Medical Uses of Statistics, Second Edition

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CRC Press, Mar 1, 1992 - Mathematics - 480 pages
Explains the purpose of statistical methods in medical studies & analyzes the statistical techniques used by clinical investigators, with special emphasis on studies published in The New England Journal of Medicine. Clarifies fundamental concepts of statistical design & analysis & facilitates the understanding of research results.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1
22
Emerson and Graham A Colditz
45
Chapter 4
61
Crossover and SelfControlled Designs in Clinical Research
83
Chapter 6
105
Chapter 7
121
ANALYSIS
159
Chapter 10
182
Chapter 12
233
Stephen Lagakos
281
Contingency Tables in Medical Studies
293
Chapter 16
330
Chapter 18
349
The Importance of Beta the Type II Error and Sample Size in
357
Chapter 21
394
Chapter 13
422

Chapter 11
199

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