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Statistics with confidence: confidence intervals and statistical guidelines

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Statistics with Confidence is a widely acclaimed classic introduction to confidence intervals. The second edition, with contributions from leading medical statisticians, has been thoroughly revised and expanded.<br/><br/>New chapters include:<br/><br/>* diagnostic studies.<br/>* clinical trials and meta analyses.<br/>* confidence intervals and sample sizes.<br/><br/>The Windows computer software (CIA) in the accompanying disk enables confidence intervals to be calculated using the methods described in the book. This comprehensive collection of methods includes some that are not readily available elsewhere.<br/><br/>Featuring methods for using confidence intervals, illustrative worked examples and helpful checklists this is a truly practical guide for clinical readers to a fundamental aspect of medical statistics

Topics: HA, QA76
Publisher: BMJ Books
Year: 2000
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.soton.ac.uk:393017
Provided by: e-Prints Soton
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