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Statistical Analyses
One of the most common uses of R is for statistical analysis of data. There are a number of references available describing analyses such as regression, analysis of variance, nonparametric analyses, and resampling approaches in R. Applications of statistical analyses are also illustrated in the following
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Modeling Plant Disease Progress Over Time
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Modeling Dispersal Gradients
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Introduction to Spatial Analysis
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Disease Forecasting and Validation for Plant Pathology.
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