Primer of biostatistics

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McGraw Hill, 1992 - Medical - 440 pages
The book focuses on practical areas of statistics in terms of their relevance to biomedical applications-statistical hypothesis testing & estimation, illustrative examples & challenging problems, culled from the recent biomedical literature, highlight the discussions throughout & help to foster a more intuitive approach to biostatistics. Packaged with the book or available separately, a Software Program (IBM or Apple) offers an easy-to-use, menu-driven program which performs 17 commonly used statistical tests featured in the Third Edition of Primer of Biostatistics.

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Biostatistics and Clinical Practice
How to Summarize Data
How to Test for Differences between Groups

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About the author (1992)

Stanton A. Glantz, Ph.D., Lisa A. Bero, Ph.D., Peter Hanauer, LL.B., and Deborah E. Barnes, B.A., are affiliated with the Institute for Health Policy Studies, the Department of Medicine, and the Division of Clinical Pharmacy at the University of California, San Francisco. John Slade, M.D., is with the Department of Medicine at St. Peter's Medical Center and the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Brunswick, New Jersey.

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