data; Measures of Central Tendency; Measures of Dispersion; Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis; Curve Fitting and Method of Least Squares; Correlation Analysis; Regression Analysis; Multiple and Partial Correlation-Regression; Interpolation and Extrapolation; Probability; Sampling Theory; Theory of Estimation; Theory of Test of Significance; Chi-Square Test; Tests of Significance Based on t, F and z Distributions; Time Series Analysis; Analysis of Variance (ANOVA); Index Numbers; Association of Attributes ÛÓTABLES ÛÓCumulative Binomial Probabilities; Binomial Distribution Function; Binomial Coefficients; Cumulative Poisson Probabilities; Areas in Upper Tail of the Normal Distribution; Standard Normal Distribution Function; Ordinates (Y) of the Standard Normal Curve at z; Percentage Points of the Normal Distribution; Ordinates of the Normal Distribution; Exponential Function e-x; Percentage Points of the t Distribution; Percentage Points of the c2 Distribution; Percentage Points of the F Distribution; Percentage Points of the Correlation Coefficient; Tukey Ûªs Wholly Significant Difference at 5% Level; Percentage Points of Spearman Ûªs Rank Correlation Coefficient; Percentage Points of Kendall Ûªs Rank Correlation Coefficient; Percentage Points of Nair Ûªs Û÷Studentised Ûª Extreme Deviate from the Mean; Upper Percentage Points of Dixon Ûªs Rank Difference Ratio; Percentage Points of D in the One-sample Kolmogorov-Smirnov Distribution; Percentage Points of D in the Two-sample Kolmogorov-Smirnov Distribution; Lower Percentage Points of the Wilcoxon Signed-rank Distribution; Lower Percentage Points of the Mann-Whitney U-Distribution; Percentage Points of Friedman Ûªs Distribution; Upper Tails of the Kruskal-Wallis Distribution; Control Chart Factors for Sample Mean; Control Chart Factors for Sample Range Using; Control Chart Factors for Sample Range Using s; Control Chart Constants; Values of e ÛÒm (For Computing Poisson Probabilities) (o < m < 1); Tolerance Factors for the Normal Distribution; Sample Size for Tw Printed Pages: 246. Seller Inventory # 70184BV
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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book Statistical Definitions, Formulas and Tables provides a collection of statistical definitions, formulas and tables which will be useful to students of statistics, mathematics, economics, physics, engineering and other sciences, and researchers in these fields. Care has been taken to include only those formulas and tables which are most likely to be needed in practice, rather than highly specialised results which are rarely used. Topics covered in the book range from elementary to advanced statistics. Elementary topics include those from Collection, Classification and Tabulation of Data; Measure of Central Tendency; Measures of Dispersion; Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis; and Curve Fitting and Method of Least Squares. Advanced topics include those from Correlation Analysis; Regression Analysis; Multiple and Partial Correlation-Regression; Probability; Sampling; Theory of Estimation; Theory of Test of Significance; and Analysis of Variance. This wide coverage of topics provides within a single volume, most of the important statistical results needed by students and researchers, regardless of their particular field of interest or level of attainment. The book has been divided into two parts. First part contains statistical definitions and formulas and the second part covers statistical tables. An important feature of this book is that the figures in the tables have been approximated, which is basic to the application of statistical models in the real world. The book will be very useful for the students of Science, Economics, Commerce, Engineering, Psychology, Business Management and Finance. To those preparing for various competitive examinations it will be of great help for quick revision of definitions, formulas and statistics. Contents : Preface ÛÓDEFINITIONS & FORMULAS ÛÓCollection, Classification and Tabulation of Data; Measures of Central Tendency; Measures of Dispersion; Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis; Curve Fitting and Method of Least Squares; Correlation Analysis; Regression Analysis; Multiple and Partial Correlation-Regression; Interpolation and Extrapolation; Probability; Sampling Theory; Theory of Estimation; Theory of Test of Significance; Chi-Square Test; Tests of Significance Based on t, F and z Distributions; Time Series Analysis; Analysis of Variance (ANOVA); Index Numbers; Association of Attributes ÛÓTABLES ÛÓCumulative Binomial Probabilities; Binomial Distribution Function; Binomial Coefficients; Cumulative Poisson Probabilities; Areas in Upper Tail of the Normal Distribution; Standard Normal Distribution Function; Ordinates (Y) of the Standard Normal Curve at z; Percentage Points of the Normal Distribution; Ordinates of the Normal Distribution; Exponential Function e-x; Percentage Points of the t Distribution; Percentage Points of the c2 Distribution; Percentage Points of the F Distribution; Percentage Points of the Correlation Coefficient; Tukey Ûªs Wholly Significant Difference at 5% Level; Percentage Points of Spearman Ûªs Rank Correlation Coefficient; Percentage Points of Kendall Ûªs Rank Correlation Coefficient; Percentage Points of Nair Ûªs Û÷Studentised Ûª Extreme Deviate from the Mean; Upper Percentage Points of Dixon Ûªs Rank Difference Ratio; Percentage Points of D in the One-sample Kolmogorov-Smirnov Distribution; Percentage Points of D in the Two-sample Kolmogorov-Smirnov Distribution; Lower Percentage Points of the Wilcoxon Signed-rank Distribution; Lower Percentage Points of the Mann-Whitney U-Distribution; Percentage Points of Friedman Ûªs Distribution; Upper Tails of the Kruskal-Wallis Distribution; Control Chart Factors for Sample Mean; Control Chart Factors for Sample Range Using; Control Chart Factors for Sample Range Using s; Control Chart Constants; Values of e ÛÒm (For Computing Poisson Probabilities) (o < m < 1); Tolerance Factors for the Normal Distribution; Sample Size for Tw Printed Pages: 246. Seller Inventory # 70184
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About this Item: BSP, Hyderabad, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Land use management practices in India 1. Land use management practices retrospect and prospect/G. Ravi Shankar V. Raghavaswamy and N. C. Gautam. 2. Efficient management of land use keeping in view the ground water aspects/Asis Battacharya. II. Land use dynamics and farming system 3. Land use/land cover change with special reference to India/R. Nagaraja and R. R. Navalgund. 4. Soil fertility management in Andhra Pradesh/ A. Sreenivasa Raju. 5. Irrigability and productivity classification of some typical soils of Bhagalpur district of Bihar and their suitability for land use planning/S.K. Chandra and V. N. Singh. 6. Effect of forest leaf litter and litter compost on soil properties and growth and yield of Chilli in Laterite soils of Konkan region/K. N. Chavan S.S. Magar and D. K. Umap. III. Land use database generation and management 7. National (natural) resources information system (NRIS)/A. R. Das Gupta and R. K. Goel. 8. Remote sensing sensors and their applications with special reference to land use studies/A. S. Manjunath. 9. Remote sensing & GIS for land use/ land cover data generation at national Level An Indian experience/R Nagaraja G Ravi Shankar Manoj Raj Saxena and Rajiv Kumar and B Shyamsunder. 10. Statistical methods in land use data an analysis/Saroja Rama Rao and J. Siva Ram. IV. Land Use/Land cover and environmental issues 11. An understanding of land use/land cover with particular reference to forests in India/J.K. Rawat. 12. Geoinformatics for biodiversity assessment/MSR Murthy. 13. Disaster management and mitigation using Satellite remote sensing a few case studies/V Bhanumurthy. 14. Management of land resources in Behal Singham area Bhiwani District Haryana for Eco Development/K E Mothi Kumar M L Manchanda and G Behera. V. Land Degradation and Land use Models 15. Remote sensing for soils and land degradation/L. Venkataratnam and T. Ravisankar. 16. Land degradation status in India/S. N. Das. 17. Drivers of land degradation in Uttar Pradesh Past present and future/A N Singh. 18. Role of high resolution remotely sensed data in micro level planning/P V S P Prasada Raju/Sujata Ghosh and J. Saibabu. VI. Watershed management and sustainable agriculture 19. Delineation of watershed for land and water resource planning and development/N.C. Gautam V. Raghavswamy R. Nagaraja G. Ravi Shankar and P. Rama Mohan. 