Volume 29.
(as bibtex)
354 references.
Articles

113. Selection and bias  Two hostile brothers
Bauer, Peter,
Koenig, Franz,
Brannath, Werner,
Posch, Martin

113. Selection and bias—Two hostile brothers
Posch, Martin,
Brannath, Werner,
Koenig, Franz,
Bauer, Peter

10041013. A polytomous conditional likelihood approach for combining matched and unmatched case–control studies
Conti, David V.,
Cozen, Wendy,
Guimaraes, Paulo,
Gebregziabher, Mulugeta

10041013. A polytomous conditional likelihood approach for combining matched and unmatched casecontrol studies
Gebregziabher, Mulugeta,
Guimaraes, Paulo,
Cozen, Wendy,
Conti, David V.

10141024. A new stopping rule for surveys
Wagner, James,
Raghunathan, Trivellore E.

10251036. Spatial autocorrelation among automated geocoding errors and its effects on testing for disease clustering
Zimmerman, Dale L.,
Li, Jie,
Fang, Xiangming

10371057. Doseresponse analyses using restricted cubic spline functions in public health research
Mariotti, Francois,
Desquilbet, Loic,
Mariotti, François

10591060. Proceedings of the University of Pennsylvania Annual Conference on Statistical Issues in Clinical Trials: Early, translational and proof of concept studies: The ‘Go/No Go’ Decisions
Ellenberg, Susan S.,
Mick, Rosemarie,
Ellenberg, Jonas H.

10591060. Proceedings of the university of Pennsylvania annual conference on statistical issues in clinical trials: Early, translational and proof of concept studies: The `Go/No Go' decisions
Ellenberg, Jonas H.,
Mick, Rosemarie,
Ellenberg, Susan S.

10611071. Some design issues in phase 2B vs phase 3 prevention trials for testing efficacy of products or concepts
Gilbert, Peter B.

10721076. The statistics of phase 0 trials
Rubinstein, Larry V.,
Steinberg, Seth M.,
Kummar, Shivaani,
Kinders, Robert,
Parchment, Ralph E.,
Murgo, Anthony J.,
Tomaszewski, Joseph E.,
Doroshow, James H.

10771083. Modelbased phase I designs incorporating toxicity and efficacy for single and dual agent drug combinations: Methods and challenges
Mandrekar, Sumithra J.,
Qin, Rui,
Sargent, Daniel J.

108115. Exemplary data set sample size calculation for WilcoxonMannWhitney tests
Divine, George,
Kapke, Alissa,
Havstad, Suzanne,
Joseph, Christine L. M.

108115. Exemplary data set sample size calculation for Wilcoxon–Mann–Whitney tests
Joseph, Christine L. M.,
Havstad, Suzanne,
Kapke, Alissa,
Divine, George

10841095. On simon's twostage design for singlearm phase IIA cancer clinical trials under betabinomial distribution
Liu, Junfeng,
Lin, Yong,
Shih, Weichung Joe

10961106. Modelbased approaches for timedependent dose finding with repeated binary data
Benda, Norbert

11071113. A covariateadjustment regression model approach to noninferiority margin definition
Nie, Lei,
Soon, Guoxing

11141126. Designing a sequentially randomized study with adherence enhancing interventions for diabetes patients
Buyze, Jozefien,
Van Rompaye, Bart,
Goetghebeur, Els

11271136. Estimating longterm effects of treatment from placebocontrolled trials with an extension period, using virtual twins
Vittinghoff, Eric,
McCulloch, Charles E.,
Woo, Claudine,
Cummings, Steven R.

11371144. Power for studies with random group sizes
Ambrosius, Walter T.,
Mahnken, Jonathan D.

11451156. Blinded sample size reestimation with count data: Methods and applications in multiple sclerosis
Friede, Tim,
Schmidli, Heinz

11581158. Correction to ``Indirection estimation of a discretestate discretetime model using secondary data analysis of regression data'' (2009V28 p20952115)
Isaman, D. J. M.,
Barhak, Jacob,
Ye, W.

