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Main Title Biostatistical methods : the assessment of relative risks /
Author Lachin, John M.,
Publisher Wiley,
Year Published 2000
OCLC Number 42921384
ISBN 0471369969; 9780471369967
Subjects Medical statistics. ; Health risk assessment--Statistical methods. ; Medicine--Research--Statistical methods. ; Biometry. ; Data Interpretation, Statistical. ; Risk Assessment--methods. ; Models, Statistical. ; Statistische methoden. ; Geneeskunde. ; Biostatistik.--(DE-588)4729990-3 ; Biometrie.
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EKBM  RA409.L33 2000 Research Triangle Park Library/RTP, NC 08/30/2002
Collation xvii, 529 pages ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents Notes
"Biostatistical Methods focuses on the assessment of risks and relative risks on the basis of clinical investigations. It develops basic concepts and derives biostatistical methods through both the application of classical mathematical statistical tools and more modern likelihood-based theories." "The first half of the book presents methods for the analysis of single and multiple 2 x 2 tables for cross-sectional, prospective, and retrospective (case-control) sampling, with and without matching using fixed and two-stage random effects models. The text then moves on to present a more modern likelihood- or model-based approach, which includes unconditional and conditional logistic regression; the analysis of count data and the Poisson regression model; and the analysis of event time data, including the proportional hazards and multiplicative intensity models. The book contains a technical appendix that presents the core mathematical statistical theory used for the development of classical and modern statistical methods."--Jacket.