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A course in microcomputer use for epidemiologists; using version 5 of Epi info
  • Published Date:
    1993
Filetype[PDF - 2.08 MB]


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    Centers for Disease Control ; WHO Global Environmental Epidemiology Network ; World Health Organization
  • Description:
    Microcomputers have become an important tool for epidemiology studies. Data collection, editing and analysis --for either small- or large-scale studies-- can be carried out more quickly and accurately through the use of microcomputer and user-friendly software. This document is therefore being made available to members of the WHO Global Environmental Epidemiology Network (GEENET) in order to encourage and facilitate the use of microcomputers in environmental epidemiology studies. It was prepared by Andrew Dean, M.D., of the Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta, U.S.A. and contains and introduction to microcomputer use, together with examples from the Epi Info epidemiology software devised by the Centers for Disease Control. It also contains notes for instructors, as an appendix, for those organizing a short introductory training course on microcomputing in epidemiology. WHO gratefully acknowledges the support of the Centers for Disease Control in making this material available for GEENET. As pointed out in the introductory notes, readers are encouraged to make copies for friends and colleagues.

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