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- A clinician's guide to statistics and epidemiology in mental health : measuring truth and uncertainty
- A gentle introduction to Stata
- A simple guide to IBM SPSS Statistics for version 20.0
- Adaptive clinical trials : overview, part 1 of 2
- Advanced concepts in surgical research
- An introduction to probability and statistical inference
- An introduction to statistics for statistical genetics : part 1, general statistical concepts
- An introduction to statistics for statistical genetics : part 2, models and techniques common in statistical genetics
- Biostatistics : basic concepts and methodology for the health sciences
- Clinical research for surgeons
- Comparative gene finding : models, algorithms and implementation
- Design and analysis of vaccine studies
- Empirical Inference : festschrift in honor of Vladimir N. Vapnik
- Epidemiology and medical statistics
- Handbook of statistical bioinformatics
- How to display data
- Innovative strategies, statistical solutions and simulations for modern clinical trials
- Interactive and dynamic graphics for data analysis : with R and Ggobi
- MakeoverMonday : improving how we visualize and analyze data, one chart at a time
- Mathematical statistics with applications in R
- Measurement in medicine : a practical guide
- Multivariate statistics and metabolomics
- New directions in statistical signal processing : from systems to brain
- Presenting your findings : a practical guide for creating tables
- Seminar on Stochastic Analysis, Random Fields and Applications V : Centro Stefano Franscini, Ascona, May 2005
- Series approximation methods in statistics
- Statistical aspects of the microbiological examination of foods
- Statistical human geneticsh[electronic book] : methods and protocols
- Statistical methods for microarray data analysis : methods and protocols
- Statistical thinking for non-statisticians in drug regulation
- Statistics applied to clinical studiesh[electronic book]
- Statistics at square one
- Statistics for people who (think they) hate statistics
- Strategy and statistics in clinical trials : a non-statisticians guide to thinking, designing, and executing
- The statistical analysis of functional MRI data
- The statistical analysis of recurrent events
- The statistical evaluation of medical tests for classification and prediction
- Univariate statistics and metabolomics
- Vital statistics : an introduction to health-science statistics

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