• New updated edition with more than 100 new definitions
• An accessible, user friendly, non-technical introduction to the bewildering terminology of medical statistics . . . without any mathematical formulae!
• Cross-referencing between related entries provides easy navigation and a deeper insight into the topic
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‘Everitt’s book is very good as a first point of reference. In some cases, the entries in this book would be all that is required to help a clinician or medical student understand some of the terminology or graphs in a journal paper.’ Epidemiology and Infection
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