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Statistical Testing with R

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This is a very clear, logically structured and comprehensive guide to statistical testing using R. With a worked example for every test, it coincidentally teaches the beginner the basics of programming in easy steps. Choosing the clearest methods, this is great for people in a hurry. Seriously recommended.
           - Aikaterini Kossaridou, Compliance Officer


A selection of reviews of previous statistics books by Cole Davis

Cole Davis presents the clearest explanations for the concepts underlying the most useful statistical tests. He provides great guidance on the steps required to perform the tests, and the justification for these steps. His writing flows yet he does not pass over difficult ideas with jargon, as is often the case with statistics books. Rather he supplies the reader with useful analogies and comparisons in everyday language that aid understanding.
           - Andrew Smart, neuroscientist and author of Autopilot

Cole Davis contributes significantly to the understanding of statistics; the clarity of his writing, his ability to explain statistical nuances shines through.
           - Steven Chan, Professor of Surgery, University of Melbourne

Statistics without Mathematics series - General Editor: Cole Davis

ISBN numbers: Hardback - 978-1-9164779-7-1 Paperback - 978-1-9164779-6-4
                          Ebook (EBSCO library edition) - 978-1-9160636-1-7

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