20. Integrated watershed management in dry land tracts/Y. S. Ramakrishna K. D. Sharma and P K Mishra. 21. Production systems approach in watershed management using remote sensing techniques a case study/B R M Rao. VII. Urban land use planning and land management 22. Urban land use planning and land management using remote sensing and GIS/V Raghavswamy. 23. Satellite based urban land use maps for Hyderabad metropolitan area The January 2003 draft master plan for Hyderabad seeking better public participation/S. P. Shorey and V. Raghavswamy. 24. Scenic evaluation for recreational land use a study on regional morphoforms in Khammam District Andhra Pradesh/ S. Padmaja and G. Somnath. 25. Behavioral Trends Consumers patterns a study in retail land use activities/S. Padmaja and Mohammed Akther Ali. VIII. Land use policies and strategies 26. Land use policies for the new century an Adaptive cum human ecosystems approach/ K. V. Sundaram 27. Land use planning need and strategies with special reference to Uttar Pradesh/Mridula Singh. 28. A blueprint to modernize land administration procedures in the state of Andhra Pradesh/P V S Madhusudana Rao. 29. Cost effective technology for assessment of land use/L R A Narayan. Land resources in the country are limited and are declining due to increasing population land degradation and land conversions. Today the availability of information on land use/land cover in the form of thematic maps records and statistical figures are inadequate and are not up to date on the changing land use patterns and processes. The National Conference on land use/land cover & Management. Seller Inventory # 51031
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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book Statistical Definitions, Formulas and Tables provides a collection of statistical definitions, formulas and tables which will be useful to students of statistics, mathematics, economics, physics, engineering and other sciences, and researchers in these fields. Care has been taken to include only those formulas and tables which are most likely to be needed in practice, rather than highly specialised results which are rarely used. Topics covered in the book range from elementary to advanced statistics. Elementary topics include those from Collection, Classification and Tabulation of Data; Measure of Central Tendency; Measures of Dispersion; Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis; and Curve Fitting and Method of Least Squares. Advanced topics include those from Correlation Analysis; Regression Analysis; Multiple and Partial Correlation-Regression; Probability; Sampling; Theory of Estimation; Theory of Test of Significance; and Analysis of Variance. This wide coverage of topics provides within a single volume, most of the important statistical results needed by students and researchers, regardless of their particular field of interest or level of attainment. The book has been divided into two parts. First part contains statistical definitions and formulas and the second part covers statistical tables. An important feature of this book is that the figures in the tables have been approximated, which is basic to the application of statistical models in the real world. The book will be very useful for the students of Science, Economics, Commerce, Engineering, Psychology, Business Management and Finance. To those preparing for various competitive examinations it will be of great help for quick revision of definitions, formulas and statistics. Contents : Prefaceâ?"DEFINITIONS & FORMULASâ?"Collection, Classification and Tabulation of Data; Measures of Central Tendency; Measures of Dispersion; Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis; Curve Fitting and Method of Least Squares; Correlation Analysis; Regression Analysis; Multiple and Partial Correlation-Regression; Interpolation and Extrapolation; Probability; Sampling Theory; Theory of Estimation; Theory of Test of Significance; Chi-Square Test; Tests of Significance Based on t, F and z Distributions; Time Series Analysis; Analysis of Variance (ANOVA); Index Numbers; Association of Attributesâ?"TABLESâ?"Cumulative Binomial Probabilities; Binomial Distribution Function; Binomial Coefficients; Cumulative Poisson Probabilities; Areas in Upper Tail of the Normal Distribution; Standard Normal Distribution Function; Ordinates (Y) of the Standard Normal Curve at z; Percentage Points of the Normal Distribution; Ordinates of the Normal Distribution; Exponential Function e-x; Percentage Points of the t Distribution; Percentage Points of the c2 Distribution; Percentage Points of the F Distribution; Percentage Points of the Correlation Coefficient; Tukeyâ?Ts Wholly Significant Difference at 5% Level; Percentage Points of Spearmanâ?Ts Rank Correlation Coefficient; Percentage Points of Kendallâ?Ts Rank Correlation Coefficient; Percentage Points of Nairâ?Ts â?~Studentisedâ?T Extreme Deviate from the Mean; Upper Percentage Points of Dixonâ?Ts Rank Difference Ratio; Percentage Points of D in the One-sample Kolmogorov-Smirnov Distribution; Percentage Points of D in the Two-sample Kolmogorov-Smirnov Distribution; Lower Percentage Points of the Wilcoxon Signed-rank Distribution; Lower Percentage Points of the Mann-Whitney U-Distribution; Percentage Points of Friedmanâ?Ts Distribution; Upper Tails of the Kruskal-Wallis Distribution; Control Chart Factors for Sample Mean; Control Chart Factors for Sample Range Using; Control Chart Factors for Sample Range Using s; Control Chart Constants; Values of eâ?"m (For Computing Poisson Probabilities) (o < m < 1); Tolerance Factors for the Normal Distribution; Sample Size for Tw Printed Pages: 246. Book. Seller Inventory # 70184BV
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About this Item: Orient Blackswan, 2019. Soft cover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: I. Early Village Studies: 1. The Social Structure of a Mysore Village/M. N. Srinivas. 2. Social Structure and Change in a UP Village/McKim Marriott. 3. An Oriya Hill Village/F. G. Bailey. II. Rural Structures: 4. The Myth of Self-Sufficiency of the Indian Village/M. N. Srinivas and A. M. Shah. 5. Chamar Family in a North Indian Village: A Structural Contingent/Bernard S. Cohn. 6. Individual Case Study and the Statistical Method in Social Investigation/Iravati Karve. III. Identity and Politics: 7. The RSS/D. V. Kelkar. 8. Sripuram: A Village in Tanjore District/Andre Beteille. 9. Caste Orientation of Political Factions: Modasa Constituency: A Case Study/Rajni Kothari and Ghanshyam Shah. 10. Class and Caste/Nirmal Kumar Bose. IV. Analytical Frameworks: 11. Keynesian Economics and Underdeveloped Countries/A. K. Dasgupta. 12. Teaching Economics/Joan Robinson. 13. Peasant Economy as a Category in Economic History/Daniel Thorner. V. Development and Planning: 14. A Case of Aborted Growth: India, 1860 1900: Some Suggestions for Research/George Rosen. 15. How to Industralise an Underdeveloped Area/Paul N. Rosenstein-Rodan. 16. Choice Elements in Intertemporal Planning/S. Chakravarti and R. S. Ekaus. 17. Structural Linkages in the Indian Economy/Krishna K. Bharadwaj. 18. Relative Rates of Growth: Agriculture and Industry/Ashok Rudra. VI. Policy Debates: Agriculture: 19. The Shifting Fortunes of Agriculture: The General Setting/W. Arthur Lewis. 20. Retrospect: The Shifting Fortunes of Agriculture: The Experience of Less Fully Developed Countries/D. R. Gadgil. 21. A Note on Cooperative Farming/Amlan Datta. 22. Context for Cooperatives in Rural India/Daniel Thorner. 23. Agrarian Structure in Twelve Districts/M. L. Dantwala. 24. Major and Minor Irrigation Works: A Preliminary Comparison of Costs and Returns/Ranjit Gupta. 25. Size of Holdings and Productivity/Amartya Kumar Sen. 26. Problems of Numbers in Cattle Development/V. M. Dandekar. 27. The Marketable Surplus Function for a Subsistence Crop: An Analysis with Indian Data/Raj Krishna. VII. Policy Debates: Industry: 28. Small-scale Industries: Problem of Technological Change/K. N. Raj. 29. Mill versus Cottage Industries: A Method of Appraisal/Jan Tinbergen. 30. Size, Technology and Economics: A Study of the Indian Cotton Textiles Industry/J. C. Sandesara. VIII. Public Finance and Distribution: 31. Federal Finance Perspectives/Bhabatosh Datta. 32. Tax Reform in India/Nicholas Kaldor. 33. Economic Growth and Rural-Urban Income 327 Distribution: 1950 51 to 1960 61/V. K. R. V. Rao. 34. Distribution of Public Health and Education Services/N. Bhattacharya and B. Dey. IX. Culture, Administration and Leadership: 35. Man and Plan in India: The Background/D. P. Mukerji. 