Statistics in Medicine: New Edition
The 3rd Edition of the widely used book, Statistics in Medicine, by SDASA member Bob Riffenburgh, was published on July 9, 2012 by Elsevier (Academic Press Imprint).
New in this Edition:
New or expanded topics include planning research, managing data and analysis, choosing tests and descriptive statistics, Bayesian statistics, Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC), Deming regression, interim analysis, measuring association and agreement, questionnaires and surveys, false discovery rate, bootstrapping, Bland-Altman plots, ROC curves, and survival analysis.
About the Author:
Robert H. Riffenburgh, PhD, advises on biostatistics for medical studies at the Naval Medical Center San Diego. A Fellow of the ASA and Royal Statistical Society, he is former faculty at several leading universities, including Professor and founding Head, Statistics Department, University of Connecticut, and has directed operations research for the U.S. government and NATO. He has consulted on biostatistics throughout his career and has published more than 150 professional articles.
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