Biostatistics: a foundation for analysis in the health sciences

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Wiley, Feb 14, 1983 - Mathematics - 534 pages
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This classic text takes an applied and computer-oriented approach to its topical coverage. The book is intended for one or two semester courses in biostatistics at the undergraduate or graduate level offered by departments of biostatistics, statistics, mathematics, nursing and other allied health disciplines, and is also used in some departments of forestry and animal husbandry. Nearly all the examples and exercises make use of real data from actual research projects and reports from health sciences literature. Where appropriate, Minitab, SPSS and SAS commands and printouts are included as part of the examples and solutions to exercises.

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Contents

Organizing and Summarizing Data
1
Some Basic Probability Concepts
36
Probability Distributions
63
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