Linear modelling by least squares is one of the most basic statistical methods. It finds wide application in areas such as multiple regression, modelling of cross-classified data, probit analysis, and many others. The calculations involved in investigating the data often require computer handling, and this book provides a thorough introduction to GLIM, one of the most widely available--and powerful--computer packages for this purpose. The book is intended to be an accessible guide, emphasizing the practical aspects of analysing complex data. Little previous statistical knowledge is assumed, and with many illustrative examples it will make an ideal desktop companion for all those involved in the analysis of statistics, including students and researchers in medicine and agriculture, economics, social science, industry and commerce.Healy, M. J. is the author of 'GLIM: An Introduction' with ISBN 9780198522256 and ISBN 0198522258.