11591160. Understanding disease processes
Aalen, Odd O.

116129. Integrated exposure modeling: A model using GIS and GLM
Holform, Theodore R.,
Ebisu, Keita,
McKay, Lisa A.,
Gent, Janneane F.,
Triche, Elizabeth W.,
Bracken, Michael B.,
Leaderer, Brian P.

11611174. Multistate Markov models for disease progression in the presence of informative examination times: An application to hepatitis C
Sweeting, M. J.,
Farewell, V. T.,
De Angelis, D.

11751189. Analysis of intervalcensored disease progression data via multistate models under a nonignorable inspection process
Chen, Baojiang,
Yi, Grace Y.,
Cook, Richard J.

11901205. Vertical modeling: A pattern mixture approach for competing risks modeling
Nicolaie, M. A.,
van Houwelingen, Hans C.,
Putter, H.

12061218. On the estimation of disease prevalence by latent class models for screening studies using two screening tests with categorical disease status verified in test positives only
Chu, Haitao,
Zhou, Yijie,
Cole, Stephen R.,
Ibrahim, Joseph G.

12191227. Modelling continuous exposures with a ‘spike’ at zero: A new procedure based on fractional polynomials
Becher, Heiko,
Sauerbrei, Willi,
Royston, Patrick

12191227. Modelling continuous exposures with a `spike' at zero: A new procedure based on fractional polynomials
Royston, Patrick,
Sauerbrei, Willi,
Becher, Heiko

12281238. Proportional hazards models and ageperiodcohort analysis of cancer rates
Rosenberg, Philip S.,
Anderson, William F.

12281238. Proportional hazards models and age–period–cohort analysis of cancer rates†
Anderson, William F.,
Rosenberg, Philip S.

12391249. On Bayesian shared component disease mapping and ecological regression with errors in covariates
MacNab, Ying C.

12501258. Analysis of extreme drinking in patients with alcohol dependence using Pareto regression
Das, Sourish,
Harel, Ofer,
Dey, Dipak K.,
Covault, Jonathan,
Kranzler, Henry R.

12591265. Empirical vs natural weighting in random effects metaanalysis (Pkg: p12591281)
Shuster, Jonathan J.

12591265. Empirical vs natural weighting in random effects metaanalysis
Shuster, Jonathan J.

12661267. Comment on ``Empirical vs natural weighting in random effects metaanalysis'' (Pkg: p12591281)
Laird, Nan,
Fitzmaurice, Garrett,
Ding, Xiao

12681269. Comment on ``Empirical vs natural weighting in random effects metaanalysis'' (Pkg: p12591281)
Waksman, Joel A.

12701271. Comments on ‘Empirical vs natural weighting in random effects metaanalysis’
Ding, Xiao,
Fitzmaurice, Garrett,
Laird, Nan

12701271. Comment on ``Empirical vs natural weighting in random effects metaanalysis'' (Pkg: p12591281)
Thompson, Simon G.

12721281. Reply to comments on ``Empirical vs natural weighting in random effects metaanalysis'' (Pkg: p12591281)
Shuster, Jonathan J.,
Hatton, Randy C.,
Hendeles, Leslie,
Winterstein, Almut G.

12721281. Reply to discussion of ‘Empirical vs natural weighting in random effects metaanalysis’
Winterstein, Almut G.,
Hatton, Randy C.,
Shuster, Jonathan J.,
Hendeles, Leslie

12821297. Extending DerSimonian and Laird's methodology to perform multivariate random effects metaanalyses
Jackson, Dan,
White, Ian R.,
Thompson, Simon G.

12981311. Bayesian methods for metaanalysis of causal relationships estimated using genetic instrumental variables
Burgess, Stephen,
Thompson, Simon G.,
CRP CHD Genetics Collaboration

130141. The simultaneous use of weighted logrank and weighted Kaplan–Meier statistics with clustered rightcensored data
Su, PeiFang,
Chi, Yunchan

130141. The simultaneous use of weighted logrank and weighted KaplanMeier statistics with clustered rightcensored data
Chi, Yunchan,
Su, PeiFang

13121324. metaregression with partial information on summary trial or patient characteristics
Hemming, K.,
Hutton, J. L.,
Maguire, M. J.,
Marson, A. G.

