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More than fifty years ago, Sir Austin Bradford Hill’s Presidential Address to the Royal Society of Medicine—The Environment and Disease: Association or Causation?—identified some examinations of epidemiological data that researchers could undertake to assist inferences about the ability of environmental agents to cause disease.
With metrics and analytics spreading into every profession and discipline, evidence-based decision-making is on the rise.
When an unknown DNA profile recovered from crime-scene evidence is later found to match someone’s known DNA profile, a question that sometimes arises is whether the match occurred because of a cross-contamination event in the lab.