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The first comprehensive survey of the procedures devised by statisticians and operational researchers to expedite the early stages of pharmaceutical and agri-chemical research, this useful text describes and evaluates all major methodologies, in some cases extending them and offering new ones for the first time. Statistical Methods for Pharmaceutical Research Planning provides ample, non-technical summaries of each method ... gathers information from widely scattered sources ... discusses general statistical methodology not designed specifically for pharmaceutical research ... investigates statistically based procedures, developed by such major figures as Free, Hansch, and Wilson, for finding active compounds ... examines the design of single screens and sequences of screens for testing candidate compounds ... looks at methods for research project selection, devised mainly by management scientists without specific reference to pharmaceutical research ... and contains hundreds of references to sources for further research, plus numerous tables, equations, and line drawings. Statistical Methods for Pharmaceutical Research Planning is essential reading for all those directly or indirectly concerned with planning pharmaceutical and agri-chemical research: statisticians, particularly biostatisticians, pharmacologists, chemists, biologists, research managers, management scientists, and operational researchers. It is also a valuable supplement for graduate-level courses on statistics and operational research. Book jacket.