Other| Volume 54, ISSUE 5, P676-677, November 2001

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The analysis of clinical studies: The analysis of count data, part II

      The previous column examined situations in which count data involving either a single variable or two variables arising from independent samples were to be analyzed. It is not uncommon that subjects are to be cross-classified according to more than two categorical variables.
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