Volume 30.
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308 references.
Articles

110. A semicompeting risks model for data with intervalcensoring and informative observation: An application to the MRC cognitive function and ageing study
Farewell, Vern T.,
Siannis, Fotios,
Barrett, Jessica K.

10071017. Bounding the bias of unmeasured factors with confounding and effectmodifying potentials
Lee, WenChung

101126. A Bayesian approach for estimating bioterror attacks from patient data
Najm, H. N.,
Marzouk, Y. M.,
Ray, J.

10181027. Analysis of a composite endpoint with longitudinal and timetoevent data
Wong, Weng Kee,
Tseng, ChiHong

10281043. A zero and Kinflated mixture model for health questionnaire data
Zaslavsky, Alan M.,
Gruber, Michael J.,
Green, Jennifer Greif,
Finkelman, Matthew D.

10451056. Design evaluation and optimization for models of hepatitis C viral dynamics
Mentré, France,
Neumann, Avidan U.,
Bazzoli, Caroline,
Guedj, Jeremie

10571071. Detection of spatial disease clusters with LISA functions
Montes, Francisco,
Moraga, Paula

10721089. Modelling the rate of change in a longitudinal study with missing data, adjusting for contact attempts
Hutton, Jane L.,
Akacha, Mouna

10901104. Personalized estimates of breast cancer risk in clinical practice and public health†
Gail, Mitchell H.

1121. Extensions of net reclassification improvement calculations to measure usefulness of new biomarkers
Steyerberg, Ewout W.,
Sr, Ralph B. D'Agostino,
Pencina, Michael J.

11051117. On the Cstatistics for evaluating overall adequacy of risk prediction procedures with censored survival data
Wei, L. J.,
D'Agostino, Ralph B.,
Pencina, Michael J.,
Cai, Tianxi,
Uno, Hajime

11181136. Predictive assessment of a nonlinear random effects model for multivariate time series of infectious disease counts
Held, L.,
Paul, M.

11371156. A functional multiple imputation approach to incomplete longitudinal data
Raghunathan, Trivellore E.,
Yucel, Recai,
He, Yulei

11571178. Regression models, scan statistics and reappearance probabilities to detect regions of association between gene expression and copy number
Bull, Shelley B.,
Andrulis, Irene L.,
Asimit, Jennifer L.

11791180. Bayesian ideas and data analysis: An introduction for scientists and statisticians R. Christensen, W. Johnson, A. Branscum and T. E. Hanson, CRC Press, Boca Raton, 2010. No. of pages: ix + 470 pp. Price: $69.95/£44.77. ISBN: 9781439803547
Cheng, Dunlei

11801181. Design and analysis of experiments with SAS John Lawson, Chapman & Hall/CRC, Boca Raton, 2010. No. of pages: 582. Price: $99.95. ISBN10: 1420060600, ISBN13: 9781420060607
Woods, David

11831198. Metaanalysis and sensitivity analysis for multiarm trials with selection bias
Yue, Rongxian,
Shi, Jian Qing,
Chootrakool, Hathaikan

11991217. Exploring the benefits of adaptive sequential designs in timetoevent endpoint settings
Emerson, Scott S.,
Rudser, Kyle D.,
Emerson, Sarah C.

12181229. A Bayesian responseadaptive covariatebalanced randomization design with application to a leukemia clinical trial
Liu, Suyu,
Huang, Xuelin,
Yuan, Ying

12301242. Test noninferiority (and equivalence) based on the odds ratio under a simple crossover trial
Chang, KuangChao,
Lui, KungJong

12431253. Covariateadjusted nonparametric survival curve estimation
Wang, Yanping,
Ni, Xiao,
Qu, Yongming,
Symanowski, James,
Jiang, Honghua

12541265. Estimation of reliability in a threefactor model
Holland, Burt,
Keen, Kevin John,
Wang, Luqiang

12661277. Timedependent ROC analysis under diverse censoring patterns
Ma, Shuangge,
Li, Jialiang

127139. Bayesian approach to cancertrend analysis using agestratified Poisson regression models
Tiwari, Ram C.,
Ghosh, Kaushik,
Ghosh, Pulak

12781291. Modified robust variance estimator for generalized estimating equations with improved smallsample performance
Long, Qi,
Wang, Ming

12921301. Comparing paired vs nonpaired statistical methods of analyses when making inferences about absolute risk reductions in propensityscore matched samples
Austin, Peter C.

