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    Savage
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    Can anyone recommend a good BioStats book??  My background is mostly manufacturing, but would like to learn more about biostats.
    I’m sure there are similarities, but there are also subtle differences.  What do you guys have on your bookshelves???
    Thank you for any feedback.

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    Jen
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    Matt,
    The biostats textbook I used in grad school at Johns Hopkins was:  
    Bernard Rosner. Fundamentals of Biostatistics 2000, Duxbury Press, Pacific Grove, CA
    Its a very comprehensive text that’s easy to understand, with lots of examples and problems.
    Jen

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    Robert Butler
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    Until last year my background was also primarily manufacturing.  The two books I’ve found to be extremely useful are:
    An Introduction to Medical Statistics – Bland
    Categorical Data Analysis – Agresti

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