Holmes, Moody & Dine: Research Methods for the Biosciences 2e
Welcome to the additional material that supports the second edition of Research Methods for the Biosciences. The material is organized into a number of sections and grouped for students and for lecturers below.
Many of the exercises and questions in both the lecturer and student area use ideas from our own students' studies and we would like to acknowledge the hard work of Bruce Bostock, Caroline Brevitt, Ian Childs, Lyndsey Collins, Ellen Compton, Adrian Culling, Cecilia Dean, Catherine Duchak, Simon Handley, Natalie Link, Sean Macauley, Simerjeet Matharu, Kestutis Rasimavicius and Susan Watt. In addition we would like to thank Anna Walker for her contribution to the development of the risk assessment form.
We welcome your comments on this online material. If we have not covered everything you would find helpful please do let us know and send us your feedback.
Debbie Holmes, Pete Moody & Diana Dine
We would like to thank Minitab for providing us with their software (version 14 for Windows). We have also used Excel 2000 and SPSS 14.0 for Windows.
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