[BiO BB] stats book
idoerg at burnham.org
Thu Oct 23 12:04:57 EDT 2003
I am not sure what exactly you are looking for, i.e. what applications
of statistics in molecular biology intereset you.
A generally good introduction to statistics: Biostatistical Analysis /
For computational biology, there aer several good statistics books,
again that depends on what you want to do. A good book for probabilistic
Biological Sequence Analysis / Durbin, Eddy, Krogh & Mitchison
Introductory, but gets practical very quick.
Another book which people here like but I haven't had a chance to look at:
Statistical methods in Bioinformatics / W.J. Ewens & G.R. Grant
See also the FAQ:
Richard Harrington wrote:
> could anyone recommend a good molecular biology statistics book
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