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  • Title Statistics for Health, Life and Social Sciences
  • Author(s) Denis Anthony
  • Publisher: Ventus Publishing ApS
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  • eBook: PDF
  • Languages: English
  • ISBN-10: N/A
  • ISBN-13: 978-8776817404
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This is a practical book. It is aimed at people who need to understand statistics, but not develop it as a subject. The typical reader might be a postgraduate student in health, life, or social science who has no knowledge of statistics.

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