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R Applied to Medical Statistics [Hardcover]

Paul Cool , Matthew Ockendon


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1 Oct 2010 0956021506 978-0956021502
A workbook companion to 'Medical Statistics' for the statistical package 'R'

This volume is intended to be the next logical step for medical professionals working with statistical tests. Rather than an attempt to reiterate the content of the companion volume 'Medical Statistics', this is a practical guide to the analysis of large data sets using the freely available, Industry Standard 'R' software suite.

In contrast to commercially available software packages 'R' is open source and available as free software under the terms of the Free Software Foundation's GNU General Public License. It is available for a wide variety of platforms including Linux, windows and Mac OSX.


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Mr Paul Cool, MMedSc(Res) FRCS(Ed) FRCS(Orth)
Is a consultant orthopaedic and oncological surgeon at the Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital in Oswestry. His book 'Medical Statistics' and regular statistics courses run at the Institute of Orthopaedics in Oswestry, have helped generations of medical professionals to understand statistical methods and to use them effectively.

Mr Matthew Ockendon, BSc MBBS MRCS(Eng)
Is a specialist registrar in trauma and orthopaedics at the Oswestry / Stoke teaching programme. His interest in mathematics and computing has led him to develop a number of medical software applications.


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