Some statistics being used at data processing about the second tumors
Kulyova S.A., Karytsky A.P.
Department of Children’s Oncology, N.N. Petrov Research Institute of Oncology,
68 Leningradskaya Str., Pos. Pesochny
The objective of the article is acquaintance with some statistics on which researchers lean at data processing. The arsenal of statistical methods is very wide, and it is not always clear, what algorithm of the organization of work should be used. In article definitions of statistics processing about the second tumors which are given at conceptual level are presented, theoretical bases are minimized, and the main attention is given to a practical side of the analysis of data.
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