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Do you like this book? There are many books on general applied statistics, assuming various level of mathematical knowledge, but no book is available which is specially designed for Medical Students at undergraduate level. Second, the choice of statistical topics reflects the extent of their usage in medical research.

Free ebook download XooBooks is the biggest community for free ebook download, audio books, tutorials download, with format pdf, epub, mobi,…and more. Several topics, such as vital statistics, statistical methods in epidemiology and health information would not normally be included in the general book on applied statistics.

Non-parametric Tests ………………………………………… Proofs are regarded as of secondary importance, and are usually omitted. First, doanload of examples almost entirely related to medical problems, which I think, dasy the research workers and students to understand the underlying computational points.

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The present book, which is explicitly directed towards medical applications, will have two special aspects. Theoretical Discrete and Continuous Distribution ……. Correlation and Regression ………………………………….

National Population Policy ………………………………. Pulak Sharma who helped me a lot by suggesting me to frame this work according to problems which he and his friends are facing.

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Though, there are many mathematical formulae, but these are necessary for computations and the relationship between various methods. Nearly 50 unsolved questions mainly related to medical problems medicak included, which will help undergraduate students in their professional examination. They rarely involve other than very simple algebraic manipulations. Vital Statistics Demography ……………………………. Suggestions and criticism for further improvement of this book as well as errors and misprint will be most gratefully received and duly acknowledged.

I express my deep sense of gratitude to my publisher Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers P Ltd for their untiring efforts in bringing out this book mexical such an elegant form. I owe thanks to my colleagues especially in Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology and of Community Medicine.

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I have given some solved examples clearly mentioning every steps involve in the computation. Devashish Sharma Contents 1.

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Anita Sharma, and my son Dr. The emphasis throughout is on the general concept underlying statistical techniques.

Statistical Methods in Epidemiology ………………… Going through these questions will help them to solve problems related to Statistics and Demography in their competitive examinations. Special thanks to my wife Mrs.

Sampling and Design of Experiments ………………… 83 8. Classification and Tabulation ………………………………. This book is intended to be useful to both medical research workers with very little mathematical expertise as well as those students who are preparing for various PGME examinations. Testing of Hypothesis …………………………………………. These includes questions asked in various competitive examinations as well as questions which I thought are important for such tests. Measure of Dispersion ………………………………………… 31 4.

The main feature of this book is that it will help medical students at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, as well as those students who are medidal for various PGME examinations.

July 3, ISBN Measure of Central Tendency ……………………………… 15 3.