Laura Delaney

British Journal of Cardiac Nursing, Vol. 4, Iss. 9, 02 Sep 2009, pp 430 - 434

Laura Delaney provides an overview of the role and aims of inferential analysis: using information from a sample to draw conclusions about a larger population

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