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Introduction to Biometry


Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. Pierre Jolicoeur
    Pages 1-2
  3. Pierre Jolicoeur
    Pages 9-19
  4. Pierre Jolicoeur
    Pages 20-29
  5. Pierre Jolicoeur
    Pages 30-35
  6. Pierre Jolicoeur
    Pages 36-37
  7. Pierre Jolicoeur
    Pages 38-39
  8. Pierre Jolicoeur
    Pages 82-88
  9. Pierre Jolicoeur
    Pages 89-93
  10. Pierre Jolicoeur
    Pages 102-107
  11. Pierre Jolicoeur
    Pages 108-123
  12. Pierre Jolicoeur
    Pages 124-133

About this book


Statistical methods are becoming more important in all biological fields of study. Biometry deals with the application of mathematical techniques to the quantitative study of varying characteristics of organisms, populations, species, etc. This book uses examples based on genuine data carefully chosen by the author for their special biological significance. The chapters cover a broad spectrum of topics and bridge the gap between introductory biological statistics and advanced approaches such as multivariate techniques and nonlinear models. A set of statistical tables most frequently used in biometry completes the book.


ANOVA Fisher's linear discriminant Normal distribution Poisson distribution Variance analysis of variance best fit correlation growth curve statistics

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Biological ScienceUniversity of MontrealMontrealCanada

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