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In about four months I will start helping out in a bee research center. For this job, anyone with a background in science or lab-work can apply and its mainly to help doing the tedious little things here and there, but because of my background in mathematics, they asked me whether I could help them with some data analysis. I have a solid understanding of probability theory and statistics, but on a purely theoretical level. So I would like to prepare myself for this task.

What would be a good book for someone with a decent understanding of probability theory and statistics wishing to learn practical data analysis?

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For someone with background in probability and statistics, Applied linear statistical models by Kutner et. al. seems really good. It covers linear regression models in detail, with all the necessary mathematical vigor and practical examples.

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