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**Bibliography**

Abramson, J.H. 1994. Making Sense of Data. Oxford University Press, NY.

Agresti, A. 1996. An Introduction to Categorical Data Analysis. Wiley, NY.

Ahlbom, A. 1993. Biostatistics for Epidemiologists. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton.

Alexander, R. A. and Govern, D. M. 1994. A new and simpler approximation for ANOVA under variance heterogeneity. Journal of Educational Statistics, 19, 91–101.

Bell, F.D. 1995. Basic Biostatistics, Concepts for the Health Sciences. Wm. C. Brown Publishers. LA.

Brown, L. D., Cai, T. T. and Das, G., A. 2000. Confidence intervals for a binomial proportion and asymptotic expansions. Annals of Statistics 30, 160–201.

Brown, R.A. and Beck, J.S. 1990. Medical Statistics on Microcomputers. A Guide to the appropriate use of Statistical Packages. British Medical Journal, London.

Cryer, J.D. and Cobb, G.W. 1997. An Electronic Companion to Business Statistics. Cognito Learning Media, Inc. NY.

Cumming, G. and Maillardet, R. 2006. Confidence intervals and replication: Where will the next mean fall?. Psychological Methods, 11, 217–227.

Daniel, W.W. 1991. Biostatistics: A Foundation for Analysis in the Health Sciences. John Wiley Publishers, NY.

Das, R. and Das, P. 2009. Instant medical Biostatistics. Ane Book Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi. Pp. 172.

Elston, R.C. and Johnson, W.D. 1994. Essentials of Biostatistics. F.A. Davis, Philadelphia.

Fowler, J. and Cohen, L. 1986. Statistics for Ornithology. British trust for Ornithology.

Glaser, A.N. 1995. High-Yield Biostatistics. Williams & Wilkins, Inc. PA.

Gore, S.M. and Altman, D.G. 1992. Statistics in Practice. British Medical Association, London.

Hopkins, N., Mayne, J.W. and Hudson, J.R. 1992. Numbers for Everyday Life. Visible Ink, Wash. Dc.

Kuzma, J.W. 1998. Basic Statistics for The Health Sciences. Mayfield Publishing Company, Co., USA. Pp. 274.