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This series of short but authoritative accounts of modern methods in biostatistics is for biomedical researchers, clinical investigators, public health researchers, epidemiologists, and non-academic and consulting biostatisticians who work with data from biomedical and epidemiological and genetic studies. The books will explain the application of techniques, including the use of computational tools, and emphasize the interpretation of the results, not the underlying mathematical and statistical theory.

  • General Editors: Susan Ellenberg, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Robert C. Elston, Case Western Reserve School of Medicine, Ohio, Brian Everitt, Institute for Psychiatry, King’s College London, Frank Harrell, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Tennessee, Jos W. R. Twisk, Vrije Universiteit Medical Center, Amsterdam