Daniel W. Byrne

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Daniel W. Byrne is an American biostatistician and data scientist notable for his work on medical research publishing.


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  • Byrne (2000): Byrne, Daniel W. (2000) Common Reasons for Rejecting Manuscripts at Medical Journals: A Survey of Editors and Peer Reviewers. Science Editor 23 (2), 39-44.

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