BMJ: Archive of Research Methods & Reporting notes

By ASN Staff

The BMJ compiled an archive on their website entitled “Statistics notes”. The archive includes numerous studies and articles that examine different research methods and statistical reporting, which are useful resources for anyone conducting their own research.

Some topics include: “Uncertainty and sampling error”, “Bootstrap resampling methods”, and “Percentage, differences, symmetry, and natural logarithms”.

The BMJ (formerly the British Medical Journal) is an international peer reviewed medical journal that has been published without interruption since 1840.

Please see the full archive for more topics and information.

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The BMJ compiled an archive on their website entitled “Statistics notes”. The archive includes numerous studies and articles that examine different research methods and statistical reporting, which are useful resources for anyone conducting their own research.

Some topics include: “Uncertainty and sampling error”, “Bootstrap resampling methods”, and “Percentage, differences, symmetry, and natural logarithms”.

The BMJ (formerly the British Medical Journal) is an international peer reviewed medical journal that has been published without interruption since 1840.

Please see the full archive for more topics and information.

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Thursday, April 19, 2018