Statistics in Toxicology: A Volume in Memory of David A. Williams by Byron J. T. Morgan

Statistics in Toxicology: A Volume in Memory of David A. Williams

EditorByron J. T. Morgan

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This collection of papers on aspects of statistics in toxicology is will be of interest to all medical statisticians. Toxicology is indeed an area which presents challenging statistical problems. The authors are internationally known and respected and include A. Whitehead and R. N. Connor(University of Reading) L. Ryan (Harvard) A. P. Grieve (Pfizer Research) This is the latest in the popular Royal Statistical Society Lecture Series, and will be essential reading for all those involved in this area.

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Title:Statistics in Toxicology: A Volume in Memory of David A. WilliamsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:244 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.71 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

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D.J. Finney: David WilliamsPart I: Review Papers1. Michael F.W. Festing: Are animal experiments in toxicological research the 'right' size?2. David Salzburg: Estimating dose-response for toxic end-points3. Eryl Shirley: A literature review of statistical methods for the analysis of general toxicology datasPart II: Overdispersion5. Kenneth J. Risko and Barry H. Margolin: Some observations on detecting extra-binomial variability within the beta-binomial model6. S,E, Paul and A. Islam: C(alpha) tests for homogeneity of proportions in toxicology in the presence of beta-binomial overdispersion7. David A. Williams: Overdispersion in logistic-linear modelsPart III: LD50 Estimation8. Andrew P. Grieve: On likelihood and Bayesian methods for interval estimation of the LD509. R.J. O'Hara Hines and W.G.S. Hines: The analysis of grouped longitudinal mortality data allowing for variable natural mortality10. A. Whitehead and R.N. Curnow: Statistical evaluation of the fixed-dose procedurePart IV: General Applications11. Daniel Krewski, Yiliang Zhu and Karen Fung: Statistical analysis of overdispersed multinomial data from development toxicity studies12. Myrto Lefkopoulou, Andrea Rotnitzky and Louise Ryan: Trend tests for clustered data13. W. Urfer and M. Becka: Exploratory and model-based inference in toxicokinetics