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by Wayne Martin,Henrik Stryhn,Joseph Hilbe,James Anthony,Ian Dohoo
Author: Wayne Martin,Henrik Stryhn,Joseph Hilbe,James Anthony,Ian Dohoo
Publisher: VER Inc. (2012)
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The first 6 chapters deal with basic epidemiologic principles (eg. sampling. Methods in Epidemiologic. has been added to your Cart.
The book covers a wide breadth of topics-from design of studies through statistical analysis to effective communication of results.
Chapters 1-6 cover basic principles such as, sampling, data collection, measures of disease and association, and diagnostic tests.
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There are chapters on clustered data and the methods for modelling these, including mixed models and .
There are chapters on clustered data and the methods for modelling these, including mixed models and Bayesian analysis. There are chapters on Meta-analysis, and approaches to model building and data analysis. While other texts provide more depth on all these topics, relevant texts are referenced. Strengths of this book are the examples provided and the appropriateness and currency of the references to which readers are directed. Many of the case examples and data sets are derived from recent published papers or obtained from the authors of the papers. Categories: Mathematics\Logic.
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ISBN 13: 9780919013735. Ian Dohoo; Wayne Martin; Henrik Stryhn.
lan Dohoo Wayne Martin Henrik Stryhn. It is Ouf hop e that in Chapters 14 through 24, we have covered the important analytical methods in a manner that is comprehensible to first-time graduate students in epidemiology and to seasoned epidemiologic investigators. A final motivation for the preparation ofthis book was that the vast majority of graduatelevel reference material has been written for students in human epidemiology and we felt there was a need for the material to be presented in a veterinary context.