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Hardbound. this primary quantity within the sequence is dedicated to the realm of study of variance (ANOVA), which used to be constructed by means of R.A. Fischer and others, and has emerged as a crucial department of records. the main priceless thoughts in univariate and multivariate ANOVA are coated during this quantity. The chapters are written by way of sought after staff within the box for folks who're now not experts at the subject. the quantity is of price to the entire facts group, in addition to to scientists in different disciplines who're attracted to statistical method. the amount is devoted to the reminiscence of the past due Henry Scheffé.

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