Home > Items where Subject is "R Research > Data analysis method"
|Up a level|
Skarupova, Katerina (2010) Comparison of methods and resulting drug use prevalence estimates of health surveys versus drug surveys methods. European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction, Prague .
Bowling, Ann (2009) Research methods in health. Open University Press , Berkshire.
Randall, Niamh (2008) Drug policy and rationality: an exploration of the research - policy interface. MSc thesis, Trinity College Dublin.
National Advisory Committee on Drugs, Ipsos MORI. (2008) Drug prevalence survey 2006/2007 technical report. National Advisory Committee on Drugs, Dublin .
(2006) Analysis of school attendance data at primary and post-primary levels for 2004-2005. National Education Welfare Board, Dublin .
Petticrew, Mark and Roberts, Helen (2006) Systematic reviews in the social sciences: a practical guide. Blackwell , Oxford.
National Advisory Committee on Drugs, Drug and Alcohol Information and Research Unit. (2006) All Ireland drug prevalence survey 2002/2003: technical report. National Advisory Committee on Drugs, Dublin .
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. (2005) Training in basic drug abuse data management and analysis: Global Assessment Programme on Drug Abuse: Toolkit module 5. United Nations, New York .
Peck, Roxy and Olsen, Chris and Devore, Jay (2004) Introduction to statistics and data analysis. Duxbury , Pacific Grove.
Bachman, Ronet and Schutt, Russell K. (2003) The practice of research in criminology and criminal justice. Pine Forge Press , Thousand Oaks, Ca..
Lee, Raymond M. and Stanko, Elizabeth A., eds. (2003) Researching violence: essays on methodology and measurement. Routledge , London.
Cox, Gemma (2003) Methods for estimating the prevalence of opiate-use at a local level. Trinity College Dublin, Addiction Research Centre, Dublin .
Cox, Gemma (2003) Approaches to estimating drug prevalence in Ireland: an overview of methods and data sources. Stationery Office, Dublin .
Miller, David (2003) A preliminary review of the SPHE needs analysis - survey (2000-2001). SPHE Support Service, Dublin .
Bryant, Kendall J. and Windle, Michael and West, Stephen G., eds. (2002) The science of prevention: methodological advances from alcohol and substance abuse research. American Psychological Association , Wahington, DC.
Matthews, Anne and Fitzgerald, Eithne and Bates, Jessica (2002) Data sources on poverty. Institute of Public Administration, Combat Poverty Agency , Dublin.
Egger, Matthias and Davey Smith, George and Altman, Douglas G, eds. (2001) Systematic reviews in health care: meta-analysis in context. BMJ Publishing , London.
Comiskey, Catherine and Barry, Joseph (2001) A capture-recapture study of the prevalence and implications of opiate use in Dublin. European Journal of Public Health, 11 (2). pp. 198-200.
Katz, Mitchell H (1999) Multivariable analysis: a practical guide for clinicians. Cambridge University Press , Cambridge.
Becker, Howard S (1998) Tricks of the trade: how to think about your research while you're doing it. University of Chicago Press , Chicago.
European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. (1997) Literature review of studies of mortaility and feasibility study for a common methodology. European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction, Lisbon .
Taylor Fitz-Gibbon, Carol and Lyons Morris, Lynn (1987) How to analyze data. Sage .
Kalton, Graham (1979) Survey methods in social investigation. Heinemann Educational Books , London.
Barker, DJP (1973) Practical epidemiology: Medicine in the tropics. Churchill Livingstone , Edinburgh.