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StatsDirect—Statistical Software for Medical Research in the 21st Century

BMJ 2000; 321 doi: (Published 16 December 2000) Cite this as: BMJ 2000;321:1536
  1. Nick Freemantle, reader in epidemiology and biostatistics
  1. Medicines Evaluation Group, University of York

    Iain E Buchan

    CamCode, £99 single user academic, £179 single user commercial, £49 students and developing world

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    Clinicians involved in medical research are increasingly numerate and statistically sophisticated. Recently, two colleagues hounded me. They wanted to see confidence intervals for every number in a paper describing a randomised trial that we had worked on together. I found myself in a strange position—(1);the confidence intervals that they wanted were neither …

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