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1), a curative or preventive effect in clinical or intervention trials (Chaps. g. a medical test or a selection of people in diagnosis and screening (Chaps. 10). Such effects are represented in quantitative, statistical terms, and relations between the action of several factors as described by the concepts of interaction and confounding play a prominent role (Chap. 9). The use of modern statistical ideas and tools has thus allowed a conceptual and practical uniﬁcation of the many parts of epidemiology.
Here, he or she usually has to face the problem that such “secondary data” may have been collected for administrative or other purposes. Looking at the data from a research perspective often reveals inconsistencies that had not been noticed before. Since such data are collected on a routine basis without the claim for subsequent systematic analyses they may be of limited quality. The degree of standardization that can be achieved in collection, doc- An Introduction to Epidemiology 21 umentation, and storage is particularly low if personnel of varying skills and levels of training is involved.
The calculated point estimates should always be supplemented by their empirical measures of dispersion like standard deviations and by conﬁdence intervals to get an idea about their stability or variation, respectively. In any case, conﬁdence intervals are more informative than the corresponding signiﬁcance tests. Whereas the latter just lead to a binary decision, a conﬁdence interval also allows the assessment of the uncertainty of an observed measure and of its relevance for epidemiological practice.