36. The Language Problem: A Solution/O. L. Chavarria-Aguilar. 37. English, Hindi and the Regional Languages/I. P. Desai. 38. Administrative Institutions of Government/Rajni Kothari. 39. Generalists versus Specialists in Indian Administration I/Asoke Mohan Roy. 40. Generalists versus Specialists in Indian Administration II/Asoke Mohan Roy. 41. Generalists versus Specialists in Indian Administration: A Comment/Deepak Lal. 42. The Meaning of Jawaharlal Nehru/Rajni Kothari. 43. Economic Ideology of Jawaharlal Nehru/M. L. Dantwala. The Economic Weekly was launched in 1949, shortly after Indian Independence. This period was full of hope and expectation, but also questioning and rethinking. Under the leadership of its illustrious founding editor, Sachin Chaudhuri, the journal soon became a major platform for the finest minds of the time, providing a diverse range of scholarship and space for differing, often conflicting, ideological positions. Reading India: Selections from The Economic Weekly: Volume 1: 1949 1965 brings together landmark studies in sociology, politics and economics that capture the major analytical and policy debates published in the journal from 1949 65.The articles span a wide range of studies, exploring. Seller Inventory # 131611
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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book Practical Statistics, in two volumes has been designed to cover a comprehensive course in statistics for the students of economics, statistics, commerce and the physical sciences. It presents a thorough treatment of statistical methods in such a way that a previous acquaintance with mathematics and statistics is not necessary. For the students of non-mathematical background, all the mathematical tools such as permutation, combination, set theory, factorial, etc. required for the study of probability have been properly dealt with. This book has been designed to be Û÷ready to use Ûª, i.e. it can be used even by those students who have not gone through any theoretical book on statistics. Each chapter begins with a brief introduction on the subject followed by formulae used, with explanation of terms. For better understanding of the subject, throughout the book, the lucidity of style and simplicity of expression have been maintained. The book is in two volumes and covers the entire syllabi prescribed for the statistics paper in undergraduate and postgraduate courses of Indian universities, as well as the courses prescribed in C.S.E. (Civil Service Examination), I.S.S. (Indian Statistical Service) and P.S.C.S. (Public Service Commission of State) examinations. A large number of solved problems have been given in each chapter with a view to helping the students in solving numerical problems and, thus, familiarising them with different type of formulae used in statistical analysis. At the end of each chapter, a large number of problems with answers have been given under the heading Û÷Brain Teaser Ûª, providing plenty of opportunity for practicing skill, developing a sound understanding of the subject, and enabling the students to acquire self-confidence. Most of the solved examples as well as practice problems under Û÷Brain Teaser Ûª have been taken from the papers set by various universities in previous years as well as from the competitive examinations such as C.S.E., I.S.S., C.A., I.C.W.A., etc. The book will be indispensable for students and teachers of various disciplines where statistics is a part of the course and also for those who are preparing for various competitive examinations. Contents : Preface ÛÓVolume ÛÒ 1 ÛÓ1. Collection, Classification and Tabulation of Data (Diagrammatic and Graphic Representation); 2. Measures of Central Tendency; 3. Measures of Dispersion; 4. Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis; 5. Curve Fitting and Method of Least Squares; 6. Correlation Analysis; 7. Regression Analysis; 8. Multiple and Partial Correlation-Regression; 9. Interpolation and Extrapolation Printed Pages: 513. Seller Inventory # 70177BV
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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book Practical Statistics, in two volumes has been designed to cover a comprehensive course in statistics for the students of economics, statistics, commerce and the physical sciences. It presents a thorough treatment of statistical methods in such a way that a previous acquaintance with mathematics and statistics is not necessary. For the students of non-mathematical background, all the mathematical tools such as permutation, combination, set theory, factorial, etc. required for the study of probability have been properly dealt with. This book has been designed to be Û÷ready to use Ûª, i.e. it can be used even by those students who have not gone through any theoretical book on statistics. Each chapter begins with a brief introduction on the subject followed by formulae used, with explanation of terms. For better understanding of the subject, throughout the book, the lucidity of style and simplicity of expression have been maintained. The book is in two volumes and covers the entire syllabi prescribed for the statistics paper in undergraduate and postgraduate courses of Indian universities, as well as the courses prescribed in C.S.E. (Civil Service Examination), I.S.S. (Indian Statistical Service) and P.S.C.S. (Public Service Commission of State) examinations. A large number of solved problems have been given in each chapter with a view to helping the students in solving numerical problems and, thus, familiarising them with different type of formulae used in statistical analysis. At the end of each chapter, a large number of problems with answers have been given under the heading Û÷Brain Teaser Ûª, providing plenty of opportunity for practicing skill, developing a sound understanding of the subject, and enabling the students to acquire self-confidence. Most of the solved examples as well as practice problems under Û÷Brain Teaser Ûª have been taken from the papers set by various universities in previous years as well as from the competitive examinations such as C.S.E., I.S.S., C.A., I.C.W.A., etc. The book will be indispensable for students and teachers of various disciplines where statistics is a part of the course and also for those who are preparing for various competitive examinations. Contents : Preface ÛÓVolume ÛÒ 1 ÛÓ1. Collection, Classification and Tabulation of Data (Diagrammatic and Graphic Representation); 2. Measures of Central Tendency; 3. Measures of Dispersion; 4. Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis; 5. Curve Fitting and Method of Least Squares; 6. Correlation Analysis; 7. Regression Analysis; 8. Multiple and Partial Correlation-Regression; 9. Interpolation and Extrapolation Printed Pages: 1098. Seller Inventory # 70179BV
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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book Practical Statistics, in two volumes has been designed to cover a comprehensive course in statistics for the students of economics, statistics, commerce and the physical sciences. It presents a thorough treatment of statistical methods in such a way that a previous acquaintance with mathematics and statistics is not necessary. For the students of non-mathematical background, all the mathematical tools such as permutation, combination, set theory, factorial, etc. required for the study of probability have been properly dealt with. This book has been designed to be Û÷ready to use Ûª, i.e. it can be used even by those students who have not gone through any theoretical book on statistics. Each chapter begins with a brief introduction on the subject followed by formulae used, with explanation of terms. For better understanding of the subject, throughout the book, the lucidity of style and simplicity of expression have been maintained. The book is in two volumes and covers the entire syllabi prescribed for the statistics paper in undergraduate and postgraduate courses of Indian universities, as well as the courses prescribed in C.S.E. (Civil Service Examination), I.S.S. (Indian Statistical Service) and P.S.C.S. (Public Service Commission of State) examinations. A large number of solved problems have been given in each chapter with a view to helping the students in solving numerical problems and, thus, familiarising them with different type of formulae used in statistical analysis. At the end of each chapter, a large number of problems with answers have been given under the heading Û÷Brain Teaser Ûª, providing plenty of opportunity for practicing skill, developing a sound understanding of the subject, and enabling the students to acquire self-confidence. Most of the solved examples as well as practice problems under Û÷Brain Teaser Ûª have been taken from the papers set by various universities in previous years as well as from the competitive examinations such as C.S.E., I.S.S., C.A., I.C.W.A., etc. The book will be indispensable for students and teachers of various disciplines where statistics is a part of the course and also for those who are preparing for various competitive examinations. Contents : Preface ÛÓVolume ÛÒ 1 ÛÓ1. Collection, Classification and Tabulation of Data (Diagrammatic and Graphic Representation); 2. Measures of Central Tendency; 3. Measures of Dispersion; 4. Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis; 5. Curve Fitting and Method of Least Squares; 6. Correlation Analysis; 7. Regression Analysis; 8. Multiple and Partial Correlation-Regression; 9. Interpolation and Extrapolation Printed Pages: 513. Seller Inventory # 70177
