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AuthorEveritt, Brian. author
TitleAnalyzing Medical Data Using S-PLUS [electronic resource] / by Brian Everitt, Sophia Rabe-Hesketh
ImprintNew York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer, 2001
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4757-3285-6
Descript XII, 486 p. online resource

SUMMARY

Each chapter will consist of basic statistical theory, simple examples of S-PLUS code, more complex examples of S-PLUS code, and exercises. All data sets will be taken from genuine medical investigations and will be made available, if possible, on a web site. All examples will contain extensive graphical analysis to highlight one of the prime features of S-PLUS. The book would complement Venables and Ripley (VR). However, there is far less about the details of S-PLUS and probably less technical descriptions of techniques. The book concentrates solely on medical data sets trying to demonstrate the flexibility of S-PLUS and its huge advantages, particularly for applied medical statisticians


CONTENT

Prologue -- 1 An Introduction to S-PLUS -- 2 Describing Data -- 3 Basic Inference -- 4 Scatterplots, Simple Regression and Smoothing -- 5 Analysis of Variance and Covariance -- 6 The Analysis of Longitudinal Data -- 7 More Graphics -- 8 Multiple Linear Regression -- 9 Generalized Linear Models I: Logistic Regression -- 10 Generalised linear models II: Poisson regression -- 11 Linear Mixed Models I -- 12 Linear Mixed Models II -- 13 Generalized Additive Models -- 14 Nonlinear models -- 15 Regression Trees -- 16 Survival Analysis I -- 17 Survival Analysis II: Coxโ{128}{153}s Regression -- 18 Principal Components and Factor Analysis -- 19 Cluster Analysis -- 20 Discriminant Function Analysis -- A The S-Plus Gui -- A.1 Introduction -- A.2 Statistical analysis using dialogue boxes -- A.3 Graphics using the GUI -- B Answers to selected exercises -- References


Computer science Application software Biomathematics Statistics Computer Science Computer Applications Statistics for Life Sciences Medicine Health Sciences Statistics and Computing/Statistics Programs Physiological Cellular and Medical Topics



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