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Content: Chapter 1 Things People do with Censored Data that are Just Wrong (pages 1–11): Chapter 2 Three Approaches for Censored Data (pages 12–21): Chapter 3 Reporting Limits (pages 22–36): Chapter 4 Reporting, Storing, and Using Censored Data (pages 37–43): Chapter 5 Plotting Censored Data (pages 44–61): Chapter 6 Computing Summary Statistics and Totals (pages 62–98): Chapter 7 Computing Interval Estimates (pages 99–141): Chapter 8 What can be done when all Data are below the Reporting Limit? (pages 142–152): Chapter 9 Comparing Two Groups (pages 153–193): Chapter 10 Comparing Three or more Groups (pages 194–217): Chapter 11 Correlation (pages 218–235): Chapter 12 Regression and Trends (pages 236–267): Chapter 13 Multivariate Methods for Censored Data (pages 268–296): Chapter 14 The NADA for R Software (pages 297–302):
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