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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book Practical Statistics, in two volumes has been designed to cover a comprehensive course in statistics for the students of economics, statistics, commerce and the physical sciences. It presents a thorough treatment of statistical methods in such a way that a previous acquaintance with mathematics and statistics is not necessary. For the students of non-mathematical background, all the mathematical tools such as permutation, combination, set theory, factorial, etc. required for the study of probability have been properly dealt with. This book has been designed to be Û÷ready to use Ûª, i.e. it can be used even by those students who have not gone through any theoretical book on statistics. Each chapter begins with a brief introduction on the subject followed by formulae used, with explanation of terms. For better understanding of the subject, throughout the book, the lucidity of style and simplicity of expression have been maintained. The book is in two volumes and covers the entire syllabi prescribed for the statistics paper in undergraduate and postgraduate courses of Indian universities, as well as the courses prescribed in C.S.E. (Civil Service Examination), I.S.S. (Indian Statistical Service) and P.S.C.S. (Public Service Commission of State) examinations. A large number of solved problems have been given in each chapter with a view to helping the students in solving numerical problems and, thus, familiarising them with different type of formulae used in statistical analysis. At the end of each chapter, a large number of problems with answers have been given under the heading Û÷Brain Teaser Ûª, providing plenty of opportunity for practicing skill, developing a sound understanding of the subject, and enabling the students to acquire self-confidence. Most of the solved examples as well as practice problems under Û÷Brain Teaser Ûª have been taken from the papers set by various universities in previous years as well as from the competitive examinations such as C.S.E., I.S.S., C.A., I.C.W.A., etc. The book will be indispensable for students and teachers of various disciplines where statistics is a part of the course and also for those who are preparing for various competitive examinations. Contents : Preface ÛÓVolume ÛÒ 1 ÛÓ1. Collection, Classification and Tabulation of Data (Diagrammatic and Graphic Representation); 2. Measures of Central Tendency; 3. Measures of Dispersion; 4. Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis; 5. Curve Fitting and Method of Least Squares; 6. Correlation Analysis; 7. Regression Analysis; 8. Multiple and Partial Correlation-Regression; 9. Interpolation and Extrapolation Printed Pages: 1098. Seller Inventory # 70179
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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book Practical Statistics, in two volumes has been designed to cover a comprehensive course in statistics for the students of economics, statistics, commerce and the physical sciences. It presents a thorough treatment of statistical methods in such a way that a previous acquaintance with mathematics and statistics is not necessary. For the students of non-mathematical background, all the mathematical tools such as permutation, combination, set theory, factorial, etc. required for the study of probability have been properly dealt with. This book has been designed to be â?~ready to useâ?T, i.e. it can be used even by those students who have not gone through any theoretical book on statistics. Each chapter begins with a brief introduction on the subject followed by formulae used, with explanation of terms. For better understanding of the subject, throughout the book, the lucidity of style and simplicity of expression have been maintained. The book is in two volumes and covers the entire syllabi prescribed for the statistics paper in undergraduate and postgraduate courses of Indian universities, as well as the courses prescribed in C.S.E. (Civil Service Examination), I.S.S. (Indian Statistical Service) and P.S.C.S. (Public Service Commission of State) examinations. A large number of solved problems have been given in each chapter with a view to helping the students in solving numerical problems and, thus, familiarising them with different type of formulae used in statistical analysis. At the end of each chapter, a large number of problems with answers have been given under the heading â?~Brain Teaserâ?T, providing plenty of opportunity for practicing skill, developing a sound understanding of the subject, and enabling the students to acquire self-confidence. Most of the solved examples as well as practice problems under â?~Brain Teaserâ?T have been taken from the papers set by various universities in previous years as well as from the competitive examinations such as C.S.E., I.S.S., C.A., I.C.W.A., etc. The book will be indispensable for students and teachers of various disciplines where statistics is a part of the course and also for those who are preparing for various competitive examinations. Contents : Prefaceâ?"Volume â?" 1â?"1. Collection, Classification and Tabulation of Data (Diagrammatic and Graphic Representation); 2. Measures of Central Tendency; 3. Measures of Dispersion; 4. Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis; 5. Curve Fitting and Method of Least Squares; 6. Correlation Analysis; 7. Regression Analysis; 8. Multiple and Partial Correlation-Regression; 9. Interpolation and Extrapolation Printed Pages: 1098. Book. Seller Inventory # 70179BV
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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book Practical Statistics, in two volumes has been designed to cover a comprehensive course in statistics for the students of economics, statistics, commerce and the physical sciences. It presents a thorough treatment of statistical methods in such a way that a previous acquaintance with mathematics and statistics is not necessary. For the students of non-mathematical background, all the mathematical tools such as permutation, combination, set theory, factorial, etc. required for the study of probability have been properly dealt with. This book has been designed to be â?~ready to useâ?T, i.e. it can be used even by those students who have not gone through any theoretical book on statistics. Each chapter begins with a brief introduction on the subject followed by formulae used, with explanation of terms. For better understanding of the subject, throughout the book, the lucidity of style and simplicity of expression have been maintained. The book is in two volumes and covers the entire syllabi prescribed for the statistics paper in undergraduate and postgraduate courses of Indian universities, as well as the courses prescribed in C.S.E. (Civil Service Examination), I.S.S. (Indian Statistical Service) and P.S.C.S. (Public Service Commission of State) examinations. A large number of solved problems have been given in each chapter with a view to helping the students in solving numerical problems and, thus, familiarising them with different type of formulae used in statistical analysis. At the end of each chapter, a large number of problems with answers have been given under the heading â?~Brain Teaserâ?T, providing plenty of opportunity for practicing skill, developing a sound understanding of the subject, and enabling the students to acquire self-confidence. Most of the solved examples as well as practice problems under â?~Brain Teaserâ?T have been taken from the papers set by various universities in previous years as well as from the competitive examinations such as C.S.E., I.S.S., C.A., I.C.W.A., etc. The book will be indispensable for students and teachers of various disciplines where statistics is a part of the course and also for those who are preparing for various competitive examinations. Contents : Prefaceâ?"Volume â?" 1â?"1. Collection, Classification and Tabulation of Data (Diagrammatic and Graphic Representation); 2. Measures of Central Tendency; 3. Measures of Dispersion; 4. Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis; 5. Curve Fitting and Method of Least Squares; 6. Correlation Analysis; 7. Regression Analysis; 8. Multiple and Partial Correlation-Regression; 9. Interpolation and Extrapolation Printed Pages: 513. Book. Seller Inventory # 70177BV
