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By Ying Lu, Jiqian Fang, Lu Tian, Hua Jin

This ebook offers new and robust complicated statistical equipment which were utilized in sleek medication, drug improvement, and epidemiology. a few of these tools have been first and foremost constructed for tackling scientific difficulties. All 29 chapters are self-contained. each one bankruptcy represents the hot improvement and destiny examine subject matters for a scientific or statistical department. For the good thing about readers with assorted statistical historical past, every one bankruptcy follows the same type: the reason of scientific demanding situations, statistical principles and techniques, statistical equipment and strategies, mathematical feedback and history and reference. All chapters are written by way of specialists of the respective issues.

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K, θ0 = −∞, and θK = ∞. Further assume that given that a patient is diseased, T ∗ is normally distributed with mean µ1 and variance σ12 , and that given that a patient is non-diseased, T ∗ is normally distributed with mean µ0 and variance σ02 . ) is the cumulative distribution function of the standard normal random variable, a = (µ1 − µ0 )/σ1 , and b = σ0 /σ1 . Hence, under the binormal model, an ROC curve is determined by two parameters, a and b, which may be estimated using the maximum likelihood method.

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