13021311. Estimating standard errors for life expectancies based on complex survey data with mortality followup: A case study using the National Health Interview Survey Linked Mortality Files†
Pamuk, Elsie R.,
Wheatcroft, Gloria,
Lochner, Kimberly A.,
Parsons, Van L.,
Schenker, Nathaniel

13121323. Bias in causal estimates from Mendelian randomization studies with weak instruments
Thompson, Simon G.,
Burgess, Stephen

13241325. The Oxford textbook of clinical research ethics Ezekiel Emanuel, Christine Grady, Robert Crouch, Reidar Lie, Franklin Miller, David Wendler, Oxford University Press, 2008. No. of pages: 848. Price: $150.00. ISBN13: 9780195168655, ISBN10: 0195168658 Hardback
Rogers, Wendy

13261327. Mixed effects models for complex data Lang Wu, Chapman & Hall/CRC, Boca Raton, 2010. No. of pages: xx +419. Price: $89.95. ISBN: 9781420074024
Ormerod, John T.

13271328. Missing data in longitudinal studies: Strategies for Bayesian modeling and sensitivity analysis M. J. Daniels and J. W. Hogan, Chapman & Hall/CRC, Boca Raton, 2008. No. of pages: 303. Price: $83.95. ISBN: 9781584886099
Bartlett, Jonathan

13291338. The inclusion of historical control data may reduce the power of a confirmatory study
Cuffe, Robert L.

13391350. Multiple imputation based on restricted mean model for censored data
Tsodikov, Alex,
Murray, Susan,
Liu, Lyrica Xiaohong

13511365. Flexible modeling of the effects of continuous prognostic factors in relative survival
Quantin, Catherine,
BonithonKopp, Claire,
Binquet, Christine,
Giorgi, Roch,
Abrahamowicz, Michal,
Mahboubi, Amel

13661380. A Bayesian semiparametric multivariate joint model for multiple longitudinal outcomes and a timetoevent
Ghosh, Pulak,
Rizopoulos, Dimitris

13811396. Bayes computation for ecological inference
Teeple, Elizabeth,
Dobra, Adrian,
Haneuse, Sebastien,
Wakefield, Jon

13971409. Information in the sample covariate distribution in prevalent cohorts
Bergeron, PierreJérôme,
Cook, Richard J.

140151. Parameterization of treatment effects for metaanalysis in multistate Markov models
Ades, A. E.,
Welton, Nicky J.,
Price, Malcolm J.

14101418. Equivalence of improvement in area under ROC curve and linear discriminant analysis coefficient under assumption of normality
Sr., Ralph B. D'Agostino,
Pencina, Michael J.,
Demler, Olga V.

14191428. A stochastic multicriteria model for evidencebased decision making in drug benefitrisk analysis
Postmus, Douwe,
Hillege, Hans L.,
Buskens, Erik,
Valkenhoef, Gert van,
Tervonen, Tommi

14291440. Regression analysis of longitudinal data with informative observation times and application to medical cost data
Pounds, Stanley,
Tong, Xingwei,
Sun, Jianguo,
Zhu, Liang

14411454. Comparison of two populations of curves with an application in neuronal data analysis
Chenouri, Shojaeddin,
Behseta, Sam

14551465. A twopart model for reference curve estimation subject to a limit of detection†
Louis, G. M. Buck,
Lee, P. A.,
Gollenberg, A. L.,
Albert, P. S.,
Hediger, M. L.,
Himes, J. H.,
Addo, O. Y.,
Zhang, Z.

14661467. Comment on ‘Bias reduction in conditional logistic regression’ by J. X. Sun, S. Sinha, S. Wang and T. Maiti, Statistics in Medicine 2010; DOI: 10.1002/sim.4105
Heinze, Georg

14681469. Introduction to time series modeling Genshiro, Kitagawa, Chapman & Hall/CRC Monographs on Statistics & Applied Probability, 2010. xxiii. No. of pages: 296. Hardback, Price: $79.95. ISBN: 9781584889212, ISBN 10: 1584889217
Boshnakov, Georgi N.

