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2 Asking the Right Questions
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2 Creating and Supporting Hypotheses for Clinical Trials
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Chapter 1 Thinking about research
1 At the same time without falling into the trap of data fishing, or data dredging. An unexpected result should be confirmed in a new dataset.
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Chapter 7 Before the Core Interview
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