6 edition of Instant Notes in Mathematics and Statistics for Life Scientists (Instant Notes) found in the catalog.
January 13, 2006 by Taylor & Francis .
Written in English
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Mathematics for the Life Sciences is as useful as it is stimulating."-- Rita Colwell, University of Maryland Institute for Advanced Computer Studies "This book does an admirable job of covering the mathematical topics that are essential for studying and analyzing biological systems. ISBN ISBN Showing 1–9 of results. Sale! Basic Statistics for Business and Economics 8th Edition Text Book.
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Are you an author. /5(3). Instant Notes in Mathematics and Statistics for Life Scientists is aimed at undergraduate life science students who need to improve or brush-up their mathematical and statistical skills to a level which will make the quantitative components of.
Book Description. Instant Notes in Mathematics and Statistics for Life Scientists is aimed at undergraduate life science students who need to improve or brush-up their mathematical and statistical skills to a level which will make the quantitative components of most undergraduate biological courses accessible.
Get this from a library. Mathematics and statistics for life scientists. [A Mackenzie] -- This series focuses on core information and is designed to help students get to grips with a subject quickly and easily.
Each title is written in an easy-to-follow manner by respected academics and. I would totally recomend this book.
Unlike other books that are intended to be helpful for life scientists, i consider this book really useful if you are, for exaple a biologist, not only because it includes many good biological examples but unlike other maths books, every chapter is very clearly explained/5(5).
The basic premise of this book is that there is a lot of mathematics that is useful in some life science context and can be understood by people with a limited background in calculus, provided it is presented at an appropriate level and connected to life science ideas.
This is a mathematics book, but it is intended for non-mathematicians. Math. About The Book: Vol. 2 of a monumental 4-volume set covers mathematics and the physical world, mathematics and social science, and the laws of chance, with non-technical essays by and about scores of eminent mathematicians, economists, scientists, and others.
Individual articles by Galileo Galilei, Gregor Mendel, Thomas Robert Malthus, and many. A better book than I originally gave it credit for, and an amazingly educational book for me.
The writing was good and clear, and there was surprisingly little mathematics in a book that is titled The Mathematics of Life. What Stewart did was deal in concepts, which you can actually more readily do in higher mathematics/5. The second edition of Instant Notes in Bioinformatics has been restructured to provide material for informatics students irrespective of their chosen field and shows how these generic informatics skills are being applied to most aspects of the life sciences, and not simply molecular biology where it first flourished.
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The second edition of Instant Notes in Bioinformatics introduced the readers to the themes and terminology of bioinformatics. It is divided into three parts: the first being an introduction to bioinformatics in biology; the second covering the physical, mathematical, statistical and computational basis of bioinformatics, using biological examples wherever /5(3).
Math Refresher for Scientists and Engineers, Third Edition is intended for people with technical backgrounds who would like to refresh their math skills. This book is unique because it contains in one source an overview of the essential elements of a wide range of mathematical topics that are normally found in separate texts.
The Mathematics of Life is a popular science book by mathematician Ian Stewart, on the increasing role of mathematics in biology. Overview. Stewart discusses the mathematics behind such topics as population growth, speciation, brain function, chaos theory, game theory, networking, symmetry, and animal coloration, with little recourse to equations.
He identifies six Author: Ian Stewart. Aulay MacKenzie is the author of Instant Notes in Ecology ( avg rating, 33 ratings, 1 review, published ) and BIOS Instant Notes in Mathematics a /5.
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Ian Stewart commences the proceedings in The Mathematics of Life by claiming that five great “revolutions” have altered the way in which scientists think about life: the “invention of the microscope, the systematic classification of the planet’s living creatures, the theory of evolution, the discovery of the gene, and the discovery of the structure of DNA” (p.
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Mathematics of life: Unlocking the secrets of existence By Ian Stewart Mathematicians and physicists have long fought over the big names. Newton. He was one of us, the physicists claim, with his studies of gravity, light and motion.
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In his characteristically clear and entertaining fashion, Stewart /5(2). life science studies, but many students lack a mathematical back- ground and some even dread taking an introductory statistics course. Using a refreshingly clear and. Mathematics of Life is a much more serious book.
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This book is primarily designed as a textbook for an introductory course. Life scientists may also use it as a reference to find mathematical methods suitable to their research problems.
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"Statistics for Life Science" is a series of two books in statistics for students majoring in the life sciences. The emphasis is on methods for drawing conclusions from biological data.
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