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This volume's lucid and lively style generates a working knowledge of statistical inference and cognate testing procedures. A practicing archeologist, Thomas sets out to achieve the goal of producing a useful, readable text targeted specifically for readers interested in the various sub- disciplines of anthropology. The chapters follow the order and content of many other introductory statistics books but are given an anthropological twist by the inclusion of a wide range of definite anthropological examples. Thomas provides a relevant context so that readers can draw on their own rich experiences to help them learn and understand the practical application of statistics in modern anthropological studies. His pertinent, scholarly, and imaginative examples are sure to enliven the study of mathematical procedures by nonmathematicians. [via]