## Biostatistical Methods in EpidemiologyAn introduction to classical biostatistical methods in epidemiology
- Many worked examples based on actual data
- Discussion of exact methods
- Recommendations for preferred methods
- Extensive appendices and references
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### Contents

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2 Measurement Issues in Epidemiology | 31 |

3 Binomial Methods for Single Sample Closed Cohort Data | 77 |

4 Odds Ratio Methods for Unstratified Closed Cohort Data | 89 |

5 Odds Ratio Methods for Stratified Closed Cohort Data | 119 |

6 Risk Ratio Methods for Closed Cohort Data | 143 |

7 Risk Difference Methods for Closed Cohort Data | 151 |

8 Survival Analysis | 159 |

14 Sample Size and Power | 281 |

15 Logistic Regression and Cox Regression | 295 |

Appendix A Odds Ratio Inequality | 307 |

Appendix B Maximum Likelihood Theory | 311 |

Appendix C Hypergeometric and Conditional Poisson Distributions | 325 |

Appendix D Quadratic Equation for the Odds Ratio | 329 |

Appendix E Matrix Identities and Inequalities | 331 |

Appendix F Survival Analysis and Life Tables | 339 |

9 KaplanMeier and Actuarial Methods for Censored Survival Data | 171 |

10 Poisson Methods for Censored Survival Data | 193 |

11 Odds Ratio Methods for CaseControl Data | 229 |

12 Standardized Rates and AgePeriodCohort Analysis | 249 |

13 Life Tables | 263 |

Appendix G Confounding in Open Cohort and CaseControl Studies | 343 |

Appendix H Odds Ratio Estimate in a Matched CaseControl Study | 353 |

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