Age-adjusted exact trend tests in the event of rare occurrences.

Abstract

Preclinical animal carcinogenicity studies are usually concerned with testing the statistical significance of a dose-response relationship. When the response consists of a rare event such as the development of a certain type of tumor, exact statistical methods are often employed. The exact randomization trend test based on the multivariate hypergeometric… (More)

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