But before we start writing statistics, let's actually read a few. is an important question not only with statistics, but with any evidence you use in your papers.
Education And Debate. How to read a paper: Statistics for the non-statistician. I: Different types of data need different statistical tests. BMJ.
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May I read my paper.
Which one would you like to do? South Tyneside NHS Foundation Trust: Consultant in Palliative Medicine. And so for me, the most important section is first what the authors did methods and second what they found results. Although it is clear that reading scientific papers becomes easier with experience, the stumbling blocks are real, and it is up to each scientist to identify and apply the techniques that work best for them. When reading papers, it helps me to have a writing task so that I am being an active reader instead of letting my eyes glaze over mountains of text only to forget everything I just read.