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Statistical Evidence is the title of a book I wrote (full title: Statistical Evidence in Medical Trials. What Do the Data Really Tell Us?). There is a variety of supporting material for the book, excerpts from the book, and web pages that contributed information to the first draft of the book. Also see Category: Critical appraisal, Category: Teaching resources. Articles are arranged by date with the most recent entries at the top. These articles are presented in alphabetical order. You can find outside resources at the bottom of this page.
6. Stats: Book reviews for Statistical Evidence (October 5, 2006). The International Journal of Epidemiology published a review of my book, Statistical Evidence in Medical Trials, in their September 15, 2006 issue. You need to be a subscriber or pay for access, but you can find an excerpt at ije.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/content/extract/35/5/1368.
5. Stats: Sales figures for Statistical Evidence in Medical Trials (August 2, 2006). I get twice yearly data on sales, and the first of these arrived today. I've sold 230 copies, which is not bad for a short time frame.
4. Stats: Using a web site to promote your book (May 10, 2006). Someone on the MedStats email discussion group asked about how you use a web page to provide things like supplemental chapters, expanded tables of critical values, practice tests, case studies etc. Gee, what a coincidence. That's what I am hoping to do at my Stats: Statistical Evidence in Medical Trials web page.
3. Stats: Update on my book, Statistical Evidence in Medical Trials (February 28, 2006). Although I was expecting my book to appear sometime in February, a quick search of the Internet shows that March 31, 2006 may be a more realistic publication date. I have an ISBN for the book (0198567618) and there is a limited amount of information at the BookFinder4U site, as well as at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
2. Stats: First peek at the cover of my new book (January 12, 2006). Oxford University Press (OUP) just sent me the first draft of the jacket and cover of the book I am writing, Statistical Evidence in Medical Trials.
1. Stats: Answers to "Own Your Own" exercises in Statistical Evidence (January 27, 2005). Here are answers to the exercises listed at the end of each chapter.
Important references and early drafts of chapters for "Statistical Evidence"
- Stats: How to Read a Medical Journal Article (August 1999 version)
- Stats: How to Read a Medical Journal Article (November 2001 version)
- Stats: How to Read a Medical Journal Article (July 2003 version)
- Statistical Evidence. Key references
- Statistical Evidence. Material from/for various parts of the book.
- Stats: Materials that I plan to incorporate into "Statistical Evidence"
- Statistical Evidence. Overview.
- Stats: What's wrong with medical research
- Stats: What's wrong with medical research, handout
- Statistical Evidence: Overview
- Stats: Journal (synopsis)
- Stats: Apples or oranges? (July 3, 2003)
- Stats: "Apples to apples" resources (June 20, 2003)
- Statistical Evidence. Chapter 1.
- Statistical Evidence. Chapter 1. Apples or oranges? Selection of the control group.
- Statistical Evidence. Chapter 2.
- Statistical Evidence. Chapter 2. Who was left out?
- Stats: Who was left out?
- Stats: "Left out" resources
- Statistical Evidence. Chapter 3.
- Stats: Blinding, placebos, and equipoise (June 30, 2003)
- Stats: Mountain or molehill?
- Statistical Evidence. Chapter 3. Mountain or molehill? The clinical importance of the results.
- Stats: References on Suitable Outcomes
- Stats: References on Measurement Quality
- Stats: References on Clinical Importance
- Statistical Evidence. Chapter 4. Corroborating evidence.
- Stats: Conflict of interest
- Stats: Conflict of interest
- Stats: Is there outside corroboration?
- Statistical Evidence. Chapter 5.
- Statistical Evidence. Chapter 5. Meta-analysis.
- Stats: Special guidelines for overviews and meta-analyses
- Statistical Evidence. Chapter 6. What do all these numbers mean?
- Stats: What do all these numbers mean?
- Stats: Confidence intervals
- Stats: Odds ratio versus relative risk (January 9, 2001)
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