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About this Item: B R Pub. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. Key note address: challenges for the statisticians in the new millennium/Padam Singh. Presidential address: ISMS-achievements and aspirations/V.G. Kaliaperumal. I. Statistical methods : 1. Accounting for correlation and compliance in cluster randomised trials/T. Loeys, S. Vansteelandt and E. Goetghebeur. 2. A comparative evaluation of odds ratio as obtained through the technique of density estimation and logistic regression/A. Mukherjee, A. Mathur and N.C. Saxena. 3. Effect of cluster sampling on estimation and testing of significance in population based case-control studies/T.C. Gupta and Padam Singh. 4. Estimation of relative risk under case control designs: comparison of SRSWOR and inverse sampling/Padam Singh and Tulsi Adhikari. 5. An approach to assess the linear trend among the means/T. Ramnath and H.N. Saiyad. II. Applications of statistical methods in health and development : 6. Estimation of prognosis in early neonates/N.K. Tyagi. 7. Multivariate statistical approach to measure undernutrition/Diwakar Khare. 8. A theoretical stochastic model for indirect assessment of human endurance fitness/S.S. Verma. 9. Simultaneous dose determination of component drugs in combined drug therapy/S.K. Mandal, M. Abbas and Mukesh Srivastava. 10. Testing profile in bioequivalence in anti-diabetic screening of new compounds/S.K. Mandal, M. Abbas and Mukesh Srivastava. 11. QTc interval in AMI and normal subjects-a statistical comparison/S.V. Kakade, R.N. Kadam, P.M. Durgawale, Y.R. Kadam and D.T. Shirke. 12. Variations in human development index of 419 pp. Seller Inventory # 43372
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Published by Agrobios, Jodhpur (2008)
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About this Item: Agrobios, Jodhpur, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Reprint. Contents Preface. List of contributors. 1. New opportunities in plant breeding/S.K. Gupta and H.R. Kalia. 2. Wheat/J.S. Bijral. 3. Brassica/S.K. Gupta. 4. Linseed/H.L. Thakur. 5. Sesame/A. Amirthadevarathinam. 6. Plantago ovata forsk/Manoj K. Dhar Sanjana Kaul and Sujata Jamwal. 7. Celery/D.K. Choudhary and B.L. Kaul. 8. Saffron/B.L. Kaul and Sushma Koul. 9. Pigeonpea/K.B. Saxena. 10. Cytogenetics of medics and forage pennisetums/Bhagmal and S.N. Tripathi. 11. Tomato/P.K. Kalia. 12. Garden pea/P.K. Kalia. 13. Cauliflower and Broccoli/P.K. Kalia. 14. Onion/P.K. Kalia. 15. Biotechnological approaches applications in crop improvement/R. Kaur D.R. Sharma and K. Kumar. 16. Quality parameters and their estimations in crop plants/S.K. Munshi and R.K. Raheja. 17. Chromosome techniques/A.K. Kou and Leena Padha. 18. Mutation breeding techniques in crop improvement/S.K. Sharma and T.R. Sharma. 19. Practical approaches to heterosis breeding/S.K. Gupta and B. Rai. 20. Techniques in breeding for disease resistance/Ashwani K. Basandari and Daisy Basandari. 21. Statistical techniques/Hussain Tahir and S.K. Gupta. Subject Index. The book on Plant Breeding -Theory and Techniques is the most modern and comprehensive book of plant breeding. Although there are excellent text books/edited books for graduate postgraduate and researchers yet the need of a book having the theoretical background of each crop and various techniques involved in the crop improvement for the undergraduate and graduate students has long been felt. The frontline scientists of different parts of the country have contributed chapters relative to their specialization. The first part of the book contains uptodate information on various crops viz. Wheat Brassica Linseed Sesame Sunflower Isabgol (Plantago ovata) Celery Safferon Medics and Forage Pennisetum Tomato Gardenpea Cauliflower Broccoli and Onion. The inclusion of topics like Safferon Celery and Isabgol marks the distinctness of the book. The various aspects of each crop viz. geographical distribution origin and evolution floral biology selfing & crossing techniques breeding objectives methods and accomplishments have been beautifully discussed. The second part of the book deals with various techniques used in the crop improvement for the development of new cultivars have been presented. Quality parameters and their estimation chromosome techniques mutation breeding techniques and practical approaches to heterosis breeding have been presented for the students who are engaged in the laboratory work. The inclusion of topics like disease resistance biotechnology and statistical techniques make the book uptodate and informative. The present state of knowledge breeding accomplishments and future strategies for each crop are highlighted. The principles and procedures for each techniques are discussed in stepwise manner so that the students could assimilate the matter very easily. It is hoped that students and practitioners of plant breeding will find this book very uptodate and enjoy the diversity of the contents. 402 pp. Seller Inventory # 68834
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Published by Agrotech Pub, Udaipur (2008)
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About this Item: Agrotech Pub, Udaipur, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Our contributors. Preface. 1. Oilseed scenario in India past present and future with special reference to rapeseed mustard/D.M. Hegde. 2. Rapeseed mustard in India current status and future prospects/Arvind Kumar. 3. History origin genetics and cytogenetics of rapeseed mustard/Shyam Prakash. 4. Taxonomy and botany of rapeseed mustard/A.K. Misra. 5. Genetic resource of rapeseed mustard conservation evaluation and utilization/A.K. Misra. 6. Breeding methods and varietal improvement in rapeseed mustard/J.S. Chauhan. 7. Hybrid development in rapeseed mustard/S.S. Banga. 8. Breeding for improved quality in Brassica oilseeds/S.S. Banga. 9. Analytical methods for estimation of quality parameters in rapeseed mustard/Satyanshu Kumar. 10. Recent advances in breeding for biotic stress resistance in rapeseed mustard/Rajbir Yadav. 11. Breeding for aphid resistance in rapeseed mustard/Dhiraj Singh. 12. Recent advances in breeding for abiotic stresses in rapeseed mustard/D. Kumar. 13. Physiological strategy to improve drought tolerance in crop plants A trait based approach for breeding/M.S. Sheshshayee. 14. Principles of seed production and DUS testing in rapeseed mustard/K.H. Singh. 15. Botany to comparative genomics of crop Brassicas/A.K. Singh. 16. Application of biotechnology for crop improvement/Rajbir Yadav. 17. Scope and problems of transgenic development in rapeseed mustard/N. Ghosh Dastidar and S.S. Varma. 18. Agro meteorology characterization of rapeseed mustard growing environment and crop planning/V.U.M Rao and Diwan Singh. 19. Agronomic requirements of rapeseed mustard and characteristics of agro ecological regions/Arvind Kumar. 20. Viable and potential rapeseed mustard based cropping systems in India/S.K. Sharma. 21. Judicious water management in rapeseed and mustard for enhanced water use efficiency/R.D. Misra and Rajeew Kumar. 22. Management of brackish/saline water and problem soil in rapeseed mustard/C.P.S. Chauhan. 23. Weed management in rapeseed mustard based cropping system/N.T. Yaduraju and J.S. Mishra. 24. Role of sulphur on the productivity of rapeseed mustard/N.S. Bhogal. 25. Integrated nutrient management in rapeseed mustard/B.S. Sinsinwar. 26. Role of micronutrients in enhancing rapeseed mustard productivity/Vinay Singh. 27. Prospects and problems of growing crops organically with special reference to rapeseed and mustard/B.S. Mahapatra Kishor Chilana and A. Misra. 28. Potential and problems of biofertilizers with emphasis on rapeseed mustard/R.P. Pareek. 29. Improving soil health and fertility for enhancing rapeseed mustard productivity/R.N. Pandey. 30. Growth development and yield of mustard crop/Maharaj Singh. 31. Useful agricultural implements (including plant protection equipment) and mechanization in rapeseed mustard production selection handling maintenance/S.S. Ahuja and Pramod Rikhi. 32. Identification of major diseases of rapeseed mustard their distribution and importance/A.K. Shukla. 33. Management of diseases of rapeseed mustard with special reference to Indian conditions/C. Chattopadhyay. 34. Partial resistance to alternaria blight of rapeseed mustard/S.J. Kolte. 35. Resistance to white rust in Brassica species with special reference to rapeseed mustard/R.P. Awasthi. 36. Screening techniques for insect resistance in Brassicas/G.C. Sachan. 37. Integrated insect pest management in rapeseed mustard (including safe handling of pesticides residues)/Y.P. Singh. 38. Retrospective and perspectives in insect pest management/H.C.L. Gupta. 39. Quarantine and biosafety issues in safe movement of rapeseed mustard/R.K. Khetarpal V. Celia Chalam and Kavita Gupta. 40. IPM strategies with reference to oilseed crops/Amerika Singh and Saroj Singh. 41. Use of covariance analysis for the estimation of missing data and error control in experiment/A.P. Mishra. 42. Statistical method to study the homogeneity of variance and pooled analysis in agricultural experiments/A.P. Mishra. 43. Emergence and salient features of. Seller Inventory # 68790
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Published by Agrotech, Udaipur (2009)
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About this Item: Agrotech, Udaipur, 2009. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Causes and influences of climate change and management of weather for sustainable agriculture/Venkatesh Bharadwaj. 2. Sustainable agriculture from green to evergreen revolution/Avdhesh K. Sharma. 3. Influence of global warming and climate change on agriculture/Anand K. Sharma. 4. Satellite observations in relation to climate change/N.R. Patel. 5. Impact adaptation and vulnerability of Indian agriculture to climate change/Padmakar Tripathi. 6. Climate change in the hilly regions/N.S. Murty and R.K. Singh. 7. Microclimates of Himalayan region and their effects on crop productivity/N.S. Murty and R.K. Singh. 8. Climate as a basis for zoning of an area/Suman Kumar. 9. Crop weather relationship and modelling/R.K. Singh and N.S. Murty. 10. Crop yield modeling using remotely sensed agrometeorological data/N.R. Patel. 11. Anthropogenic factors and climate change/J.P.N. Rai. 12. Influence of climate on formation and development of soil/H.N. Singh and S.K. Singh. 13. Influence of weather and climatic condition on soil fertility/Sobaran Singh. 14. Influence of climate on the microbial properties of soil/H.P. Singh. 15. Climate change and agricultural productivity/S.K. Saini and Amit Bhatnagar. 16. Influence of climate and weather on horticultural crops/L.D. Bisht. 17. Influence of climate and weather on vegetable crops/N.P. Singh. 18. Management of weather for sustainable horticultural vegetables and ornamental crops/N.P. Singh. 19. Influence of climate and weather on ornamental crops/Ranjan Srivastava. 20. Physical factors influencing weather and climate/B.R.K. Gupta. 21. Influence of climate on the distribution of forests/P.R. Rajput and Rajesh Kaushal. 22. Role of agro forestry in the Management of weather/B.C. Saini. 23. Climatic conditions influencing the forest fire and effect of forest fire on local weather/P.R. Rajput Rajesh Kaushal and Rekha Purohit. 24. Impact of climate change on agroecosystem and policy initiative/Uma Melkania and Asha Upadhyay. 25. Influence of past climate changes on societal adaptations socio political and ecological perspectives/Vir Singh. 26. Environmental consequences of tillage practices in rice wheat cropping system and their control measures/T.C. Thakur. 27. Influence of climate change on hydrological cycle/H.C. Sharma. 28. Climate associated stresses and their adaptational features in animals/S.K. Rastogi and J.P. Korde. 29. Management of weather for sustainable livestock production/Ashok Kumar. 30. Influence of climate and weather on poultry production/R.K. Sharma. 31. Management of weather for sustainable poultry production/R.K. Sharma. 32. Indian monsoon and weather forecasting for sustainable agriculture/R.K. Singh and N.S. Murty. 33. Influence of climate change on biogas production/T.K. Bhattacharya. 34. Breeding of crops for flood tolerance/M.Z.K. Warsi. 35. Genetic manipulation for inducing tolerance in plants against limited soil moisture and low temperature conditions/N.K. Singh and C.S. Kar. 36. Plant diseases in relation to climatic change/V.S. Pundhir and Sri Vinod K. Mehara. 37. Climate change and biodiversity/J.P.N. Rai. 38. Influence of climatic conditions on food quality/Y.K. Jha. 39. Microbiological changes in food grains during storage as affected by weather condition/S.M. Tyagi. 40. Irrigation as a tool of adverse weather management/H.C. Sharma. 41. Headwater flood control measures/J.K. Singh. 42. Influence of mulches and shelter belts in the management of ill effect of weather/H.S. Mishra. 43. Prevention of crops from frost and fog/Suman Kumar. 44. Estimation of methane and nitrous oxide in incubated soils by gas chromatograph/Venkatesh and Bharadwaj. 45. Use of statistical methods in the study of climate change/H. Ahmad. 46. Role of extension and communication in dissemination of weather based information among farmers/B.B. Singh. 47. Effective presentation skills some tips/Birendra Kumar. 48. Influence of climate and weather on fishery production/H.R. Singh. Seller Inventory # 72356
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Published by Daya, Delhi (2008)
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About this Item: Daya, Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. I. Cultivation 1. Micropropagation of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.)/Virendra Singh and Rajesh Kr. Gupta. 2. Propagation methods of Seabuckthorn in Canada/Thomas S.C. Li. 3. Propagation of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) in Ukrain/Andry F. Lebeda. 4. Plantation and management practices of Seabuckthorn/Thomas S.C. Li. 5. Commercial cultivation of Seabuckthorn in Western Siberia Russia/Yury A. Zubarev. 6. Management practices of Seabuckthorn Orchards in Ukrain/Andry F. Lebeda. 7. Experiment on Aerial Seeding of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) in Loess Plateau China/Li Daiqiong Liang Yinin Cang Xinhai and Chen Yunming. II. Genetics and breeding 8. Statistical correlation of characteristics in Seabuckthorn genetic and ecological aspects/G.M. Skuridin. 9. Sexual Phenotypes and their dependence on seed colour in Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.)/M.I. Lbova. 10. Anato Morphological studies on the first leaf of Seabuckthorn seedlings and its application for the applied selections/E. Yu. Masayeva. 11. Introduction and cultivation of Hippophae salicifolia at Lower Altitude/Lu Rongsen and Cao Yaling. 12. Analysis of hereditary variations in main characters of Seabuckthorn Hybrid Progenies/Yuzeyuan Lixingguo Huojunwei. 13. Seabuckthorn Breeding for ecological and economic improvement/J. Zhengpin W. Xiufeng and L. Shunguang. 14. Study on Hybridization between Russian and Chinese varieties of Seabuckthorn/Lu Rongsen and Meng Fanlin. 15. Androhermaphroditism in Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhasmnoides L.)/G.M. Skuridin. III. Diseases and pests 16. Integrated management of the main diseases and pests of Seabuckthorn/Youqing Luo Shixiang Zong and Zhichu Xu. 17. Pests diseases and weeds of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) in China/Dong Jin Ming Fdan Ren Jun Guo Zheng Xin and Cao Man. 18. Longiorn (Asias haladendri) and its control in Seabuckthorn in China/Fan Renjun Dong Jingming Cao Man and Liu Ying. IV. Biochemistry 19. Compounds related to sensory properties of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.)/Katja Tiitinen and Heikki Kallio. 20. Composition and medicinal properties of Seabuckthorn juice/A. Zeb and I. Khan. 21. Fatty acid composition of fruit pulp and seed oils of some high yielding forms of Seabuckthorn in Indian Himalayas/Virendra Singh Rajesh Kr. Gupta Shishir Tandon and R.C. Sawhney. 