13251339. Bayesian bivariate metaanalysis of diagnostic test studies using integrated nested Laplace approximations
Paul, M.,
Riebler, A.,
Bachmann, L. M.,
Rue, H.,
Held, L.

13401356. Controlling ecological bias in evidence synthesis of trials reporting on collapsed and overlapping covariate categories
Govan, L.,
Ades, A. E.,
Weir, C. J.,
Welton, N. J.,
Langhorne, P.

13571357. Comment on ``The performance of multiple imputation for missing covariate data within the context of regression relative survival analysis'' (2008V27 p63106331) (Pkg: p13571358)
Horton, Nicholas J.,
White, Ian R.,
Carpenter, James

13581358. Reply to comment on ``The performance of multiple imputation for missing covariate data within the context of regression relative survival analysis'' (2008V27 p63106331) (Pkg: p13571358)
Belot, Aurelien,
Giorgi, Roch,
Belot, Aurélien,
Gaudart, Jean,
Launoy, Guy

13591359. Proceedings of `the challenges and promises of a followup study of a randomly selected cohort of 100000 pre and post conception women and their offspring through 21 years of life: Design, implementation and analysis issues of the national children's study'
Ellenberg, Jonas H.

13601367. The National Children's Study (NCS): Establishment and protection of the inferential base
Ellenberg, Jonas H.

13681376. Statistical and practical issues in the design of a national probability sample of births for the Vanguard Study of the National Children's Study
Montaquila, Jill M.,
Brick, J. Michael,
Curtin, Lester R.

13681376. Statistical and practical issues in the design of a national probability sample of births for the Vanguard Study of the National Children's Study†
Curtin, Lester R.,
Brick, J. Michael,
Montaquila, Jill M.

13771387. Improving costeffectiveness of epidemiological studies via designed missingness strategies†
Scheidt, Peter,
Özkaynak, Haluk,
Galke, Warren,
Quackenboss, James,
Nishioka, Marcia G.,
Cupp, Matthew,
Davis, Mark,
IrozElardo, Nicole,
Morara, Michele,
Ryan, Louise,
Strauss, Warren J.

13771387. Improving costeffectiveness of epidemiological studies via designed missingness strategies (Pkg: p13771390)
Ozkaynak, Haluk,
Oezkaynak, Haluk,
Strauss, Warren J.,
Ryan, Louise,
Morara, Michele,
IrozElardo, Nicole,
Davis, Mark,
Cupp, Matthew,
Nishioka, Marcia G.,
Quackenboss, James,
Galke, Warren,
Özkaynak, Haluk,
Scheidt, Peter

13881390. Discussion
Leitnaker, Mary G.,
Mee, Robert W.

13881390. Comment on ``Improving costeffectiveness of epidemiological studies via designed missingness strategies'' (Pkg: p13771390)
Little, Roderick J.

13911410. Assessing risk prediction models in case–control studies using semiparametric and nonparametric methods
Pepe, Margaret Sullivan,
Huang, Ying

13911410. Assessing risk prediction models in casecontrol studies using semiparametric and nonparametric methods
Huang, Ying,
Pepe, Margaret Sullivan

1432. Adherence to antiretroviral therapy, virological response, and time to resistance in the Dakar cohort
Tournoud, M.,
Etard, J. F.,
Ecochard, R.,
DeGruttola, V.

14111429. On the conditional logistic estimator in twoarm experimental studies with noncompliance and beforeafter binary outcomes
Bartolucci, Francesco

14111429. On the conditional logistic estimator in twoarm experimental studies with noncompliance and before–after binary outcomes
Bartolucci, Francesco

142157. Bayesian spatial modeling of disease risk in relation to multivariate environmental risk fields
Kim, JiIn,
Lawson, Andrew B.,
McDermott, Suzanne,
Aelion, C. Marjorie

14301442. A Bayesian predictive strategy for an adaptive twostage design in phase II clinical trials
Sambucini, Valeria

14431454. Estimating conditional proportion curves by regression residuals
Han, Bing,
Lim, Nelson

14551456. Comment on ``Should baseline be a covariate or dependent variable in analyses of change from baseline in clinical trials?'' (2009V28 p25092530) (Pkg:14551457)
Kenward, Michael G.

