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Handbook of Biological Statistics By John McDonald
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This is the 296-page, third edition of the Handbook of Biological Statistics. You can view the entire content for free at www.biostathandbook.com, download a free pdf from... More > www.biostathandbook.com/HandbookBioStatThird.pdf, or buy it here. The pdf and printed versions are formatted for print and omit the decorative pictures of the web version, but otherwise the content is the same. I make it available in print as a convenience to you, not as a money-maker for me, so don't feel obligated to buy it.< Less
Statistical Problems in Genetics and Molecular Biology By Norman Drinkwater, Carter Denniston
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This book evolved from the notes for a course of the same title that we’ve taught for the last eighteen years at the University of Wisconsin to graduate students in cancer biology, genetics,... More > molecular biology, and other biomedical programs. We concentrate on a class of statistical methods, so-called nonparametric statistics, which requires us to make very few assumptions regarding the model that gives rise to the data. These methods are also attractive because they are usually simple to apply and have considerable intuitive appeal.< Less
Statistics With Applications to Gambling, Biology, Business and Other Stuff By Steve Feremonti
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This little book is a brief and a "direct to the point" guide to learning statistics. Wherever possible, many difficult concepts have been explained in the simplest way without loss of... More > content. The idea is to take a full semester of undergraduate statistics topics and remove all of the extra "fluff". Many "real world" application problems such as gambling, biology, business and psychology (among other topics) have been included and worked out in full detail. A very minimal knowledge of algebra would be helpful but not required.< Less
STATISTICS OF EXTREME VALUES By Rajendra G Gurao
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The phrase biodiversity hotspot was coined by the British biologist Norman Myers in 1988 for a geographic region that exhibits exceptionally high proportion of endemic plants and experiences serious... More > levels of loss in natural habitat. The word biodiversity is a contracted form of the term biological diversity. After a general acceptance of the term hotspot for locations that show exceptional characteristics, It became common to use the term in different domains of investigation. Some of the most common usages are found in the studies of environmental hotspots, hazard hotspots, disease hotspots, accident hotspots, crime hotspots, and so on. The Food and Agricultural Organization stated However it is viewed, the hotspots concept can be used to identify situations that, if left unattended, could prove harmful, both to the environment and to those dependent on it to describe an environmental hotspot. A hazard hotspot is a part of the Earth that is very dangerous.< Less
Linear Regression By Homework Help Classof1
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Linear regression was the first type o0f regression analysis to be studied rigorously and to be used extensively in practical applications. This is so because the model which depends linearly on... More > their unknown parameters are much easier to fit than the models are non linearly related to their parameters and because their statistical properties of the resulting estimators are much easier to determine.< Less
Disaster & Recovery Planning A Guide for Facility Managers Fifth Edition By Joesph Gustin
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Newly revised and updated, this best-selling book devoted to exploring the complexities of disaster preparedness and business continuity, now includes the latest information on the threats associated... More > with dirty bombs, as well as chemical and biological agents and weapons. Also updated in this edition are disaster planning and recovery issues, regulatory influences and emergency preparedness. This text speaks both to disaster prevention, as well as "controlling" the effects of a disaster on a company's operations. Statistics are presented which exemplify the outcome of past disaster/emergency declarations such as Hurricane Katrina. Other critical areas covered include statistical data on workplace violence, regulator influence, effective mitigation strategies, contingency planning, loss prevention, facility evacuation, employee training, computer and data protection, bomb threat response, standby power, self-inspection, enlisting the media's assistance in recovery planning, and more.< Less
The Truth About Stress By Ade Asefeso MCIPS MBA
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It seems like you hear it all the time from nearly every one you know – “I’m SO stressed out!” Pressures abound in this world today. Those pressures cause stress and... More > anxiety, and often we are ill-equipped to deal with those stressors that trigger anxiety and other feelings that can make us sick. Literally, sick. The statistics are staggering. One in every eight Americans and British age 18-54 suffers from an anxiety disorder. This totals over 21 million people! Research conducted by the National Institute of Mental Health has shown that anxiety disorders are the number one mental health problem among American women and are second only to alcohol and drug abuse by men. Women suffer from anxiety and stress almost twice as much as men. Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in America, surpassing even depression in numbers. Anxiety is the most common mental health issue facing adults over 65 years of age.< Less
Studies on Complex Systems By Sisto Firrao
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The author gives his contribution to the solution of important problems related to the setting of an organization theory of complex systems and shows the applications resulting from it in important... More > fields of knowledge, such as biological, the psychological and sociological. He shows how traditional concepts of science are upset. In particular, certain results of Clausius in thermodynamics and of Boltzmann in statistical physics, the formulation of the problem of the order formation in isolated systems, the theory of the galaxies formation, certain aspects of the theory of evolution, the organization of the immune system, then important aspects of psychic and social systems.< Less
Studies on Complex Systems By Sisto Firrao
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The author gives his contribution to the solution of important problems related to the setting of an organization theory of complex systems and shows the applications resulting from it in important... More > fields of knowledge, such as biological, the psychological and sociological. He shows how traditional concepts of science are upset. In particular, certain results of Clausius in thermodynamics and of Boltzmann in statistical physics, the formulation of the problem of the order formation in isolated systems, the theory of the galaxies formation, certain aspects of the theory of evolution, the organization of the immune system, then important aspects of psychic and social systems.< Less
Disaster & Recovery Planning: A Guide for Facility Managers, Sixth Edition By Joesph F. Gustin
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The new edition includes an overview of natural disasters, a summary of most current weather events and new coverage of computer and data protection expanded to include cyber attacks on the private... More > sector, and information on managing data privacy. Also included is the latest information on dirty bombs, and chemical and biological agents and weapons, disaster planning and recovery issues, regulatory influences and emergency preparedness. This reference speaks to the issues of prevention, as well as "controlling" the effects of a disaster on a company's operations. In addition, statistics cover various disaster/emergency declarations including Hurricane Katrina. Other critical areas covered include statistical data on workplace violence, effective mitigation strategies, contingency planning, loss prevention, facility evacuation, employee training, chain of command, checklists, computer and data protection, and more.< Less