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For one-semester undergraduate or master's level introductory courses in Biostatistics.
This concise, algebra-based text is a straight forward, clear approach to biostatistics, containing rigorous explanations of elementary methods without the “bells and whistles” associated with other books that cover this topic. Its goal is to provide a sophisticated introduction of how statistics works at a beginning level. Every concept is carefully and clearly explained, enriched by a mathematical/statistical justification, and then illustrated by at least one concrete, worked data example. Beginning with basic concepts, the text allows readers to acquire the ability to understand rather complicated statistical issues, such as linear regression theory and application.
Provides students with a clear, concise approach to statistical thinking, enabling them to understand often complicated material.
Gives students a sophisticated and comprehensive introduction of how statistics works at a beginning level.
Enables students to understand biostatistics by following a consistent format throughout the text; provides instructors with a text that is sophisticated, cohesive and comprehensive.
Provides both kinds of students with a foundation for understanding how and why the statistical approach works.
Gives students another way to understand statistical concepts, providing keen insight into the statistical process.
Provides students with an easy reference tool.
Provides instructors with valuable course support.
I. PROBABILITY: PROPERTIES OF SAMPLES.1. Descriptive Statistics.
II. STATISTICS: PROPERTIES OF SAMPLED POPULATIONS.5. Statistical Inference I.