Statistical Methods in Biological and Medical Sciences
- C.R. Rao, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, USA
- R. Chakraborty, University of Texas, Houston, TX, USA
The main purpose of this volume is the dissemination of statistical methodologies in the area of biological and medical sciences. The chapters are written by specialists with considerable experience in the application of statistical techniques for investigating biological and medical issues.
Biological as well as statistical readers will benefit from this exposition.
- Published: November 1991
- Imprint: ELSEVIER
- ISBN: 978-0-444-88095-6
...useful as a reference source to anyone wishing to learn about, or update on, any of the specific topics covered in it, and it does provide a very valuable bibliography..
Newsletter of the International Society for Clinical Biostatistics
..the articles...begin beyond the level normally covered in textbooks and give good coverage of recent work in the relevant areas, providing a compact essential reference work.
... this book successfully brings together a number of subject areas and statistical methodologies ... would provide an excellent starting point for graduate students in early stages of research. It also would be useful to quantitatively aware biological and medical scientists.
Journal of the American Statistical Association
... contains an abundance of reference material. In addition, it is a valuable and stimulating guide both for statisticians and empirically working biologists and medical scientists. As its predecessors, this volume is a must for university libraries and for every researcher working in the mentioned field.