14551456. Should baseline be a covariate or dependent variable in analyses of change from baseline in clinical trials? by G. F. Liu, K. Lu, R. Mogg, M. Mallick and D. V. Mehrotra, Statistics in Medicine 2009; 28:2509–2530
Carpenter, James R.,
White, Ian R.,
Kenward, Michael G.

14571457. Reply to comment on ``Should baseline be a covariate or dependent variable in analyses of change from baseline in clinical trials?'' (2009V28 p25092530) (Pkg:14551457)
Liu, G. F.,
Lu, K.,
Mogg, R.,
Mallick, M.,
Mehrotra, D. V.

14581458. Comment on ``Combined score test for binary and ordinal endpoints from clinical trials'' (2010V29 p521–532)
Berger, Vance W.

14591476. Woods and Russell, Hill, and the emergence of medical statistics
Farewell, Vern,
Johnson, Tony

14771487. Strength of evidence of noninferiority trials—The adjustment of the type I error rate in noninferiority trials with the synthesis method†
Tsong, Yi,
Kang, Seungho

14771487. Strength of evidence of noninferiority trials  The adjustment of the type I error rate in noninferiority trials with the synthesis method
Kang, SeungHo,
Tsong, Yi

14881501. Sample size adjustments for varying cluster sizes in cluster randomized trials with binary outcomes analyzed with secondorder PQL mixed logistic regression
Candel, Math J. J. M.,
Van Breukelen, Gerard J. P.

15021510. Evaluating diagnostic tests: The area under the ROC curve and the balance of errors
Hand, David J.

15111521. A weighted combination of pseudolikelihood estimators for longitudinal binary data subject to nonignorable nonmonotone missingness
Troxel, Andrea B.,
Lipsitz, Stuart R.,
Fitzmaurice, Garrett M.,
Ibrahim, Joseph G.,
Sinha, Debajyoti,
Molenberghs, Geert

15221538. Patternmixture models for analyzing normal outcome data with proxy respondents
Shardell, Michelle,
Hicks, Gregory E.,
Miller, Ram R.,
Langenberg, Patricia,
Magaziner, Jay

15391558. The analysis of treatment effects for recurring episodic conditions
Pullenayegum, Eleanor M.,
Cook, Richard J.

15591571. A consistencyadjusted alphaadaptive strategy for sequential testing
Alosh, Mohamed,
Huque, Mohammad F.

15591571. A consistencyadjusted alphaadaptive strategy for sequential testing†
Huque, Mohammad F.,
Alosh, Mohamed

15721579. Sample size calculations for evaluating a diagnostic test when the gold standard is missing at random
Kosinski, Andrzej S.,
Chen, Ying,
Lyles, Robert H.

158180. Efficiency robust statistics for genetic linkage and association studies under genetic model uncertainty
Joo, Jungnam,
Kwak, Minjung,
Chen, Zehua,
Zheng, Gang

15801607. Approximate inference for disease mapping with sparse Gaussian processes
Pietilainen, Ville,
Pietilaeinen, Ville,
Vanhatalo, Jarno,
Pietiläinen, Ville,
Vehtari, Aki

16081621. A metastasis or a second independent cancer? Evaluating the clonal origin of tumors using array copy number data
Ostrovnaya, Irina,
Olshen, Adam B.,
Seshan, Venkatraman E.,
Orlow, Irene,
Albertson, Donna G.,
Begg, Colin B.

16221634. A comparison of United States and United Kingdow EQ5D health states valuations using a nonparametric Bayesian method
Kharroubi, Samer A.,
O'Hagan, Anthony,
Brazier, John E.

