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Edward L. Korn - Analysis of Health Surveys - 9780471137733 - V9780471137733
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Analysis of Health Surveys

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Description for Analysis of Health Surveys Hardcover. This applied statistics book examines sampling methods from a biomedical standpoint. The authors draw on their work at the National Cancer Institute, helping practitioners analyze real-world health data even with no prior experience in survey methods. Num Pages: 408 pages, Illustrations, ports. BIC Classification: JHBC; MBNH; MBNS. Category: (P) Professional & Vocational; (UP) Postgraduate, Research & Scholarly; (UU) Undergraduate. Dimension: 237 x 164 x 34. Weight in Grams: 760.
How to apply statistical methods to survey data--a guide toeffective analysis of health surveys.

With large health surveys becoming increasingly available forpublic use, researchers with little experience in survey methodsare often faced with analyzing data from surveys to addressscientific and programmatic questions. This practical book providesstatistical techniques for use in survey analysis, making healthsurveys accessible to statisticians, biostatisticians,epidemiologists, and health researchers. The authors clearlyexplain the theory and methods of survey analysis along withreal-world applications. They draw on their work at the NationalInstitutes of Health as well as up-to-date information from acrossthe literature to present:
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About Edward L. Korn
EDWARD L. KORN, PhD, is head of the Clinical Trials Section,Biometric Research Branch, at the National Cancer Institute. BARRY I. GRAUBARD, PhD, is a senior investigator in theBiostatistics Branch at the National Cancer Institute.

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The book fulfills the authors' purpose of providing neededexpertise for statisticians who are limited in their knowledge ofsurvey research. There are excellent questions at the end of eachchapter so it would make a good textbook for a course in surveyanalysis. (Journal of Official Statistics, Vol. 16, 2000) A strength of this book is the exercises at the ... Read more

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