Cover: Large-sample Tests and Confidence Intervals for Mortality Rates

Large-sample Tests and Confidence Intervals for Mortality Rates

Published in: Journal of the American Statistical Association, v. 45, June 1950, p. 225-237

Posted on rand.org 1950

by J. E. Walsh

A presentation of methods which determine some valid large sample tests and confidence intervals for the mortality rate. Differences are examined between customary unit deaths estimated by policy coverage and actual mortality governed solely by deaths of individuals.

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