16221634. A comparison of United States and United Kingdom EQ5D health states valuations using a nonparametric Bayesian method
Brazier, John E.,
O'Hagan, Anthony,
Kharroubi, Samer A.

16351646. The impact of dropouts on the analysis of dosefinding studies with recurrent event data
Akacha, Mouna,
Benda, Norbert

16471659. Performance of using multiple stepwise algorithms for variable selection†
Wiegand, Ryan E.

16471659. Performance of using multiple stepwise algorithms for variable selection
Wiegand, Ryan E.

16611672. Likelihoodbased methods for estimating the association between a health outcome and left or intervalcensored longitudinal exposure data
Wannemuehler, Kathleen A.,
Lyles, Robert H.,
Manatunga, Amita K.,
Terrell, Metrecia L.,
Marcus, Michele

16611672. Likelihoodbased methods for estimating the association between a health outcome and left or intervalcensored longitudinal exposure data†
Marcus, Michele,
Terrell, Metrecia L.,
Manatunga, Amita K.,
Lyles, Robert H.,
Wannemuehler, Kathleen A.

16731680. Estimating treated prevalence and service utilization rates: Assessing disparities in mental health
Laska, Eugene M.,
Meisner, Morris,
Wanderling, Joseph,
Siegel, Carole

16811695. A Bayesian approach to competing risks analysis with masked cause of death
Sen, Ananda,
Banerjee, Mousumi,
Li, Yun,
Noone, AnneMichelle

16961709. A Bayesian model averaging approach with noninformative priors for costeffectiveness analyses
Conigliani, Caterina

17101723. Joint Bayesian analysis of birthweight and censored gestational age using finite mixture models
Schwartz, Scott L.,
Gelfand, Alan E.,
Miranda, Marie L.

17241734. Joint modeling of progressionfree survival and death in advanced cancer clinical trials
Verbeke, Geert,
Lesaffre, Emmanuel,
Dejardin, David

17241734. Joint moedling of progressionfree survival and death in advanced cancer clinical trials
Dejardin, David,
Lesaffre, Emmanuel,
Verbeke, Geert

17351745. Combining stratified and unstratified logrank tests in paired survival data
Oakes, David,
Feng, Changyong

17461756. A flexible unified approach to the analysis of preclinical combination studies
Harbron, Chris

17571759. Comment on ``Construction of confidence limits about effect measures: A general approach'' (2008V27 p16931702) (Pkg: p17571760)
Singer, Julia

17571759. Construction of confidence limits about effect measures: A general approach, by G. Y. Zou and A. Donner, Statistics in Medicine 2008; 27:1693–1702
Singer, Julia

17601760. Reply to comment on ``Construction of confidence limits about effect measures: A general approach'' (2008V27 p16931702) (Pkg: p17571760)
Zhou, G. Y.

17611768. Responseadaptive randomization for clinical trials with adjustment for covariate imbalance
Ning, Jing,
Huang, Xuelin

17691778. A multiple imputation approach to disclosure limitation for highage individuals in longitudinal studies
An, Di,
Little, Roderick J. A.,
McNally, James W.

17791792. An index of local sensitivity to nonignorability for multivariate longitudinal mixed data with potential nonrandom dropout
Mahabadi, S. Eftekhari,
Ganjali, M.

17931807. Some droptheloser designs for monitoring multiple doses
Chen, Y. H. Joshua,
DeMets, David L.,
Lan, K. K. Gordon

18081824. A Bayesian dosefinding procedure for phase I clinical trials based only on the assumption of monotonicity
Whitehead, John,
Thygesen, Helene,
Whitehead, Anne

181192. Power and sample size calculations for longitudinal studies comparing rates of change with a timevarying exposure
Basagana, X.,
Basagaña, X.,
Spiegelman, D.

18251838. A linear exponent AR(1) family of correlation structures
Simpson, Sean L.,
Edwards, Lloyd J.,
Muller, Keith E.,
Sen, Pranab K.,
Styner, Martin A.

