Table of contents for Design and analysis of ecological experiments / edited by Samuel M. Scheiner and Jessica Gurevitch.

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1. Theories, Hypotheses, and Statistics, Samuel M. Scheiner
2. Power Analysis and Experimental Design, Robert J. Steidl and Len Thomas
3. Exploratory Data Analysis and Graphic Display, Aaron M. Ellison
4. ANOVA: Experimental Layout and Analysis, Catherine Potvin
5. ANOVA and ANCOVA: Field Competition Experiments, Deborah E. Goldberg and Samuel M. Scheiner
6. MANOVA: Multiple Response Variables and Multispecies Interactions, Samuel M. Scheiner
7. ANCOVA: Nonparametric and Randomization Approaches, Peter S. Petraitis et al
8. Repeated-measures Analysis: Growth and Other Time-dependent Measures, Carl N. von Ende
9. Time Series Intervention Analysis: Unreplicated Large-scale Experiments, Paul W. Rasmussen et al
10. Nonlinear Curve Fitting: Predation and Functional Response Curves, Steven A. Juliano
11. Logit Modeling and Logisitic Regression: Aphids, ANts and Plants, Ted Floyd
12. Path Analysis: Pollination, Randall J. Mitchell
13. Failed-time Analysis: Studying TImesto Events and Rates at Which events Occur, Gordon A. Fox
14. The Bootstrap and the Jackknife: Describing the Precision of Ecological Indices, Philip M. Dixon
15. Spatial Statistics: Analysis of Field Experiments, Jay M. Ver Hoef and Noel Cressie
16. Mantel Tests: Spacial Structure in Field Experiments, Marie-Josee Fortin and Jessica Gurvitch
17. Payesian Statistics: Estimating Plant Demographic Parameters, James S. Clark and Michael Lavine
18. Meta-analysis: Combining the Results of Independent Experiments, Jessica Gurevitch and Larry V. Hedges

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Ecology -- Statistical methods.
Experimental design.