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Principles of Biostatistics [With CDROMWith Disk]
This introduction to biostatistics offers health science students with limited mathematics and statistics backgrounds a conceptually-based introduction to statistical procedures that will prepare them to conduct or evaluate research in biological and health sciences. Students are encouraged to use common sense rather than rigorous theory to gain an understanding of statist ...more
Hardcover, 592 pages
Published March 9th 2000 by Duxbury Resource Center
(first published December 10th 1992)
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May 05, 2009 Aja rated it it was amazing
Even though the mere mention of the title is a little scary and intimidating, this was actually not too bad of a text book. Although I would never have read this book for the pleasure of reading, it was a very well explained and would have been easy to understand even without the added benefit of weekly lectures.
My biostats 2 teacher had very poor English skills, and this book saved my life (and my GPA). Waaaaaaaay easier to grasp the concepts in this book versus any other statistics text I've had (particularly the infamous Rosner). If I were to rate it on it's clarity, I'd give it 5 stars.