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نویسنده: Mary Johns
What is a p-value anyway? 34 Stories to Help You Actually Understand Statistics Andrew J. Vickers
Publisher: Addison Wesley
34 stories to help you actually understand statistics”. He is active in a variety of fields of cancer research, and also conducts original research in statistical methods, particularly with respect to the evaluation of prediction models. When we say "the treatment is effective with statistical significance p=1%" it means that if there were no difference between the treatment group and the control group, we would expect to see results like this (favoring the treatment group) 1% of 34 Stories to Help You Actually Understand Statistics by Andrew Vickers. Vickers has a strong interest in teaching statistics, and is author of “What is a p value anyway? : 34 stories to help you actually understand statistics - Vickers, Andrew,. Drawing on his experience as a medical researcher, Vickers blends insightful explanations and humor, with minimal math, to help readers understand and interpret the statistics they read every day. Gmgraham@rollins.edu on April 23, 2013 at 10:56 pm said: What is a p-value anyway? Some folks actually come to an understanding of statistics through equations. In addition to his research work, Dr. Bottom-Line: An excellent introduction to statistical analysis.” Log in to Reply. Measurement and statistics for teachers - Van Blerkom, Malcolm L. �What is a p-value anyway” won't substitute for an introductory statistics textbook, but it makes a terrific companion piece. You might think that in some cases you can use historical values: in the general population, x% are prone to get disease D, and they recover in y days on average.