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If you're involved in electrochemistry, sooner or later someone is going to expect you to make quantitative sense out of your data. If you have to analyze your data via a computer, these books are for you.

"Numerical Recipes. The Art of Scientific Computing" by Press, Teukolsky, Vetterling, & Flannery  NEW EDITION 

For the scientist, this book is better than a degree in mathematics. Yes, there are C++ code snippets here for everything from FFT to statistics, but that is only part of the value of this book. The concepts and equations are generally well presented, but as tools, not as theorems to be proven. In many ways, the code examples are secondary. I confess to having translated their C code for an FFT into Visual Basic, but I also find this book better for statistics than many mathematics books on the subject. The math presented here is meant to be used. If you are involved in the quantitative evaluation of your data, this book belongs on your bookshelf, even if you are not the one doing the programming.

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"Fitting Models to Biological Data Using Linear and Nonlinear Regression" by Motulsky & Christopoulos

I got this book so I could learn more about deciding which of two models fit my data better, and it has several chapters that speak directly to that question. Although this book has some of the flavor of "How to use GraphPad Software's Prism," there's still plenty of good stuff here.

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