Linear regression analysis: part 14 of a series on evaluation of scientific publications.

@article{Schneider2010LinearRA,
  title={Linear regression analysis: part 14 of a series on evaluation of scientific publications.},
  author={Astrid Schneider and Gerhard Hommel and Maria Blettner},
  journal={Deutsches Arzteblatt international},
  year={2010},
  volume={107 44},
  pages={
          776-82
        }
}
BACKGROUND Regression analysis is an important statistical method for the analysis of medical data. It enables the identification and characterization of relationships among multiple factors. It also enables the identification of prognostically relevant risk factors and the calculation of risk scores for individual prognostication. METHODS This article is based on selected textbooks of statistics, a selective review of the literature, and our own experience. RESULTS After a brief… 

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