Statistical pitfalls in medical research.

by V. B. Nyirongo, M. M. Mukaka, L. V. Kalilani-Phiri
Malawi medical journal : the journal of Medical Association of Malawi ()
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Abstract

In conducting and reporting of medical research, there are some common pitfalls in using statistical methodology which may result in invalid inferences being made. This paper is aimed to highlight to inexperienced statisticians or non-statistician some of the common statistical pitfalls encountered when using statistics to interpret data in medical research. We also comment on good practices to avoid these pitfalls.

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