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Missing Data in Clinical Studies (Statistics in Practice)
Geerts Molenberghs, Mike Kenward
John Wiley & Sons
Friday, May 04, 2007
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This book takes a practical approach, featuring examples and case studies, and is the first to concentrate on analysing data from clinical trials. It features a chapter on software, with discussion of implementation of the techniques in various different statistical software packages. The authors have many years experience researching in this area, and are recognised authorities on the subject.
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