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Open Access funded by China National Rice Research Institute Under a Creative Commons license Abstract There has been a significant advancement in the application of statistical tools in plant pathology during the past four decades. These tools include multivariate analysis of disease dynamics involving principal component analysis, cluster analysis, factor analysis, pattern analysis, discriminant analysis, multivariate analysis of variance, correspondence analysis, canonical correlation analysis, redundancy analysis, genetic diversity analysis, and stability analysis, which involve in joint regression, additive main effects and multiplicative interactions, and genotype-by-environment interaction biplot analysis. The advanced statistical tools, such as non-parametric analysis of disease association, meta-analysis, Bayesian analysis, and decision theory, take an important place in analysis of disease dynamics. Disease forecasting methods by simulation models for plant diseases have a great potentiality in practical disease control strategies.

The statistical analysis of the contribution

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The statistical analysis of the contribution

It provides individuals with the official recognition and documentation necessary to establish legal identity, family relationships and civil status. A statistical database, containing approximately data series, is updated twice a year March and October and made available online where users can download and manipulate data through a set of visualization tools.Application of Statistical Tools for Data Analysis and Interpretation in Rice Plant Pathology ☆.

There has been a significant advancement in the application of statistical tools in plant pathology during the past four decades. These tools include multivariate analysis of disease dynamics involving principal component analysis, cluster analysis, factor analysis, pattern analysis, discriminant analysis, multivariate analysis of variance, correspondence analysis, canonical correlation.

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History. The historical roots of meta-analysis can be traced back to 17th century studies of astronomy, while a paper published in by the statistician Karl Pearson in the British Medical Journal which collated data from several studies of typhoid inoculation is seen as the first time a meta-analytic approach was used to aggregate the outcomes of multiple clinical studies.

In the discussions of Chapters 7 and 8 basic statistical treatment of data will be considered. Therefore, some understanding of these statistics is essential and they will briefly be discussed here.

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The approach relies on fault tree analysis for identifying all potential failure causes and. A Web site designed to increase the extent to which statistical thinking is embedded in management thinking for decision making under uncertainties.

The main thrust of the site is to explain various topics in statistical analysis such as the linear model, hypothesis testing, and central limit theorem.

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