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Veterinary epidemiology [4th Ed.]

. Chapter 1 The development of veterinary medicine
. Chapter 2 The scope of epidemiology
. Chapter 3 Causality
. Chapter 4 Describing disease occurrence
. Chapter 5 Determinants of disease
. Chapter 6 The transmission and maintenance of infection
. Chapter 7 The ecology of disease
. Chapter 8 Patterns of disease
. Chapter 9 Comparative epidemiology
. Chapter 10 The nature of data
. Chapter 11 Data collection and management
. Chapter 12 Presenting numerical data
. Chapter 13 Surveys
. Chapter 14 Demonstrating association
. Chapter 15 Observational studies
. Chapter 16 Design considerations for observational studies
. Chapter 17 Clinical trials
. Chapter 18 Validity in epidemiological studies
. Chapter 19 Systematic reviews
. Chapter 20 Diagnostic testing
. Chapter 21 Surveillance
. Chapter 22 Statistical modelling
. Chapter 23 Mathematical modelling
. Chapter 24 Risk analysis
. Chapter 25 Economics and veterinary epidemiology
. Chapter 26 Health schemes
. Chapter 27 The control and eradication of disease
. General reading
. Appendices
. Appendix I Glossary of terms
. Appendix II Basic mathematical notation and terms
. Appendix III Some computer software
. Appendix IV Veterinary epidemiology on the Internet
. Appendix V Student´s t-distribution
. Appendix VI Multipliers used in the construction of confidence intervals based on the Normal distribution, for selected levels of con...
. Appendix VII Values of exact 95% confidence limits for proportions (From Beyer, 1968)
. Appendix VIII Values from the Poisson distribution for calculating 90%, 95% and 99% confidence intervals for observed numbers from 0 to 100
. Appendix IX The ?2 distribution
. Appendix X Technique for selecting a simple random sample
. Appendix XI Sample sizes
. Appendix XII The probability of detecting a small number of cases in a population (Adapted from Cannon and Roe, 1982)
. Appendix XIII The probability of failure to detect cases in a population (From Cannon and Roe, 1982)
. Appendix XIV Sample sizes required for detecting disease with probability, p1, and threshold number of positives
. Appendix XV Probabilities associated with the upper tail of the Normal distribution (Derived from Beyer, 1981)
. Appendix XVI Lower- and upper-tail probabilities for Wx, the Wilcoxon­Mann­Whitney rank-sum statistic (From Siegel and Castellan, 1988)
. Appendix XVII Critical values of T+ for the Wilcoxon signed ranks test (From Siegel and Castellan, 1988)
. Appendix XVIII Values of K for calculating 95% confidence intervals for the difference between population medians for two independent samples (From Altman et al., 2000)
. Appendix XIX Values of K* for calculating 95% confidence intervals for the difference between population medians for two related samples (From Altman et al., 2000)
. Appendix XX Common logarithms (log10) of factorials of the integers 1­999 (From Lentner, 1982)
. Appendix XXI The correlation coefficient
. Appendix XXII The variance-ratio (F) distribution
. References
. Index
. EULA

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N° édition : 4ème édition

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