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Spatial epidemiology: methods and applications
  1. Sarah Scobie
  1. Commission for Health Improvement, UKJECHJ Epidemiol Community

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    P Elliot, J C Wakefield, N G Best, D J Briggs. (Pp 475; £32.50). Oxford University Press, 2001.

    I came to review this book by chance, having studied spatial epidemiology some years ago. Reviewing the book was an opportunity to update myself in this field, and see what had changed and what was new.

    The book covers a wide range of material, including a description of data sources and their limitations, and the theoretical basis for the statistical methods that can be …

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