Introduction to (bio)statistics

Biostatistics represents a collection of methods for planning biological experiments, obtaining various medical data, and then organizing, summarizing, presenting, analyzing, interpreting, and drawing conclusions. Our primary goal is to provide the students the basic information needed to be able to interpret the types of studies, as well as to perform basic analyses.

This work was supported by the national grant KEGA 011UPJŠ-4/2019 "Increasing of competences and critical thinking level in students of medical study programs using simulation tools of Problem-Based Learning and Evidence-Based Medicine".

Author presents basics of biostatistics.

This work was supported by the national grant KEGA 011UPJŠ-4/2019 "Increasing of competences and critical thinking level in students of medical study programs using simulation tools of Problem-Based Learning and Evidence-Based Medicine".

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 Basic terms 13.11.2019 260.78 KB MEFANET user Creative Commons License
 Descriptive statistics 13.11.2019 395.02 KB MEFANET user Creative Commons License
 Grouping Data 13.11.2019 388.44 KB MEFANET user Creative Commons License
 Theory of probability 13.11.2019 693.19 KB MEFANET user Creative Commons License
 Estimation theory 13.11.2019 474.4 KB MEFANET user Creative Commons License
 Statistical hypotheses 13.11.2019 567.48 KB MEFANET user Creative Commons License
 Normal distribution 13.11.2019 639.43 KB MEFANET user Creative Commons License
 Hypothesis tests for the mean 13.11.2019 405.85 KB MEFANET user Creative Commons License
 Hypothesis tests for the variance 13.11.2019 406.32 KB MEFANET user Creative Commons License

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