Principles of Experimental Design for the Life Sciences
By Selwyn, Murray R.
|Record number:||13712 (legacy id: 8170)|
Without relying on the detailed and complex mathematical explanations, this book teaches how to design, conduct and interpret life science studies. The reader learns about planning biomedical studies, the principles of statistical design, sample size estimation, common designs in biological experiments, sequential clinical trials, high dimensional designs and process optimization, and the correspondence between objectives, design and analysis. Each of these important topics is presented in an understandable and non-technical manner. The book also includes real-life examples from the author's 25-year biostatistical consulting career.
Comments & References: First Edition. 176 pages. Hardcover. Suitable for those interested in statistics. Parts of this book may be read online here. For Instructors: Request an e-inspection copy from CRC Press. Also available from Braintree Scientific, Inc., Item B16, US$57.56.
Price: US$67.46; £47.99
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