An accessible, integrated treatment of mathematical models in biology, the statistical techniques for fitting and testing them, and associated computer methods. Properties of models, and of methods of fitting and testing them, are demonstrated by computer simulation and illustrated by biological examples.Commands to print out Poisson probability distributions for various parameter values e.g. X =mean=l (after first starting Minitab as in Example 3.5). ... SET C 1 Ac #Read into C 1 values 0:5.0/0.1 Ac #for evaln. of pdf END Ac #end input PDF CI;Ac #printpdfatCI EXPONENTIAL 0.5. ... Central Limit Theorem Code to generate 500 samples of size 1, 4, 8, 16 from the following distributions, and plot the histograms ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Computing examples supplement to Models in biology--mathematics, statistics, and computing|
|Author||:||David Brown, Peter Rothery|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Son Ltd - 1993|