Statistics' role in research is to build the skills in research design , analysis of its data and drawing conclusions from it. Most studies result in a large amount of raw data that must be reduced sufficiently so that the researcher can read conveniently and used it for further analysis. Clearly any research worker can not neglect the science of statistics, even though he might not have the experience to use statistical methods in all their details and ramifications. Classification and tabulation, as stated earlier, achieve this objective to some extent, but we have to go a step further and develop certain indices or measures to summarize the collected/classified data.
Eman Abo Elfadl
Dr. Eman A. Abo Elfadl, Assistant professor of bio-statistics, faculty of Veterinary medicine, Mansoura University. Department of Animal husbandry and development of animal wealth. I had More than 13 year experience in teaching statistics, bio-statistics and experimental studies. I published more than 20 papers in the field of biostatistics.
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veterinary research, parametric test, non parametric test, Sampling
MATHEMATICS / Statistics