Spreadsheet That Shows P-Value FunctionsAragaki, CorinneEpidemiology: September 2001 - Volume 12 - Issue 5 - p 588 Letters Author Information Article Outline University of Texas School of Public Health, Dallas 5323 Harry Hines Boulevard V8.112 Dallas, TX 75390-9128 (address for correspondence) References Cited By To the Editor: While visualizing the P-value function is desirable, 1 it cannot be done using standard statistical packages. I created a simple EXCEL 2000 spreadsheet to take 2 × 2 contingency table values, compute simple ratios as described in Modern Epidemiology, 2 and graph P-value functions for both the corresponding odds and risk ratios. The spreadsheet can be copied from http://www2.utsouthwestern.edu/publichealth/Aragaki/Epitools.htm, along with documentation. Perhaps it will aid in the instruction of epidemiology students. Corinne Aragaki Back to Top | Article Outline References1. Poole C. Beyond the confidence interval. Am J Public Health 1987; 77: 195–199. Cited Here... | PubMed | CrossRef 2. Rothman KJ, Greenland S. Modern Epidemiology, 2nd ed. Philadelphia: Lippincott-Raven, 1998. Cited Here... © 2001 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc.