Most introductory statistics textbooks are written either in a highly mathematical style for an intended readership of mathematics undergraduate students, or in a recipebook style for an intended audience of nonmathematically inclined undergraduate or postgraduate students, typically in a single discipline hence, "statistics for biologists", "statistics for psychologists", and so on. An antidote to techniqueoriented service courses, this book is different. It studiously avoids the recipebook style and keeps algebraic details of specific statistical methods to the minimum extent necessary to understand the underlying concepts. Instead, the text aims to give the reader a clear understanding of how core statistical ideas of experimental design, modelling and data analysis are integral to the scientific method. Aimed primarily at beginning postgraduate students across a range of scientific disciplines (albeit with a bias towards the biological, environmental and health sciences), it therefore assumes some maturity of understanding of scientific method, but does not require any prior knowledge of statistics, or any mathematical knowledge beyond basic algebra and a willingness to come to terms with mathematical notation. Any statistical analysis of a realistically sized dataset requires the use of specially written computer software. An Appendix introduces the reader to our opensource software of choice, R, whilst the book's webpage includes downloadable data and R code that enables the reader to reproduce all of the analyses in the book and, with easy modifications, to adapt the code to analyse their own data if they wish. However, the book is not intended to be a textbook on statistical computing, and all of the material in the book can be understood without using either R or any other computer software.
About Peter J. Diggle
Amanda Chetwynd is ProViceChancellor for the Student Experience and Professor of Mathematics and Statistics at Lancaster University. Before joining Lancaster University she held a PostDoctoral position in the Mathematics Department at the University of Stockholm. She has published three books and around 80 refereed articles. Amanda was awarded a National Teaching Fellowship in 2003 and in 2005 led Lancaster's successful bid for a Postgraduate Statistics Centre of Excellence in Teaching and Learning.Details Book
Author  :  Peter J. Diggle 
Publisher  :  Oxford University Press 
Data Published  :  11 August 2011 
ISBN  :  0199543194 
EAN  :  9780199543199 
Format Book  :  PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT 
Number of Pages  :  192 pages 
Age +  :  18 years 
Language  :  English 
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