From JNEB| Volume 52, ISSUE 2, P105, February 2020

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Statistically Speaking

      There are few people that I know who feel completely competent in statistics, and yet it is one of the most important parts of research. Large research teams may have a statistician on their team, but many do not. Even with a statistician on the team, there can be differences of opinion among statisticians concerning study design, analyses, and interpretation. After all, statistics is a mathematical science. While the process of descriptive statistics is fairly logical to me, inferential statistics and probability theories take me out of my comfort zone.
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