Statistical Methods for the Analysis of Biomedical Data, 2nd Edition
* Organized by problem rather than method, so it guides readers to the correct technique for solving the problem at hand.
Preface to the 2002 Edition.
2. Descriptive Statistics.
3. Basic Probability Concepts.
4. Further Aspects of Probability for Statistical Inference: Sampling, Probability Distributions, and Sampling Disctributions.
5. Confidence Intervals and Hypothesis Testing: General Considerations and Applications.
6. Comparison of Two Groups: t-Tests and Rank Tests.
7. Comparison of Two Groups: Chi-Square and Related Procedures.
8. Tests of Independence and Measure of Association for Two Random Variables.
9. Least-Square Regression Methods: Predicting One Variable from Another.
10. Comparing More Than Two Groups of Observations: Analysis of Variance for Comparing Groups.
11. Comparing More Than Two Groups of Observations: Rank Analysis of Variance for Group Comparisons.
12. Comparing More than Two Groups of Observations: Chi-Square and Related Procedures.
13. Special Topics in Analysis of Epidemiologic and Clinical Data: Studying Association Between a Disease and a Characteristic.
14. Estimation and Comparison of Survival Curves.
15. Multiple Linear Regression Methods: Predicting One Variable from Two or More Other Variables.
WILLIAM R. CLARKE, PhD, is a Professor of Biostatistics at the University of Iowa College of Public Health.
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