# Manual Statistical Methods in Bioinformatics: An Introduction

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## Statistical Bioinformatics with R - 1st Edition

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I would recommend the book highly. It should help statisticians understand the emerging field of bioinformatics and serve as an introduction to bioinformatics for a statistician. It is clearly and interestingly written and is well organized and has comprehensive references to the literature.

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The writing style is excellent …. It is … truly a reference book for statistical methods in bioinformatics …. So I strongly recommend the book to both molecular biologists and statisticians …. It admirably meets its objectives in this respect and is to be recommended. The authors do a fine job of emphasising the false discovery rate ….

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## Statistical methods in bioinformatics

It is a good reference for multidisciplinary research teams in bioinformatics and students on some specialised taught courses. Mwitondi, Journal of Applied Statistics, Vol. JavaScript is currently disabled, this site works much better if you enable JavaScript in your browser. Statistics for Biology and Health Free Preview. Buy eBook. Buy Hardcover.