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Conditional inference is a branch of statistical inference in which observed data is reduced using either sufficient or ancillary statistics. This often simplifies inference about the parameters. In comparison to full ...
The development of Neo-traditional religion: The Baganda experience.
(University of Aberdeen, Scotland, 1980)
Kiganda traditional religious experience has no name because the experience is far too pervasive to be narrowed down to a specific system which could be defined separately from the rest of life experiences. In this ...
The Chemical Composition of Haplochromis spp.
(Loughborough University of Technology, 1981)
The Haplochromis genus constitutes about 80% by weight of the fish in Lake Victoria yet only small amounts are utilised directly for food. There are over 150 species of Haplochromis, in the lake forming a species flock ...