18391856. A twocomponent nonlinear mixed effects model for longitudinal data, with application to gastric emptying studies
Kim, Inyoung,
Cohen, Noah D.,
Roussel, Allen,
Wang, Naisyin

18571858. Comments on ‘Noninferiority tests for clustered matchedpair data’ by J. Nam and D. Kwon, Statistics in Medicine 2009; 28:1668–1679
Sun, Xuezheng,
Yang, Zhao

18571858. Comment on ``Noninferiority tests for clustered matchedpair data'' (2009V28 p16681679) (Pkg:18571860)
Yang, Zhao,
Sun, Xuezheng

18591860. Authors' Reply†
Edwards, Brenda K.,
Feuer, Eric J.,
Tiwari, Ram,
Hankey, Benjamin F.,
Clegg, Limin X.

18591860. Reply to comment on ``Noninferiority tests for clustered matchedpair data'' (2009V28 p16681679) (Pkg:18571860)
Nam, JunMo,
Kwon, Deukwoo

18611874. A Bayesian analysis of mixture structural equation model with nonignorable missing responses and covariates
Cai, JingHeng,
Song, XinYuan,
Hser, YihIng

18611874. A Bayesian analysis of mixture structural equation models with nonignorable missing responses and covariates
Hser, YihIng,
Song, XinYuan,
Cai, JingHeng

18751889. predicting treatment effects using biomarker data in a metaanalysis of clinical trials
Li, Y.,
Taylor, J. M. G.

18901899. Efforts to adjust for confounding by neighborhood using complex survey data
Brumback, Babette A.,
Dailey, Amy B.,
He, Zhulin,
Brumback, Lyndia C.,
Livingston, Melvin D.

19001909. A method for monitoring a process from an out of control to an in control state: Application to the learning curve
Porcher, Raphael,
Porcher, Raphaeel,
Biau, David J.,
Porcher, Raphaël

19101918. A spatial scan statistics for multinomial data
Jung, Inkyung,
Kulldorff, Martin,
Richard, Otukei John

19101918. A spatial scan statistic for multinomial data
Richard, Otukei John,
Kulldorff, Martin,
Jung, Inkyung

19191931. A binning method for analyzing mixed longitudinal data measured at distinct time points
Xiong, Xiaoqin,
Dubin, Joel A.

193198. A simple analysis of a simple crossover trial with a dichotomous outcome measure
Schouten, Hubert,
Kester, Arnold

19321946. Assessing agreement in the timing of treatment initiation determined by repeated measurements of novel versus gold standard technologies with application to the monitoring of CD4 counts in HIVinfected patients
Noubary, Farzad,
Hughes, Michael D.

19471957. A flexible approach to the crossing hazards problem
Muggeo, Vito M. R.,
Tagliavia, Miriam

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19631976. Comparative effectiveness research: Policy context, methods development and research infrastructure†
McClellan, Mark,
Benner, Joshua,
Tunis, Sean R.

19631976. Comparative effectiveness research: Policy context, methods development and research infrastructure
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Gatsonis, Constantine

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Lauer, Michael S.

19821984. The historical and moral imperatives of comparative effectiveness research†‡
Lauer, Michael S.

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Normand, SharonLise T.,
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Morton, Sally C.

19891990. Comments on ‘Comparative effectiveness research: Policy context, methods development and research infrastructure’
Morton, Sally C.

199209. Bayesian methods of analysis for cluster randomized trials with count outcome data
Clark, Allan B.,
Bachmann, Max O.

19911995. On the limitations of comparative effectiveness research
Rubin, Donald B.

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Tunis, Sean R.,
Benner, Joshua,
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McClellan, Mark,
Benner, Joshua,
Tunis, Sean R.

19982011. Discovery of complex pathways from observational data
Baurley, James W.,
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Gauderman, W. James,
Thomas, Duncan C.

20122027. Space–time latent component modeling of georeferenced health data
Huang, Kun,
Hossain, Md Monir,
Cai, Bo,
Song, HaeRyoung,
Lawson, Andrew B.

