Egret, Advanced Statistics

This is acronym for the Epidemiological, Graphics, Estimation and Testing of the program developed for the analysis of the data from studies in epidemiology. It can be made in use for logistic regression and models might include random effects to permit over dispersion to be modelled. The beta- binomial distribution can be fitted.

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