## Statistics at Square OneThe new edition of this international bestseller continues to throw light on the world of statistics for health care professionals and medical students. Revised throughout, the 11th edition features new material in the areas of - relative risk, absolute risk and numbers needed to treat
- diagnostic tests, sensitivity, specificity, ROC curves
- free statistical software
The popular self-testing exercises at the end of every chapter are strengthened by the addition of new sections on reading and reporting statistics and formula appreciation. |

### What people are saying - Write a review

I liked this book for its coverage of many important and commonly used statistical tools and tests.

However, I found myself tearing my hair out over things that were not clearly explained. It seems that one would need to be very statistically savvy, and it feels like a review of statistical tests rather than "Square One". You probably should be prepared to refer to other texts.

It assumes knowledge in several areas, and as a final year medical student and having done a year of genetics research, I think the book is unclear rather than the reader being uninformed.

Good review of important statistical tests that you want to know about, but the explanations are a bit of a let down. It's probably very reasonable for its size, but I'd probably choose another text to firmly grasp concepts.

### Contents

9 | |

Summary statistics for quantitative data | |

Summary statistics for binary data | |

Populations and samples | |

Statements of probability and confidence | |

Formula appreciation | |

The ttests | |

Further methods | |

Rank score tests | |

Correlation and regression | |

Survival analysis | |

Common questions | |

Use of computer software | |

Answers to exercises | |

Appendix | |

Diagnostic tests | |