For the Record #2: Statistics

To continue the rarely updated For the Record series, this post archives a collection of books on statistics that I have encountered for my own use and for teaching purposes. Please do add your recommendations to the comments.
  • Statistics Without Tears – Rowntree
  • How To Lie With Statistics – Huff
  • The Cartoon Guide to Statistics – Gonick & Smith
  • Practical Statistics for Experimental Biologists – Wardlaw
  • Choosing and Using Statistics – Dytham
  • Fundamentals of Behavioral Statistics – Runyon & Haber
  • Principals and Procedures of Statistics – Steel & Torrie
  • Biometry – Sokal & Rohlf

About JFDerry

Writer. Darwin, science & more. 4 books: Piospheres, Darwin in Scotland, Serial Killers. Current project is THE DISSENT OF MAN. Born near London, raised near Primrose Hill and in Lincolnshire, and studied at the Universities of Bangor, York and Edinburgh for degrees in Biochemistry, Bioelectronics and Biological Computation, and a PhD in African Ecology. Mainly working in British and African universities, but also in Spain, Brussels, Mongolia and Australia, to date, publication history is mostly in academic journals, on aspects of computational biology, pastoralism and on Charles Darwin and evolution. However, also written for several national newspapers, various governments, several major record labels and independent book publishers. Fiction has appeared at the Edinburgh International Book Festival and poetry is at the Human Genre Project. Lives in Edinburgh, with partner and their two daughters.
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