I found the book engaging, intuitive, and with a coverage and pace that is perfect for a first statistics course for students in biology. --Allen J. Moore, University of Exeter
An introduction to statistics that is both accessible in its content and compelling in its examples. --Patrick Phillips, University of Oregon
The authors' approach to teaching statistics truly makes the appropriate connections to the kinds of problems and data biological researchers will encounter today. --Grace Wyngaard, James Madison University
About the Author
Michael Whitlock is Professor of Biology in the Department of Zoology at the University of British Columbia. He is an expert in population genetics, especially in the evolution of spatially structured populations. Dolph Schluter is Professor and Canada Research Chair and Director of the Biodiversity Research Center at the University of British Columbia. He is known for his work in evolutionary ecology, especially speciation in three-spined sticklebacks.