Resources Statistics and experimental design



  • Festing, MFW et al, The Design of Animal Experiments; Reducing the use of animals in research through better experimental design, Laboratory Animal Handbooks no. 14, 2002, Laboratory Animals ltd, Royal Society of Medicine Press Limited
  • Freedman D, Pisani   R, Purves R, 1997, Statistics, 3 rd edition,   WW Norton & Co.
  • Oehlert GW, 2000, A First Course in Design and Analysis of Experiments,   WH Freeman & Co
  • Samuels ML, Witmer JA, 2003, Statistics for the Life Sciences, 3 rd edition,   Prentice Hall
  • Course: Statistics for Laboratory Scientists (Biostatistics 140.615-616, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg Sch. Pub. Health)

Journal articles

  • Festing MFW, Reduction of animal use: experimental design and quality of experiments, Laboratory Animals, 1994, vol. 28, page 212-221.
  • Festing MFW, Variation and experimental design, SCAW Newsletter, 1995, vol. 18(3), page 3-9.
  • Festing MFW, Guidelines for the design and statistical analysis of experiments in papers submitted to ATLA, ATLA, 2001, vol. 29, page 427-446.
  • Festing MFW, Lovell DP, Reducing the Use of Laboratory Animals in Toxicological Research and testing by better experimental Design, Journal of the Royal Statistic Society B,   58 (1), page 127-140
  • Mann MD, Crouse DA, Prentice ED, Appropriate animal numbers in biomedical research in light of animal welfare considerations.   Laboratory Animal Science, 1991, vol.41 (1), page 6-14.

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