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Statistical modelling in R. / Aitkin, Murray; Francis, Brian; Hinde, John; Darnell, Ross.

Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2009. 568 p. (Oxford Statistical Science Series).

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Aitkin, M, Francis, B, Hinde, J & Darnell, R 2009, Statistical modelling in R. Oxford Statistical Science Series, Oxford University Press, Oxford.

APA

Aitkin, M., Francis, B., Hinde, J., & Darnell, R. (2009). Statistical modelling in R. (Oxford Statistical Science Series). Oxford University Press.

Vancouver

Aitkin M, Francis B, Hinde J, Darnell R. Statistical modelling in R. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009. 568 p. (Oxford Statistical Science Series).

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Aitkin, Murray ; Francis, Brian ; Hinde, John ; Darnell, Ross. / Statistical modelling in R. Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2009. 568 p. (Oxford Statistical Science Series).

Bibtex

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