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1913 1
1925 1
1936 1
1938 1
1939 1
1942 2
1944 9
1945 414
1946 1279
1947 1141
1948 1126
1949 1087
1950 1573
1951 2292
1952 2512
1953 2034
1954 1891
1955 2344
1956 4888
1957 6270
1958 6457
1959 6378
1960 7121
1961 8370
1962 6373
1963 5740
1964 9248
1965 8153
1966 6758
1967 7905
1968 10112
1969 10597
1970 10537
1971 11773
1972 12791
1973 14892
1974 15985
1975 14867
1976 15034
1977 15821
1978 17775
1979 18817
1980 19075
1981 20400
1982 22734
1983 25197
1984 28317
1985 31300
1986 34480
1987 37934
1988 43407
1989 53510
1990 62092
1991 67107
1992 71516
1993 78400
1994 87457
1995 96025
1996 101956
1997 109460
1998 116411
1999 123574
2000 129998
2001 139935
2002 150691
2003 166709
2004 181846
2005 204048
2006 219411
2007 238169
2008 255365
2009 270379
2010 288807
2011 310639
2012 328359
2013 344800
2014 351934
2015 358586
2016 359007
2017 360858
2018 350682
2019 173906
2020 3862
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Diagnostic accuracy measures
Eusebi P. Cerebrovasc Dis 2013 - Review. PMID 24135733 Free article.
A review of instrumental variable estimators for Mendelian randomization
Burgess S, et al. Stat Methods Med Res 2017 - Review. PMID 26282889 Free PMC article.
There are several methods available for instrumental variable estimation; we consider the ratio method, two-stage methods, likelihood-based methods, and semi-parametric methods. ...The statistical properties of estimates from these methods are compared, and practical advice is given about choosing a suitable analysis method. ...
There are several methods available for instrumental variable estimation; we consider the ratio method, two-stage methods, lik …
To GEE or not to GEE: comparing population average and mixed models for estimating the associations between neighborhood risk factors and health
Hubbard AE, et al. Epidemiology 2010. PMID 20220526
These methods are used in place of basic regression approaches because the health of residents in the same neighborhood may be correlated, thus violating independence assumptions made by traditional regression procedures. ...
These methods are used in place of basic regression approaches because the health of residents in the same neighborhood may be correl …
Alternatives for logistic regression in cross-sectional studies: an empirical comparison of models that directly estimate the prevalence ratio
Barros AJ and Hirakata VN. BMC Med Res Methodol 2003. PMID 14567763 Free PMC article.
BACKGROUND: Cross-sectional studies with binary outcomes analyzed by logistic regression are frequent in the epidemiological literature. ...METHODS: We compared Cox regression with constant time at risk, Poisson regression and log-binomial regression against the standard Mantel-Haenszel estimators. ...
BACKGROUND: Cross-sectional studies with binary outcomes analyzed by logistic regression are frequent in the epidemiological literatu …
Repeatability for Gaussian and non-Gaussian data: a practical guide for biologists
Nakagawa S and Schielzeth H. Biol Rev Camb Philos Soc 2010 - Review. PMID 20569253
We review the methods for calculating repeatability and the associated statistics for Gaussian and non-Gaussian data. For Gaussian data, we present three common approaches for estimating repeatability: correlation-based, analysis of variance (ANOVA)-based and linear mixed-effects model (LMM)-based methods, while for non-Gaussian data, we focus on generalised linear mixed-effects models (GLMM) that allow the estimation of repeatability on the original and on the underlying latent scale. We also address a number of methods for calculating standard errors, confidence intervals and statistical significance; the most accurate and recommended methods are parametric bootstrapping, randomisation tests and Bayesian approaches. ...
We review the methods for calculating repeatability and the associated statistics for Gaussian and non-Gaussian data. For Gaussian da …
Model-based estimation of relative risks and other epidemiologic measures in studies of common outcomes and in case-control studies.
Greenland S. Am J Epidemiol 2004 - Review. PMID 15286014
These articles have overlooked the extensive literature on valid estimation of risks, risk ratios, and risk differences from logistic and other models, including methods that remain valid when the outcome is common, and methods for risk and rate estimation from case-control studies. The present article describes how most of these methods can be subsumed under a general formulation that also encompasses traditional standardization methods and methods for projecting the impact of partially successful interventions. ...
These articles have overlooked the extensive literature on valid estimation of risks, risk ratios, and risk differences from logistic and ot …
Spatial Data Analysis
Banerjee S. Annu Rev Public Health 2016 - Review. PMID 26789381
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