14711472. Sixth international French society of statistics meeting on statistical methods in biopharmacy: Recent advances and trends in statistics as applied to clinical trials
Grouin, JeanMarie,
Campbell, Michael

14731488. Mixtures of multiple testing procedures for gatekeeping applications in clinical trials
Dmitrienko, Alex,
Tamhane, Ajit C.

14891501. Test and power considerations for multiple endpoint analyses using sequentially rejective graphical procedures
Bretz, Frank,
Maurer, Willi,
Hommel, Gerhard

15021518. Multiple testing of treatmenteffectmodifying biomarkers in a randomized clinical trial with a survival endpoint
Michiels, Stefan,
Potthoff, Richard F.,
George, Stephen L.

15191527. Flexible design clinical trial methodology in regulatory applications
James Hung, H. M.,
Wang, SueJane,
O'Neill, Robert

152159. Empirical likelihood ratio test for median and mean residual lifetime
Jeong, JongHyeon,
Zhou, Mai

15281540. Designing a seamless phase II/III clinical trial using early outcomes for treatment selection: An application in multiple sclerosis
Friede, T.,
Parsons, N.,
Stallard, N.,
Todd, S.,
Valdes Marquez, E.,
Chataway, J.,
Nicholas, R.

15411554. An adaptive confirmatory trial with interim treatment selection: Practical experiences and unbalanced randomization
Lo, Serigne N.,
Heritier, Stephane,
Lô, Serigne N.,
Morgan, Caroline C.

15551562. How a new stratified adaptive phase II design could improve targeting population
TournouxFacon, Caroline,
De Rycke, Yann,
TubertBitter, Pascale

15631573. Posterior maximization and averaging for Bayesian working model choice in the continual reassessment method
Daimon, T.,
Zohar, S.,
O'Quigley, J.

15741583. Dosefinding design driven by efficacy in oncohematology phase I/II trials
Seegers, V.,
Chevret, S.,
RescheRigon, M.

15841594. Dosefinding approach for dose escalation with overdose control considering incomplete observations
Mauguen, A.,
Le Deley, M. C.,
Zohar, S.

15971607. Multiple imputation analysis of casecohort studies
Marti, Helena,
Chavance, Michel

160174. Using latent variable modeling and multiple imputation to calibrate rater bias in diagnosis assessment
Green, Bonnie L.,
Gibbons, Robert D.,
Crespi, Catherine M.,
Siddique, Juned

16081617. Estimating and testing for center effects in competing risks
Katsahian, Sandrine,
Boudreau, Christian

16181627. A proof of concept phase II noninferiority criterion
Neuenschwander, Beat,
Rouyrre, Nicolas,
Hollaender, Norbert,
Zuber, Emmanuel,
Branson, Michael

16281635. Regulatory advice and drug development A case study in negociating with regulators
Seldrup, Joergen,
Seldrup, Jorgen,
Seldrup, Jørgen

16371647. Maximum inflation of the type 1 error rate when sample size and allocation rate are adapted in a preplanned interim look
Graf, Alexandra C.,
Bauer, Peter

16481664. An extension of the single threshold design for monitoring efficacy and safety in phase II clinical trials
Brutti, P.,
Gubbiotti, S.,
Sambucini, V.

16651677. Reducing false alarms in syndromic surveillance
Peter, William,
Najmi, Amir H.,
Burkom, Howard S.

16781694. Hidden Markov models for zeroinflated Poisson counts with an application to substance use
DeSantis, Stacia S.,
Bandyopadhyay, Dipankar

16951711. Assessing neural activity related to decisionmaking through flexible odds ratio curves and their derivatives
RocaPardinas, Javier,
CadarsoSuarez, Carmen,
Acuna, Carlos,
RocaPardiñas, Javier,
CadarsoSuárez, Carmen,
PardoVazquez, Jose L.,
Leboran, Victor,
Molenberghs, Geert,
Faes, Christel,
Acuña, Carlos

