Chapters 1 through to 14 constitute the general background information that is needed for critical appraisal. In this third part of the book we concentrate on specific statistical techniques that are commonly used in published articles, in an attempt to provide the reader with a guide to systematic critical appraisals that is as complete as possible.
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Marchevsky, D. (2000). The z-Test and the t-Test. In: Critical Appraisal of Medical Literature. Springer, Boston, MA. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4615-4205-6_25
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