By Mohamed M. Shoukri, Mohammad A. Chaudhary
Formerly often called Statistical equipment for well-being Sciences, this bestselling source is among the first books to debate the methodologies used for the research of clustered and correlated information. whereas the basic targets of its predecessors stay a similar, research of Correlated info with SAS and R, 3rd version comprises numerous additions that bear in mind fresh advancements within the field.
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Assuming a operating wisdom of SAS and R, this article offers the mandatory thoughts and functions for reading clustered and correlated data.
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