Zhong, Bob
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Articles (15)

Shao, Jun, Yu, Xinxin, Zhong, Bob.
A theory for testing hypotheses under covariateadaptive randomization.
Biometrika
2010.
97:347360

Zhong, Bob, Kim, Lilianne, Shu, Youyi, Wang, YongCheng.
Adaptive randomization: The preferred randomization in clinical trials.

Shao, Jun, Zhong, Bob.
On the treatment effect in clinical trials with dropout.
Journal of Biopharmaceutical Statistics
2006.
16:2533

Cheng, Bin, Shao, Jun, Zhong, Bob.
Last observation analysis in ANOVA and ANCOVA.
Statistica Sinica
2005.
15:857870

Shao, Jun, Zhong, Bob.
Reply to comment on ``Last observation carryforward and last observation analysis'' (2004V22 p24292441) (Pkg: p32413244).
Statistics in Medicine
2004.
23:32423244

Shao, Jun, Zhong, Bob.
Assessing the agreement between two quantitative assays with repeated measurements.
Journal of Biopharmaceutical Statistics
2004.
14:201212

Zhong, Bob, Shao, Jun.
Last observation and longitudinal data analyses in clinical trials.

Zhong, Bob, Shao, Jun.
Evaluating the agreement of two quantitative assays with repeated measurements.
Journal of Biopharmaceutical Statistics
2003.
13:7586

Zhong, Bob, Shao, Jun.
Testing the agreement of two quantitative assays in individual means.
Communications in Statistics: Theory and Methods
2002.
31:12831299

Zhong, Bob.
Evaluating qualitative assays using sensitivity and specificity.
Journal of Biopharmaceutical Statistics
2002.
12:409424

Zhong, Bob, Shao, Jun.
Evaluating the agreement between two quantitative assays in individual means.

Shao, Jun, Zhong, Bob.
Last observation analysis in clinical trials.

Zhong, Bob, Chen, Jiahua, Rao, J. N. K..
Empirical likelihood inference in the presence of measurement error.
Canadian Journal of Statistics
2000.
28:841852

Zhong, Bob.
Empirical likelihood inference under stratified random sampling using auxiliary population information.
Biometrika
2000.
87:929938

Zhong, Bob, Rao, J. N. K..
Empirical likelihood inference under stratified random sampling using auxiliary population information.
Biometrika
2000.
87:929938