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  • noun

Synonyms for biometry

a branch of biology that studies biological phenomena and observations by means of statistical analysis

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The time-bound trajectory of such processes follows a statistical pattern--the logistic or S-curve--that was first created by biometricians in 1920 to study contagion processes.
IREF has a staff of 90 professionals and consultants that includes clinical researchers, biometricians and engineers as well as professionals in diverse specialties in the fields of medicine, health and economics.
Biometricians used the qualitative response models during the 1940s and 1950s (see Berkson, 1944, 1951 for the logit, and Finney, 1952, 1971 for the probit model).
IREF has a staff of 67 professionals, including clinicians, biometricians and engineers as well as professionals in the fields of health economics, quality of life and stroke.