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I bought this book for a survey course I am sitting in so as to learn genetics. This book does comprehensively review the subject and its literature, but it lacks so much as one completed example problem. Statistics is, after all, about getting the numbers right. I think this is the first time I've ever seen a book with "statistics" in its title that does not show the reader how to get the numbers right.
Don Champagne, Ph.D. (statistics & economics)
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