By Nancy L. Geller
From elements of early trials to advanced modeling difficulties, Advances in scientific Trial Biostatistics summarizes present methodologies utilized in the layout and research of medical trials. Its chapters, contributed by way of the world over well known methodologists skilled in scientific trials, tackle subject matters that come with Bayesian equipment for part I scientific trials, adaptive two-stage scientific trials, and the layout and research of cluster randomization trials, trials with a number of endpoints, and healing equivalence trials. different discussions discover Bayesian reporting, tools incorporating compliance in remedy assessment, and statistical concerns rising from medical trials in HIV infection.
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