22. Dynamics of Neutral Lipids accumulation during ripening of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) fruits/A.G. Vereshchagin and V.D. Tsydendambaev. 23. Biochemical changes in Flovonoids during ripening of Seabuckthorn berries and leaves/L.X. Hua and L.H. Zhang. V. Pharmacology 24. Protective and therapeutic potentials of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.)/S. Geetha M. Basu A.S. Jayamurthy A.S. Malhotra K. Pal R. Prasad R. Kumar and R.C. Sawhney. 25. Seabuckthorn oils Mucous membranes and Sjogren's Syndrome with special reference to latest studies/Baoru Yang and Risto Erkkola. 26. Supercritical CO2 extracted Seabuckthorn pulp oil and seed oil improve blood microcirculation/Baoru Yang Ying Wu Qiujuan Liu Bingwen Wang Jun Kang Junxian Wang and Heikki Kallio. 27. Hippophae rhamnoides an effective mitigator of Gamma Radiation induced immunosuppression/Madhu Bala H. Prakash and H.C. Goel. 28. Healing potential of Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) on normal and impaired wounds a review/A. Gupta R. Kumar N.K. Upadhyay and R.C. Sawhney. 29. Gastric ulcers in animals and the role of Seabuckthorn in its management/S.P. Tyagi and A.C. Varshney. 30. Oleosome fractions separated from Seabuckthorn berries yield and stability studies/C. Socaciu C. Mihis and A. Noke. 31. Valorization of Seabuckthorn Oleosome Fractions as Cosmetic Formulations stability studies/C. Socaciu S. Tichonova A. Noke and H.A. Diehl. 32. Complex study on Seabuckthorn as a source for production of the Anti Viral Drug Hiporhamin/V.A. Bykov O.N. Tolkachev V.I. Morozov O.P. Sheichenko V.I. Sheichenko L.D. Shipulina and L.V. Krepkov. Seller Inventory # 64909
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Published by Atlantic (2012)
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About this Item: Atlantic, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Vol. I: Preface. 1. Collection, Classification and Tabulation of Data (Diagrammatic and Graphic Representation). 2. Measures of Central Tendency. 3. Measures of Dispersion. 4. Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis. 5. Curve Fitting and Method of Least Squares. 6. Correlation Analysis. 7. Regression Analysis. 8. Multiple and Partial Correlation-Regression. 9. Interpolation and Extrapolation. Vol. II: 10. Probability. 11. Sampling theory. 12. Theory of estimation. 13. Theory of test of significance. 14. Chi-square test. 15. Tests of significance based on t, F and z distributions. 16. Time series analysis. 17. Analysis of variance (ANOVA). 18. Index numbers. 19. Association of attributes. The book Practical Statistics, in two volumes has been designed to cover a comprehensive course in statistics for the students of economics, statistics, commerce and the physical sciences. It presents a thorough treatment of statistical methods in such a way that a previous acquaintance with mathematics and statistics is not necessary. For the students of non-mathematical background, all the mathematical tools such as permutation, combination, set theory, factorial, etc. required for the study of probability have been properly dealt with. This book has been designed to be ready to use , i.e. it can be used even by those students who have not gone through any theoretical book on statistics. Each chapter begins with a brief introduction on the subject followed by formulae used, with explanation of terms. For better understanding of the subject, throughout the book, the lucidity of style and simplicity of expression have been maintained. The book is in two volumes and covers the entire syllabi prescribed for the statistics paper in undergraduate and postgraduate courses of Indian universities, as well as the courses prescribed in C.S.E. (Civil Service Examination), I.S.S. (Indian Statistical Service) and P.S.C.S. (Public Service Commission of State) examinations. A large number of solved problems have been given in each chapter with a view to helping the students in solving numerical problems and, thus, familiarising them with different type of formulae used in statistical analysis. At the end of each chapter, a large number of problems with answers have been given under the heading Brain Teaser , providing plenty of opportunity for practicing skill, developing a sound understanding of the subject, and enabling the students to acquire self-confidence. Most of the solved examples as well as practice problems under Brain Teaser have been taken from the papers set by various universities in previous years as well as from the competitive examinations such as C.S.E., I.S.S., C.A., I.C.W.A., etc. The book will be indispensable for students and teachers of various disciplines where statistics is a part of the course and also for those who are preparing for various competitive examinations. Seller Inventory # 109870
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Published by New India Publishing Agency (2014)
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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. Foreword. 1. Application of bioinformatics in agriculture/D. Velmurugan. 2. Statistical data mining-concepts, tools and techniques for bioinformatics/Ravi R. Saxena, Ritu R. Saxena, Akash Solanki and M.L. Lakhera. 3. Prediction of 3D: Structure of proteins using artificial neural networks/K. Meena. 4. A genomic approach to study the insect mitochondrial evolution by non coding LSU and SSU rRNA/S. Gifta Lorraine, Christy Jancy Joy P., Arul Samraj D. and Priyakumari Joyce C. 5. Analysis of microarray gene expression data/M. Balakrishnan, R.C. Srivastava and M. Ramachandran. 6. A novel sequence encoding method for searching rareness among consensus DNA sequences/K. Meena, K. Menaka, T.V. Sundar and K. R. Subramanian. 7. Statistical methods for genomic sequence and microarray analysis/A.K. Roy and S.R. Martha. 8. Significance of insect genomics in agro ecosystems/R.W. Alexander Jesudasan. 9. Bioinformatics tools in fish molecular modeling/Grinson George, K.Sarma, S. Dam Roy and Mukunda Goswamy. 10. Structural bioinformatics goals and challenges/Mayank Pokhriyal and M. Balakrishnan. 11. Database for animal genetic resources of A &N Islands/M. Balakrishnan, S. Jeyakumar, R.C. Srivastava, Mayank Pokhriyal and Soma Mondal. 12. A database for medicinal plants used in treatment of asthma/K. Balaji, M. Rajadurai, G. Vidhya, A. Krithika, E. Hudson, Vidya Murali, M. Ramya, Anusha Bhaskar and V. Stanley. 13. In-silico determination of potential drug target for curing meningococcal disease- bioinformatics study on penicillin- binding proteins/Vijay Tripathi, Dwijendra Gupta and Navita Srivastava. 14. Text mining: potential applications in bioinformatics/M. Balakrishnan, R.C. Srivastava, S.K. Zamir Ahmed and Subhash Chand. 15. Diversity and antibacterial activity of coral associated actinomycetes/P. Nithyanand, S. Manju and S. Karutha Pandian. 16. Decision tree and its application in bioinformatics/Rajni Jain and Amarendra Kumar Mishra. 17. Database for algae resources in Andaman and Nicobar Islands/M. Balakrishnan. 18. Bioinformatics of natural antibiotics/S. Rajarajan, M. Yogambal, K. Sangeetha. 19. PhytopathoSys v1.0: A phytopathology information system/M. Balakrishnan, R.C. Srivastava, Michael Imanual Jesse and M. Ramachandran. 20. Multiple gene expression profiles of chemically induced Parkinson disease: implication in neuroprotection mechanism offered by Nicotine and Caffeine/Kavita Singh, M.P. Singh and M. Balakrishnan. 21. Development of databases on freshwater aquaculture/A.K. Roy and Nibedita Jena. 22. Proteomics and bioinformatics/A. Subash Chandira Bose, R. Venkateshwaran and M. Balakrishnan. 23. Data mining and its applications in bioinformatics soma/Mondal and M. Balakrishnan. 24. Molecular phylogenic location of the Indian liver fluke, Fasciola (Trematoda: Fasciolidae) based on the ribosomal internal transcribed spacer regions/P. K. Prasad, V. Tandon, D.K. Biswal, L.M. Goswami and A. Chatterjee. 25. Prediction of amino acid levels in protein sequences using artificial neural networks/K.Meena and M. Manimekalai. 26. Applying new data mining method of rough sets to predict protein structural class/K. Meena and M. Durairaj. 27. Plant systems biology/G. Ramesh Kumar, CP Rajadurai and M. Ramachandran. 28. Bio-efficacy of indigenous bacillus thuringiensis LDC-9 against insect pest and its characterization through In-silico approach/R. Shenbagarathai and A. Mahalakshmi. 29. Molluscan resources and its management measures in Andaman & Nicobar Islands/S.N. Sethi, M. Balakrishnan, S. Chand and B.Varghese. Seller Inventory # 113553