17121721. Combining multiple continuous tests for the diagnosis of kidney impairment in the absence of a gold standard
Yu, Binbing,
Zhou, Chuan,
Bandinelli, Stefania

17221734. Regressionassisted deconvolution
McIntyre, Julie,
Stefanski, Leonard A.

17351750. Constrained Sestimators for linear mixed effects models with covariance components
Chervoneva, Inna,
Vishnyakov, Mark

175185. Copulabased regression models for a bivariate mixed discrete and continuous outcome
Wu, B.,
Leon, A. R. de

17511760. Assessment of a disease screener by hierarchical allsubset selection using area under the receiver operating charateristic curves
LewisFernandez, Roberto,
Wang, Yuanjia,
Chen, Huaihou,
Schwartz, Theresa,
Duan, Naihua,
Parcesepe, Angela,
LewisFernández, Roberto

17511760. Assessment of a disease screener by hierarchical allsubset selection using area under the receiver operating characteristic curves
LewisFernández, Roberto,
Parcesepe, Angela,
Duan, Naihua,
Schwartz, Theresa,
Chen, Huaihou,
Wang, Yuanjia

17611776. Modelling the geographical distribution of coinfection risk from singledisease surveys
Schur, Nadine,
Gosoniu, L.,
Raso, G.,
Utzinger, J.,
Vounatsou, P.

17771794. Defining and ranking effects of individual agents based on survival times of cancer patients treated with combination chemotherapies
Wolff, Johannes E.,
Berrak, Su G.,
Liu, Diane D.,
Thall, Peter F.

17951808. Assessing noninferiority in a threearm trial using the Bayesian approach
Tiwari, Ram C.,
Gönen, Mithat,
Nathoo, Farouk,
Ghosh, Pulak

18091824. Twostage instrumental variable methods for estimating the causal odds ratio: Analysis of bias
Have, Thomas R. Ten,
Small, Dylan S.,
Cai, Bing

18251836. A joint modeling approach to data with informative cluster size: Robustness to the cluster size model
Albert, Paul S.,
Zhang, Bo,
Chen, Zhen

18371851. Semiparametric regression models for detecting effect modification in matched casecrossover studies
Kim, Ho,
Cheong, HaeKwan,
Kim, Inyoung

18521864. Bias in estimating accuracy of a binary screening test with differential disease verification
Glueck, Deborah H.,
Ringham, Brandy M.,
Brinton, John T.,
Alonzo, Todd A.

186196. Estimating treatment difference for binary responses in the presence of surrogate endpoints
Biswas, Atanu,
Banerjee, Buddhananda

18651882. Cutoff designs for communitybased intervention studies
Rhoda, Dale A.,
Murray, David M.,
Hade, Erinn M.,
Pennell, Michael L.

18831897. Flexible estimation of covariance function by penalized spline with application to longitudinal family data
Wang, Yuanjia

18981912. A flexible genomewide bootstrap method that accounts for rankingand thresholdselection bias in GWAS interpretation and replication study design
Bull, Shelley B.,
Dimitromanolakis, Apostolos,
Sun, Lei,
Faye, Laura L.

19131915. A few remarks on ‘Statistical distribution of the difference of two proportions’ by Nadarajah and Kotz, Statistics in Medicine 2007; 26(18):3518–3523
Luo, Sheng,
Chen, Yong

19171932. Alternative methods for testing treatment effects on the basis of multiple outcomes: Simulation and case study
Normand, SharonLise T.,
Laird, Nan M.,
Horton, Nicholas J.,
Lipsitz, Stuart R.,
Fitzmaurice, Garrett M.,
Yoon, Frank B.

19331951. A proportional hazards regression model for the subdistribution with rightcensored and lefttruncated competing risks data
Fine, Jason,
Zhang, MeiJie,
Zhang, Xu

19521970. Bayesian procedures for phase I/II clinical trials investigating the safety and efficacy of drug combinations
Whitehead, Anne,
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19711988. Estimating costoffsets of new medications: Use of new antipsychotics and mental health costs for schizophrenia
Normand, S.L. T.,
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Lai, Albert M.,
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20052014. A min–max combination of biomarkers to improve diagnostic accuracy
Halabi, Susan,
Liu, Aiyi,
Liu, Chunling

201210. Improving smallsample inference in group randomized trials with binary outcomes
Braun, Thomas M.,
Westgate, Philip M.

