Statistical reporting in the BJH: some dos and don’ts
Statistics provides an important tool to enable large amounts of data from an experiment to be summarised and conclusions drawn. To be informative statistics need to serve the experimenter appropriately and give clear and understandable answers. It is important that the reader can clearly understand the methodology used, and that that methodology is appropriate to the situation. We present here some issues to be considered when writing for publication in the British Journal of Haematology (BJH).