By Douglas Faries, Robert Obenchain, Josep Maria Haro, Andrew C. Leon
This e-book publications researchers in acting and providing fine quality analyses of all types of non-randomized reviews, together with analyses of observational reviews, claims database analyses, review of registry facts, survey information, pharmaco-economic info, and plenty of extra purposes. The textual content is satisfactorily specified to supply not just normal tips, yet to aid the researcher via all the usual concerns that come up in such analyses. barely enough thought is integrated to permit the reader to appreciate the professionals and cons of different methods and while to take advantage of each one procedure. the varied members to this ebook illustrate, through real-world numerical examples and SAS code, acceptable implementations of different equipment. the outcome is that researchers will methods to current top quality and obvious analyses that would result in reasonable and target judgements from observational facts.
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Analysis of Observational Health Care Data Using SAS by Douglas Faries, Robert Obenchain, Josep Maria Haro, Andrew C. Leon