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Statistics for Comparative Studies. by David Clayton, Michael Hills. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780412128004 (978-0-412-12800-4) Softcover, Chapman & Hall, 1974. Find signed collectible books: 'Statistics for Comparative Studies'.
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It is joint initiative between the institute of political science of the University of Zurich and the political science chairs of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology. The director of the institute is Frank Schimmelfennig, Professor of European Politics. The staff (as of 2016) is 170.
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Based on a highly successful course, this book explains the essential statistics for all epidemiologists.
Based on a highly successful course, this book explains the essential statistics for all epidemiologists. Библиографические данные. Statistical Models in Epidemiology. David Clayton, Michael Hills.
Comparative Studies is a closely argued brief in favor of the proposition that comparative studies have, for the most part, been misguided and that there are superior ways of studying putative differences among individuals and group. ole and Means propose radical surgery on our views of these groups and on the way in which the sciences of human nature have traditionally proceeded.