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Published by New India Pub Agency (2008)
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About this Item: New India Pub Agency, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents Foreword/M.K. Bhan. Foreword/S. Ayyappan. Preface. Contributors. Bioinformatics 1. Growth of Biotechnology Information System network (BTISnet) in India/T. Madhan Mohan. 2. Capacity building for knowledge management in aquaculture research/A.K. Roy and Nirupama Panda. 3. Data generation resources for bioinformatics/P. Das. 4. Correspondence analysis in study of genomic sequence of Labeo Rohita/A.K. Roy and Sushma R. Martha. 5. Statistical design and analysis of microarray data of carps/A.K. Roy Chinmayee Sahoo and Sushma R. Martha. 6. Recent biotechnological approaches in fish disease diagnosis/P.K. Sahoo. 7. Present trends in aquaculture probiotics/S. Mohanty and N.K. Maiti. 8. Infection and immunity of brood carps/P. Swain P.K. Nanda and S. Dash. 9. Induced breeding experiments of an Indian major carp Labeo rohita a cause effect study/S.D. Gupta and S.C. Rath. 10. Freshwater prawn aquaculture status and scope/Bindu R. Pillai. 11. Artificial propagation and cryoconservation of fishes/P. Routray. 12. Methods of assessment of microbial population and their role in aquatic ecosystem/N.K. Maiti R.N. Mandal and S. Mohanty. 13. Present scenario of ornamental fish farming and trade/Saroj K. Swain. 14. Spatial information technology in aquaculture and inland fisheries/M.N. Reddy G.P. Reddy and B.S. Sontakki. 15. Role of GIS and remote sensing in inland fisheries development/Sanjeev Kumar Sahu. 16. Computer based advanced tools for soil water management in aquaculture/Subhendu Adhikari and Bibhudatta Mishra. 17. Non invasive methods of fish freshness determination by electronic olfaction/Nabarun Bhattacharya Bipin Tudu Rajib Bandopadhyaya and Devdulal Ghosh. 18. Nanotechnology and its impact on aquaculture/Fahima Dilnawaz and Sanjeeb K. Sahoo. 19. Design and development of fisheries data mart in India/Anil Rai K.K. Chaturvedi and P.K. Malhotra. 20. Application of software in molecular marker data analysis/P.K. Meher A. Barat and P. Das. 21. Softwares relevant in fisheries and aquaculture research/A. Antony and A.K. Roy. 22. Networking professionals through discussion forums on the virtual platform/Lakshmi Murthy. 23. Mapping of fish research in India/D.B. Ramesh and S. Mohanty. Statistics 24. Statistical tests applied to aquaculture research/Rabi N. Subudhi. 25. Some statistical procedures useful for analysis testing and interpretation of aquaculture data/G.R. Maruthi Sankar. 26. Design and analysis of aquaculture experiments using statistical softwares/Ravi R. Saxena. 27. Some standard sampling techniques and use of auxiliary information in fishery surveys/Ajit Kumar Das and Rajendra Nath Das. 28. Biometrical techniques in aquaculture experiments/Ritu R. Saxena and Ravi R. Saxena. 29. Statistical programs in quantitative genetics and selective breeding studies of fish/Kanta Das Mahapatra. 30. Quantitative methods in limnology research/Snehasish Mishra. 31. Analysis of aquaculture data using computers/P.K. Satapathy and A. Antony. Economics 32. Fish production function and environmental sustainability/Kumar Das and S.T. Rout. 33. Quantitative methods in aquaculture economics research/K.N. Sahoo. 34. An econometric analysis of Shrimp farming/P.K. Katiha and Chinmoy Chakraborty. 35. Econometric approach for estimation of technical efficiency of aquaculture farms/A.K. Roy and Nibedita Jena. 36. Aquaculture market intelligence system/T. Ravisankar A.G. Ponniah and M. Krishnan. 37. Project evaluation techniques for estimation of research benefits of fisheries research/A.K. Vasisht. 38. Impact assessment of fisheries research concepts and measurement/G.P. Reddy M.N. Reddy and B.S. Sontakki. 39. Priorities decisions and evaluation of fisheries management and governance of the floodplain wetlands in India/Nagesh K. Barik. 40. Linear programming in fish diet formulation/Nibedita Jena Nirupama Panda and D.P. Rath. 41. IPR issues and fisheries research/Meenakshi Prajneshu and Abhinav Pragya. 42. Fisheries legislation and policy in India. Seller Inventory # 69319
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Published by Today and Tomorrows Printers and Publishers (2018)
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About this Item: Today and Tomorrows Printers and Publishers, 2018. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: 1. Statistical techniques in biological studies/P. K. Sahu. 2. Current Status of the family cucurbitaceae in Bihar with reference to its uses/Gopal Krishna and Anand Kumar. 3. Diversity of algae, Fungi, Lichens and Non-flowering and flowering plants of India: an overview/P. Lakshmi Narasimhan and W. Arisdason. 4. Application of a PCR-Based DNA marker in the assessment of arsenic genotoxicity/Parimal Kumar Khan. 5. Nematode Diseases of major medicinal and aromatic crops and its bio-management/Rakesh Pandey, Rupali Gupta and Akanksha Singh. 6. Conservation of wild nutmegs in western ghats/Sujana K. A.,R. Saravanan and S. Nagaraju. 7. Dark Septate endophytic fungi- a unique root endo-symbiont/Sikha Dutta, Avishek Sarkar and Rebeca Ghanta. 8. Trichoderma Spp : Nature s Giftto Mankind/Ratul Moni Ram and H.B. Singh. 9. Photoprotective property of three plant derived extracts/Swastika Banerjee, Moumita Das, Sumita Mondaland Abhijit Bandyopadhyay. 10. Role of trees in pollution abatement/Veena Chandra. 11. Micropropagation and in Vitroconservation of Variability inrice Landrace Jhingasail of eastern India/Ashim Chakravorty. 12. Application of plant tissue culture in conservation of rare, endangered and endemic species/Ashiho A. Mao. 13. Exploration of macro- morphological and micro- morphological structures of cypselae In ten species of the tribe anthemideae (Asteraceae)/Abhijit Shil and Sobhan K. Mukherjee. 14. Microscopic analysis of cypselar features in five species of the tribe Astereae (Asteraceae)/Madhushri Das Datta and Sobhan Kr Mukherjee. 15. A Checklist of the flora of Saranda forest division/Hari Shankar Lal, Kartik Pramanik, Sharmistha Ganguly and Vinay Ranjan. 16. Development of simple methodology for assessment of clonal stability of tissue culture raised date palmplant using inter simple sequence repeat (Issr) Marker/Nitish Kumar, Arpan Modi, Bhavesh Gajera Andnarayan Subhash. 17. Floristic Assessment of Udhwa Lakebird Wildlife Sanctuary, Sahibganj,Jharkhand/Onkar Nath Maurya.18. Cypselar Morphology of twenty three species of the family compositae/Dipanwita Das, Bidyut Kumar Jana Andsobhan Kr. Mukherjee. 19. The dynamic confluence of plants systematics and biotechnology:A Reassessment/D. K. Verma, S.A. Dand and H. K. Chourasia. 20. Transgenic Plants: Methods and current innovations/Bishun Deo Prasad, Diksha Kumari, Sangita Sahni and Tushar Ranjan. 21. Emerging technologies for crop improvement/R. S. Singh, Kumari Rekha, A. K. Pal, P. K. Singh, Ujjwal Kumar and D.Thakur. 22. Biological control of wilt disease of D. Sissoo through soil amendment with trichoderma and organic nutrients/R. S. Mishra, H. K. Chourasia and A. K. Roy. 23. Biophysics : A tool for metabolic profiling in plant systematics/Sanjay K. Choudhary. 24. A Comparative Study of petal venation of Sida Rhombifolia L. and Sida Cordifolia L./Satarupa Nath and Sobhan Kumar Mukherjee. 25. In Vitro antimycotic effect of daturaleaf extracts against fusarium causing wilts in some crop plants/V. Jalander and B.D. Gachande. 26. Pgpr in plant development : abiotechnological approach/Tamanna Sultana and Arup Kumar Mitra. 27. Scanning tunelling microscopeas a modern tool for study of surface morphology of solids/S. N. Choudhary. 28. Problems and prospects of Makhana cultivation in Katihar District of Bihar/Meenu Sodi and Sanjib Kumar. 29. Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)For Plant Genetic resource and Crop varieties in India/Ashish Ranjan, Pawan Kumar and Alok Kumar. 30. Statistical computing in bio-statistics with Spss/Nesar Ahmad. 31. Systematic Botany : challanges and opportunities/Alok Kumar, Pawan Kumar and Ashish Ranjan. 32. Systematic account of family musaceae in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands/Lal Ji Singh, Sanjay Mishra, Vivek, C. P. Andgautam Anuj Ekka. 33. Benefits, advantages and applications of biotechnology in agriculture-an overview/H. K. Chourasia and D. P. Mishra. 34. Plant biotechnology and its application in fruit crops/ Pawan Kumar, Alok. Seller Inventory # 126638
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