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Comparing Clinical Measurement Methods

Un libro in lingua di Bendix Carstensen edito da John Wiley & Sons Inc, 2010

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It is difficult for medics and biostatisticians comparing two different methods of measuring to ascertain if either method is giving the true value of the quantity being measured. Comparing Clinical Measurement Methods provides the practical tools for analyzing method comparison studies along with guidance on what to report and how to plan comparison studies. Author Bendix Carstensen, an esteemed expert on the subject, presents a modeling framework that allows biostatisticians, clinicians, medical researchers, and practitioners to analyze clinical data and compare measurements taken from different clinical centers using different methods.

  • Presents a modeling framework in which biostatisticians can analyze clinical data and compare measurements taken from different clinical centres using different methods.
  • Provides the practical tools for analyzing method comparison studies along with guidance on what to report and how to plan comparison studies.
  • Explores the benefits of different measurement methods and provides advice on the use of appropriate software, illustrated throughout with computer examples in SAS, Stata and R.

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