20152027. Parametric variable selection in generalized partially linear models with an application to assess condom use by HIVinfected patients
Martinson, Neil,
Liang, Hua,
Leng, Chenlei

20282039. A SATS algorithm for jointly identifying multiple differentially expressed gene sets
Yang, Tae Young

20402055. Analysis of spontaneous adverse drug reaction (ADR) reports using supplementary information
Dewanji, Anup,
Ghosh, Palash

211223. Mixture cure model with random effects for the analysis of a multicenter tonsil cancer study
Taylor, Jeremy M. G.,
Peng, Yingwei

21302143. Practical modifications to the timetoevent continual reassessment method for phase I cancer trials with fast patient accrual and lateonset toxicities
Polley, MeiYin C.

21442159. Frailty modelling for survival data from multicentre clinical trials
MacKenzie, Gilbert,
Legrand, Catherine,
Sylvester, Richard,
Ha, Il Do

21602170. Discretetime semiMarkov modeling of human papillomavirus persistence
Smith, J. S.,
Sobel, J.,
Rompalo, A.,
Lo, Y.,
CuUvin, S.,
King, C. C.,
Hudgens, M. G.,
Mitchell, C. E.

21712186. A consistency approach to evaluation of bridging studies and multiregional trials
Hsiao, ChinFu,
Liu, JenPei,
Chien, TuanYing,
Tsou, HsiaoHui

21872198. Hierarchical spatial modeling of uncertainty in air pollution and birth weight study
Miranda, Marie Lynn,
Gelfand, Alan E.,
Gray, Simone C.

2238. Several methods to assess improvement in risk prediction models: Extension to survival analysis
Cui, Gang,
Cummiskey, Christopher P.,
Chambless, Lloyd E.

22012221. Perspectives on genomewide multistage familybased association studies
Steen, K. Van

22222233. Improving the power of chronic disease surveillance by incorporating residential history
Pagano, Marcello,
Manjourides, Justin

22342250. Fitting dynamic models with forcing functions: Application to continuous glucose monitoring in insulin therapy
Hovorka, R.,
Wei, C.,
Lunn, D. J.

224231. On the threearm noninferiority trial including a placebo with a prespecified margin
Tango, Toshiro,
Hida, Eisuke

22512264. Evaluating markers for treatment selection based on survival time
Zhou, XiaoHua,
Song, Xiao

22652277. Marginal regression models with timevarying coefficients for recurrent event data
Guo, Shaojun,
Zhou, Xian,
Sun, Liuquan

22782294. Regression analysis with covariates that have heteroscedastic measurement error
Little, Roderick J.,
Guo, Ying

22952309. Sample size and power determination in joint modeling of longitudinal and survival data
Chu, Haitao,
Ibrahim, Joseph G.,
Chen, Liddy M.

23102325. A mixture model for the joint analysis of latent developmental trajectories and survival
Hout, Ardo Van Den,
Fox, JeanPaul,
Entink, Rinke H. Klein

232249. Joint modeling of survival time and longitudinal data with subjectspecific changepoints in the covariates
Wang, C. Y.,
Lee, ShenMing,
Tapsoba, Jean de Dieu

23262340. New variable selection methods for zeroinflated count data with applications to the substance abuse field
Tan, Xianming,
Li, Runze,
Johnson, Norman J.,
Buu, Anne

23412348. On the clinical meaningfulness of a treatment's effect on a timetoevent variable
Jiang, Qi,
Snapinn, Steven

23492362. Causal models for randomized trials with two active treatments and continuous compliance†
Marcus, Bess,
Roy, Jason,
Ma, Yan

23632380. Methods to elicit experts’ beliefs over uncertain quantities: application to a cost effectiveness transition model of negative pressure wound therapy for severe pressure ulceration
Claxton, Karl,
Cullum, Nicky,
Iglesias, Cynthia,
Dumville, Jo,
Bojke, Laura,
Soares, Marta O.

