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Statistics in Human Genetics and Molecular Biology
|Dewey Subject Code:||872|
Aimed at the beginning graduate student in statistics, biostatistics, computer science, and related fields in applied mathematics this book is positioned at an interesting place. It presumes that the student has had a good grounding in linear algebra and basic calculus along with some study of general statistics where calculus is used. It then presents a graduate level course in statistics, but specialized in those statistical procedures which have proven useful in the biological sciences.
As such the book spends time on just those techniques rather than being a general course in statistics. The unifying theme revolves around the basic questions: What does this segment of DNA do and which segment of DNA does that.
Along the way the book gives the student some background in biology, computer science, statistics and bioinformatics that enables him to understand just what it is that he is trying to accomplish and that subsequently he can use this knowledge when facing actual problems found in research.
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