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Computer Methods Part A, Volume 454

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The combination of faster, more advanced computers and more quantitatively oriented biomedical researchers has recently yielded new and more precise methods for the analysis of biomedical data. These better analyses have enhanced the conclusions that can be drawn from biomedical data, and they have changed the way that experiments are designed and performed.
This volume, along with previous and forthcoming 'Computer Methods' volumes for the Methods in Enzymology serial, aims to inform biomedical researchers about recent applications of modern data analysis and simulation methods as applied to biomedical research.


Cyclic And Computer Generated Designs

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Cyclic and Computer Generated Designs is a much-expanded and updated version of the well-received monograph, Cyclic Designs . The book is primarily concerned with the construction and analysis of designs with a number of different blocking structures, such as revolvable designs, row-column designs, and Latinized designs. It describes how appropriate and efficient designs can be constructed through the use of cyclic methods and recently developed computer algorithms. In this new edition, a greater emphasis is given to the construction and properties of resolvable block and row-column designs.
A general theory for single, fractional and multiple replicate factorial designs is presented. Cyclic methods are used to construct most of these designs. Some new work on the use of computer algorithms for setting out factorial experiments in row-column designs is described.
All the designs discussed can be analyzed using the generalized least squares theory given in the book. Two experiments, with analyses, are described in detail.


Colorful Owls On A Branch Computer Paper

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Use this adorable and delightful Colorful Owls on a Branch design to promote your classroom theme! So many uses to liven up projects, writing assignments, class newsletters and more! Add style to personalized awards, letters and lists--the possibilities are endless! Look for coordinating products in this design to create this popular classroom theme! Comes in 50 sheets per pack.


Renewal - Reconnecting Soviet Jewry To The Soviet People

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Seven decades of severe Soviet cultural-religious suppression and two world wars had isolated and demolished the once flourishing Jewish communities behind the Iron Curtain. When the era of Glasnost and Perestroika presented an opportunity for world Jewry to reestablish its lost ties with the three of four million Jews still living throughout the former Soviet Republics, it was unknown whether there was any hope for some kind of Jewish community renewal. The story of how the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, a voluntary, humanitarian organization supported by American Jewry, made its entry into the isolated, poverty-stricken world, is a dramatic one. Beginning with only a few highly motivated and experienced workers, contact was made through music, literature, food packages, and religious holiday celebrations. Local Jewish leadership emerged and was encouraged. Plans for community development through social, religious, educational and welfare services were made and implemented. With the guidance of AJJDC and its dedicated community workers came rehabilitation and renewal.


The Oldies' Guide To Using A Computer

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A humorous little book that contains anecdotes and quotes of computer illiteracy. Rather than guiding the reader through steps on how to do something on the computer, this book takes a more sarcastic approach of telling them what not to do in order to avoid annoying the people around them, or more specifically, computer nerds like myself. If you were looking for an actual guide to using a computer, this isn't the book for you. Although, there are some small tips contained within the pages of this book. All in all, this book is meant to be a bit of fun, so please do not take it too seriously, or even take offence if you feel that the anecdotes and quotes are describing similar activities that you yourself have carried out.



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