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Meta-analysis

Using spreadsheets for statistics

Guide to fairly good graphs

Presenting data in tables

Getting started with SAS

Choosing a statistical test

See the
*Handbook* for information on these topics.

Salvatore S. Mangiafico

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Contents

- Introduction
- Purpose of this book
- The Handbook for Biological Statistics
- About the author
- About R
- Obtaining R
- A Few Notes to Get Started with R
- Avoiding Pitfalls in R
- Help with R
- R Tutorials
- Formal Statistics Books

- Tests for Nominal Variables
- Exact Test of Goodness-of-Fit
- Power Analysis
- Chi-square Test of Goodness-of-Fit
- G–test of goodness-of-fit
- Chi-square Test of Independence
- G–test of Independence
- Fisher’s Exact Test of Independence
- Small Numbers in Chi-square and G–tests
- Repeated G–tests of Goodness-of-Fit
- Cochran–Mantel–Haenszel Test for Repeated Tests of Independence

- Descriptive Statistics
- Statistics of Central Tendency
- Statistics of Dispersion
- Standard Error of the Mean
- Confidence Limits

- Tests for One Measurement Variable
- Student’s t–test for One Sample
- Student’s t–test for Two Samples
- Mann–Whitney and Two-sample Permutation Test
- Chapters Not Covered in This Book
- Type I, II, and III Sums of Squares
- One-way Anova
- Kruskal–Wallis Test
- One-way Analysis with Permutation Test
- Nested Anova
- Two-way Anova
- Two-way Anova with Robust Estimation
- Paired t–test
- Wilcoxon Signed-rank Test

- Regressions
- Correlation and Linear Regression
- Spearman Rank Correlation
- Curvilinear Regression
- Analysis of Covariance
- Multiple Regression
- Simple Logistic Regression
- Multiple Logistic Regression

- Multiple Tests
- Multiple Comparisons

- Miscellany
- Chapters Not Covered in This Book

- Other Analyses
- Contrasts in Linear Models
- Cate–Nelson Analysis

- Additional Helpful Tips
- Reading SAS Datalines in R

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Meta-analysis

Using spreadsheets for statistics

Guide to fairly good graphs

Presenting data in tables

Getting started with SAS

Choosing a statistical test

See the
*Handbook* for information on these topics.

©2015 by Salvatore S. Mangiafico.

Rutgers Cooperative
Extension, New Brunswick, NJ.

Organization of statistical tests and selection of examples for these
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__Citation:__

Mangiafico, S.S. 2015. *An R Companion for the Handbook of Biological
Statistics*, version 1.3.2.

rcompanion.org/rcompanion/. (Pdf version:
rcompanion.org/documents/RCompanionBioStatistics.pdf.)