23812388. Some insight on censored cost estimators
Bang, H.,
Cheng, Y.,
Zhao, H.

23892408. Robust extraction of covariate information to improve estimation efficiency in randomized trials†
Laan, Mark J. van der,
Valappil, Thamban,
Neugebauer, Romain,
Moore, Kelly L.

24092421. The use of restricted mean survival time to estimate the treatment effect in randomized clinical trials when the proportional hazards assumption is in doubt
Parmar, Mahesh K. B.,
Royston, Patrick

24222434. Sufficient conditions for concluding surrogacy based on observed data
Geng, Zhi,
He, Ping,
Wu, Zhenguo

24352450. Modeling subjectspecific phasedependent effects and variations in longitudinal responses via a geometric Brownian motion process
Chi, Eric,
Li, Juan,
Hsieh, Fushing,
Zhu, Li

24512466. Simulation study of power and sample size for repeated measures with multinomial outcomes: an application to sound direction identification experiments (SDIE)‡
Oleson, Jacob J.,
Jiang, Dingfeng

24672480. Inference of the Youden index and associated threshold using empirical likelihood for quantiles†
Letón, Emilio,
MolanesLópez, Elisa M.

24812498. Multivariate metaanalysis: Potential and promise
White, Ian R.,
Riley, Richard,
Jackson, Dan

250259. Analysis of multilevel grouped survival data with timevarying regression coefficients
Lo, Edward C. M.,
Lam, K. F.,
Wong, May C. M.

25002501. Multivariate metaanalysis: A comment
Cox, D. R.

25022503. Comments on ‘Multivariate metaanalysis: Potential and promise’ by Jackson et al., Statistics in Medicine
Bland, J. Martin

25042506. Multivariate metaanalysis: A method to summarize nonlinear associations
Armstrong, B.,
Gasparrini, A.

25072508. Commentary on ‘Multivariate metaanalysis: potential and promise’
Harbord, Roger M.

25092510. Rejoinder to commentaries on ‘Multivariate metaanalysis: Potential and promise’
Riley, Richard D.,
White, Ian R.,
Jackson, Dan

25112535. Mixed treatment comparison of repeated measurements of a continuous endpoint: an example using topical treatments for primary openangle glaucoma and ocular hypertension
Kelly, Steven,
Orme, Michelle,
Collins, Sarah,
Ades, A.E.,
Welton, Nicky J.,
Dakin, Helen A.

25362550. Dynamic clustering detection through multivalued descriptors of dermoscopic images
Baroni, Adone,
Maddalena, Lucia,
Guarracino, Maria Rosario,
Cozza, Valentina

25512561. Maximum likelihood estimation in generalized linear models with multiple covariates subject to detection limits
Chu, Haitao,
Ibrahim, Joseph G.,
May, Ryan C.

25622572. On fitting generalized linear mixedeffects models for binary responses using different statistical packages
Tu, Xin M.,
Zhu, Liang,
Xia, Yinglin,
Thurston, Sally W.,
Feng, Changyong,
Lu, Naiji,
Zhang, Hui

25732581. The impact of selection bias on test decisions in randomized clinical trials
Heussen, Nicole,
Hilgers, RalfDieter,
Cramer, Erhard,
Kennes, Lieven Nils

25822600. Modelbased analyses of bioequivalence crossover trials using the stochastic approximation expectation maximisation algorithm
Mentré, France,
Pigeolet, Etienne,
Gsteiger, Sandro,
Lavielle, Marc,
Dubois, Anne

260276. Multiple imputation of missing dualenergy Xray absorptiometry data in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey†
Mirel, Lisa,
Looker, Anne C.,
Johnson, Clifford L.,
Hughes, Jeffery,
Flegal, Katherine M.,
Curtin, Lester R.,
Burt, Vicki L.,
Borrud, Lori G.,
Schenker, Nathaniel

26012621. Subgroup identification based on differential effect search—A recursive partitioning method for establishing response to treatment in patient subpopulations
Enas, Gregory,
Denne, Jonathan,
Dmitrienko, Alex,
Lipkovich, Ilya

26222633. A case study of modelbased Bayesian dose response estimation
Neal, Thomas,
French, Jonathan,
Gruben, David,
Tan, Huaming

