Applied Statistics: Principles and Examples

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There are many books which set out the more commonly used statistical methods in a form suitable for applications. There are also widely available computer packages for implementing these techniques in a relatively painless way. We have in the present book concentrated not so much on the techniques themselves but rather on the general issues involved in their fruitful application. The book is in two parts, the first dealing with general ideas and principles and the second with a range of examples, all, however, involving ...