Primer of Biostatistics: Sixth Edition

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McGraw Hill Professional, Apr 15, 2005 - Medical - 520 pages
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Focuses on practical areas of statistics in terms of their relevance to biomedical applications, statistical hypothesis testing and estimation. Illustrative examples and challenging problems, culled from recent biomedical literature, highlight the discussions throughout and help foster a more intuitive approach to biostatistics. Features new 2-color graphs to better illustrate principles and a new, 2-color design Packaged with or without the book, the software program offers an easy-to-use menu driven program which performs over 15 commonly used statistical tests featured in the text, or input your own algorithms.

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In my opinion this book is a helpful source in particular for students who speak English as their second language but have to study statistics in Egnlish: this book is clear in its explatations and examples, it can be strongly recommended!

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Ottimo libro di biostatistica.
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The best biostatistics book.

Contents

Biostatistics and Clinical Practice
1
How to Summarize Data
11
How to Test for Differences between Groups
40
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Stanton A. Glantz, PhD: Professor of Medicine, also Member, Cardiovascular Research Institute, Institute for Health Policy Studies, and Cancer Center, University of California, San Francisco.

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