26342647. Extended mixture factor analysis model with covariates for mixed binary and continuous responses
Bentler, Peter M.,
An, Xinming

26482662. Modeling continuous diagnostic test data using approximate Dirichlet process distributions
Joseph, Lawrence,
Schwartzman, Kevin,
Scott, Allison N.,
Bélisle, Patrick,
Rahme, Elham,
Ladouceur, Martin

26632665. Joint modeling of missing data due to nonparticipation and death in longitudinal aging studies by K. B. Rajan and S. E. Leurgans, Statistics in Medicine 2010; 29:2260–2268
Demirtas, Hakan,
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26712682. Assessing covariate imbalance in metaanalysis studies
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Attanasio, Massimo,
Aiello, Fabio

26832695. A joint model of recurrent events and a terminal event with a nonparametric covariate function
Liu, Lei,
Yu, Zhangsheng

26962707. Avoiding bias in mixed model inference for fixed effects
Muller, Keith E.,
Edwards, Lloyd J.,
Gurka, Matthew J.

27082720. Bayesian methods for fitting mixture models that characterize branching tree processes: An application to development of resistant TB strains
Gruttola, Victor De,
Murray, Megan,
Mitnick, Carole,
Cohen, Ted,
Izu, Alane

27212735. A Bayesian growth mixture model to examine maternal hypertension and birth outcomes
Miranda, Marie Lynn,
Burgette, Lane F.,
Swamy, Geeta K.,
Neelon, Brian

27362753. Multiple imputation for completion of a national clinical audit dataset
West, Robert M.,
Gale, Christopher P.,
Greenwood, Darren C.,
Baxter, Paul D.,
Cattle, Brian A.

27542764. Frailty models: Applications to biomedical and genetic studies
Sr., R.B. D'Agostino,
Lunetta, Kathryn L.,
Lin, Haiqun,
Govindarajulu, Usha S.

27652766. Graphics for statistics and data analysis with R Kevin J. Keen, Chapman & Hall/CRC, Boca Raton, 2010. No. of pages: 489. Price: $69.95. ISBN: 9781584880875
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27672777. Evaluation metrics for biostatistical and epidemiological collaborations
Consortium, the Biostatistics Epidemiology and Research Design (BERD) Key Function Committee of the Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSA),
DeMets, Dave,
Li, YiJu,
Welty, Leah J.,
Wittkowski, Knut M.,
Oster, Robert A.,
Lindsell, Christopher J.,
Bhore, Rafia,
Junco, Deborah J. del,
Rubio, Doris McGartland

277290. A symmetrized Theil index measure of health disparities: An example using dental caries in U.S. children and adolescents
Talih, Makram,
Borrell, Luisa N.

27782782. The end of the beginning: a commentary on ‘Evaluation Metrics for Biostatistical and Epidemiological Collaborations’†
Trochim, William M.,
Kane, Cathleen

27832784. The end of the beginning: A commentary on ‘Evaluation metrics for biostatistical and epidemiological collaborations’: A rejoinder
Consortium, the Biostatistics Epidemiology and Research Design (BERD) Key Function Committee of the Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSA),
DeMets, Dave,
Li, YiJu,
Welty, Leah J.,
Wittkowski, Knut M.,
Oster, Robert A.,
Lindsell, Christopher J.,
Bhore, Rafia,
Junco, Deborah J. del,
Rubio, Doris McGartland

27852792. Principles for the ethical analysis of clinical and translational research
Klugman, Craig M.,
Pollock, Brad H.,
Heitman, Elizabeth,
Gelfond, Jonathan A.L.

27932803. Optimality, sample size, and power calculations for the sequential parallel comparison design
Schoenfeld, David A.,
Qaqish, Bahjat,
Ivanova, Anastasia

28042814. Interval estimation in twostage, dropthelosers clinical trials with flexible treatment selection
Wu, Samuel S.,
Yang, Mark C. K.,
Casella, George,
Neal, Dan

28152826. Monitoring binary outcomes using riskadjusted charts: a comparative study
Steiner, Stefan H.,
Hussein, Abdulkadir A.,
Gombay, Edit

28272841. Secondorder spatial analysis of epidermal nerve fibers
WendelschaferCrabb, Gwen,
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