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Statistics: A Biomedical Introduction

By: Byron W Brown and Myles Hollander
Statistics: A Biomedical Introduction
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This book provides the basic methods of introductory statistics, focusing on real-life examples from medicine, public health, and the natural sciences. Probability, hypothesis testing, estimation, analysis of contingency tables, regression analysis, and analysis of variance are presented in a nonmathematical format and provide a basis for understanding statistics.

This foundation is expanded to include such important topics in biomedical statistics as design and implementation of clinical trials, statistical evaluation of diagnostic tests, methods of randomization, and methods of analyzing survival data with incomplete observations.

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By: Byron W Brown and Myles Hollander
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