We’ve posted excerpts from the book on the book website. The excerpts include Chapter 3 (regression and ANOVA) in its entirety. This demonstrates how the entries (the generic descriptions of software functions) and the worked examples reinforce each other.

We’ve also posted selected entries from each of the other chapters, describing probability distributions and random variables, two sample comparisons (T-tests, Wilcoxon rank-sum test, Kolmogorov-Smirnov test, median test), linear mixed models for correlated data (including general correlation, random intercepts and slopes, and more complex structures), graphics (scatterplots, histograms, saving plots as PDF), and power calculations (analytic and Monte Carlo).

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