Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology

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Edited By: Prof Jun-Ping Liu

Impact Factor: 2.004

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 48/83 (Physiology); 154/253 (Pharmacology & Pharmacy)

Online ISSN: 1440-1681

Perspectives on Statistical Methods in Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology


This series of articles, authored by Gordon Drummond and colleagues, was simultaneously in six biomedical journals: The Journal of Physiology, Experimental Physiology, British Journal of Pharmacology, Advances in Physiology Education, Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology (CEPP), and Microcirculation. The aim was to present advice about the use and presentation of statistics in a simple but engaging manner. These articles should be of particular value for students and young investigators.

Data presentation and the use of statistical tests in biomedical journals: can we reach a consensus?
Roger G Evans and Ding-Feng Su

Show the data, don’t conceal
Gordon B Drummond and Sarah L Vowler

Data interpretation: Using probability
Gordon B Drummond and Sarah L Vowler

How can we tell if frogs jump further?
Gordon B Drummond and Brian D M Tom

Statistics, probability, significance, likelihood: words mean what we define them to mean
Gordon B Drummond and Brian D M Tom

Presenting data: can you follow a recipe?
Gordon B Drummond and Brian D M Tom

Different tests for a difference: how do we do research?
Gordon B Drummond and Sarah L Vowler

Analysis of variance: variably complex
Gordon B Drummond and Sarah L Vowler

Categorized or continuous? Strength of an association – and linear regression
Gordon B Drummond and Sarah L Vowler

Variation: use it or misuse it – replication and its variants
Gordon B Drummond and Sarah L Vowler

Making do with what we have: use your bootstraps
Guillaume Calmettes, Gordon B Drummond and Sarah L Vowler

Type I: families, planning and errors
Gordon B Drummond and Sarah L Vowler

Not different is not the same as the same: how can we tell?
Gordon B Drummond and Sarah L Vowler

Do as you would be done by: write as you would wish to read
Gordon B Drummond and Sarah L Vowler


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