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Analysis in Nutrition Research: Principles of Statistical Methodology and Interpretation of the Results

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Analysis in Nutrition Research: Principles of Statistical Methodology and Interpretation of the Results
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Analysis in Nutrition Research: Principles of Statistical Methodology and Interpretation of the Results

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Author(s)George Pounis
Year2019
Pages389
LanguageEnglish
FormatPDF
Size9.5 MB
PublisherAcademic Press
ISBN0128145560, 978-0128145562, B07JNDZGLB

Analysis in Nutrition Research: Principles of Statistical Methodology and Interpretation of the Results describes, in a comprehensive manner, the methodologies of quantitative analysis of data originating specifically from nutrition studies. The book summarizes various study designs in nutrition research, research hypotheses, the proper management of dietary data, and analytical methodologies, with a specific focus on how to interpret the results of any given study. In addition, it provides a comprehensive overview of the methodologies used in study design and the management and analysis of collected data, paying particular attention to all of the available, modern methodologies and techniques.

Users will find an overview of the recent challenges and debates in the field of nutrition research that will define major research hypotheses for research in the next ten years. Nutrition scientists, researchers and undergraduate and postgraduate students will benefit from this thorough publication on the topic.

  • Provides a comprehensive presentation of the various study designs applied in nutrition research
  • Contains a parallel description of statistical methodologies used for each study design
  • Presents data management methodologies used specifically in nutrition research
  • Describes methodologies using both a theoretical and applied approach
  • Illustrates modern techniques in dietary pattern analysis
  • Summarizes current topics in the field of nutrition research that will define major research hypotheses for research in the next ten years