Types of data and how they can be analysed


In this lecture we shall look at the statistical principals involved in the presentation of the results of research studies. We shall illustrate this with a look at how people analysed data in a leading health research journal: The British Medical Journal, or BMJ. The BMJ is published both on paper and on-line, but it now uses the on-line journal as the key publication. For this lecture, we shall look at the four research papers published in the week starting between 30 May 2011 and 5 Jun 2011. You can find these on

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@inproceedings{Bland2013TypesOD, title={Types of data and how they can be analysed}, author={Martin Bland}, year={2013} }