20122027. Spacetime latent component modeling of georeferenced health data
Lawson, Andrew B.,
Song, HaeRyoung,
Cai, Bo,
Hossain, Md Monir,
Huang, Kun

20282044. Using testlet response theory to analyze data from a survey of attitude change among breast cancer survivors
Wang, Xiaohui,
Baldwin, Su,
Wainer, Howard,
Bradlow, Eric T.,
Reeve, Bryce B.,
Smith, Ashley W.,
Bellizzi, Keith M.,
Baumgartner, Kathy B.

20452054. Estimation of overall survival in an `Illnessdeath' model with application to the vertical transmission of HIV1
Frydman, Halina,
Szarek, Michael

20452054. Estimation of overall survival in an ‘illness–death’ model with application to the vertical transmission of HIV1
Szarek, Michael,
Frydman, Halina

20552066. Method of balanced adjustment in testing coprimary endpoints
Kordzakhia, George,
Siddiqui, Ohidul,
Huque, Mohammad F.

20672067. Comment on ``Mistake on quantifying the indirect treatment effect via surrogate markers'' (2006V25 p223231) (Pkg: p20672068)
Dibaj, Shiva,
Faghihzadeh, Soghrat,
Jalaie, Shohreh

20682068. Reply to comment on ``Mistake on quantifying the indirect treatment effect via surrogate markers'' (2006V25 p223231) (Pkg: p20672068)
Qu, Yongming,
Case, Michael

20692077. Introduction and snapshot review: Relating infectious disease transmission models to data
O'Neill, Philip D.

20782089. Metaanalysis for rare events
Ryan, Louise,
Parast, Layla,
Cai, Tianxi

20902106. Bayesian estimation of the receiver operating characteristic curve for a diagnostic test with a limit of detection in the absence of a gold standard
Gardner, Ian A.,
Utts, Jessica M.,
Johnson, Wesley O.,
Jafarzadeh, Seyed Reza

210218. Testing for qualitative interactions between stages in an adaptive study
Parker, Robert A.

21072116. A comparison of the results of intenttotreat, perprotocol, and gestimation in the presence of nonrandom treatment changes in a timetoevent noninferiority trial
Matsuyama, Yutaka

21172125. Threesided hypothesis testing: Simultaneous testing of superiority, equivalence and inferiority
Stijnen, Theo,
Solari, Aldo,
Goeman, Jelle J.

21262136. Analyzing multivariate survival data using composite likelihood and flexible parametric modeling of the hazard functions
Parner, Erik T.,
Nielsen, Jan

21372148. The performance of different propensityscore methods for estimating differences in proportions (risk differences or absolute risk reductions) in observational studies
Austin, Peter C.

21492165. Comparison of weighted kappa coefficients of multiple binary diagnostic tests done on the same subjects
Castillo, Juan Dios Luna del,
Nofuentes, José Antonio Roldán

21692179. Sample size determination in clinical trials with multiple coprimary binary endpoints
Hamasaki, Toshimitsu,
Sugimoto, Tomoyuki,
Sozu, Takashi

21802193. Approximate models for aggregate data when individuallevel data sets are very large or unavailable
Berlowitz, Dan,
Christiansen, Cindy L.,
Shwartz, Michael,
Peköz, Erol A.

219228. Hierarchical testing of multiple endpoints in groupsequential trials
Glimm, Ekkehard,
Maurer, Willi,
Bretz, Frank

21942199. Twostage testing using selection schemes
Sudbury, Aidan

22002214. A note on dichotomization of continuous response variable in the presence of contamination and model misspecification
Xie, Minge,
Shentu, Yue

22152223. A robust weighted Kaplan–Meier approach for data with dependent censoring using linear combinations of prognostic covariates
Taylor, Jeremy M. G.,
Hsu, ChiuHsieh

22242234. Distributed lag nonlinear models
Kenward, M. G.,
Armstrong, B.,
Gasparrini, A.

22352245. Multidimensional standard curve for the development process of human fetuses
Otani, H.,
Udagawa, J.,
Naito, K.

22462259. Joint modeling of performance and subjective reporting to assess sensitivity to druginduced sleepiness†
Putcha, Lakshmi,
Boyd, Jason L.,
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