Volume 31.
(as bibtex)
356 references.
Articles

12. Preface
Mohanty, S. G.

118. Diagnosing imputation models by applying target analyses to posterior replicates of completed data
Zaslavsky, Alan M.,
He, Yulei

12. Preface
Nocerino, John,
Singh, A. K.,
Spiegelman, Cliff

101113. Novel metrics for evaluating improvement in discrimination: net reclassification and integrated discrimination improvement for normal variables and nested models
Demler, Olga V.,
Sr., Ralph B. D'Agostino,
Pencina, Michael J.

10111012. Preface
Swift, Randall J.,
Krinik, Alan C.

114130. A framework for quantifying net benefits of alternative prognostic models†
Emerging Risk Factors Collaboration, ,
Thompson, Simon G.,
Wood, Angela M.,
White, Ian R.,
Rapsomaniki, Eleni

13071322. Optimal allocation of participants for the estimation of selection, preference and treatment effects in the twostage randomised trial design
Irwig, L.,
McCaffery, K.J.,
Macaskill, P.,
Turner, R.M.,
Walter, S.D.

131142. Sample size calculations for ROC studies: parametric robustness and Bayesian nonparametrics
Johnson, Wesley O.,
Branscum, Adam J.,
Cheng, Dunlei

13231341. Efficient semiparametric meanassociation estimation for longitudinal binary responses
Tang, ManLai,
Gao, Wei,
Shi, NingZhong,
Chen, Ziqi

13421360. Supervised Bayesian latent class models for highdimensional data
Betensky, Rebecca A.,
Nutt, Catherine L.,
Coull, Brent A.,
Houseman, E. Andrés,
DeSantis, Stacia M.

13611368. Piecewise exponential survival times and analysis of casecohort data
Lubin, Jay H.,
Graubard, Barry I,
Preston, Dale L.,
Gail, Mitchell H.,
Li, Yan

13691379. Extended quasilikelihood with fractional polynomials in the frame of the accelerated failure time model
Chen, DingGeng,
Liu, Liang,
Yu, Ruifeng,
Yu, Lili

13801404. Causal inference in epidemiological studies with strong confounding
Tager, Ira B.,
Laan, Mark J. van der,
Neugebauer, Romain,
Moore, Kelly L.

14051406. SAS and R: Data Management, Statistical Analysis, and Graphics
Denny, Frances

14071417. A generalized weighting regressionderived metaanalysis estimator robust to smallstudy effects and heterogeneity
Cooper, Nicola J.,
Abrams, Keith R.,
Ades, A.E.,
Thompson, John R.,
Sutton, Alex J.,
Moreno, Santiago G.

14181431. On the covariance of two correlated logodds ratios
Bagos, Pantelis G.

143154. A linear mixed model for predicting a binary event from longitudinal data under random effects misspecification
Albert, Paul S.

14321449. Estimating vaccination coverage for the trivalent measles–mumps–rubella vaccine from trivariate serological data
Beutels, Philippe,
Damme, Pierre Van,
Aerts, Marc,
Theeten, Heidi,
Hens, Niel,
Goeyvaerts, Nele

14501463. Modeling transmission of multitype infectious agents: application to carriage of Streptococcus pneumoniae
Auranen, Kari,
Hoti, Fabian,
Erästö, Panu

14641474. L 1 penalized continuation ratio models for ordinal response prediction using highdimensional datasets
Williams, A. A. A.,
Archer, K. J.

14751482. Ignoring overdispersion in hierarchical loglinear models: Possible problems and solutions
Molenberghs, Geert,
Alonso, Ariel,
Milanzi, Elasma

14831501. On the choice of parameterisation and priors for the Bayesian analyses of Mendelian randomisation studies
Sheehan, N. A.,
Didelez, V.,
Thompson, J. R.,
Jones, E. M.

15021516. Modeling hospital length of stay by Coxian phasetype regression with heterogeneity
Gardiner, Joseph C.,
Luo, Zhehui,
Tang, Xiaoqin

15171530. An entropybased nonparametric test for the validation of surrogate endpoints
Gangopadhyay, Ashis,
Wang, YongCheng,
Miao, Xiaopeng

15311542. Testing superiority at interim analyses in a noninferiority trial
Chen, Cong,
Chen, Y.H. Joshua

15431553. Quantifying discrimination of Framingham risk functions with different survival C statistics
Song, Linye,
Sr., Ralph B. D'Agostino,
Pencina, Michael J.

155164. An efficient and exact approach for detecting trends with binary endpoints
Wilding, Gregory E.,
Hutson, Alan D.,
Ma, Changxing,
Shan, Guogen

15541571. Analysis of an incomplete binary outcome derived from frequently recorded longitudinal continuous data: application to daily pain evaluation
Molenberghs, G.,
Grouin, JM.,
Bunouf, P.

15721581. Model misspecification and robustness in causal inference: comparing matching with doubly robust estimation
Waernbaum, Ingeborg

15821600. Improving bias and coverage in instrumental variable analysis with weak instruments for continuous and binary outcomes
Thompson, Simon G.,
Burgess, Stephen

16011616. Identifying representative trees from ensembles
Noone, AnneMichelle,
Ding, Ying,
Banerjee, Mousumi

16171632. Variance estimation for stratified propensity score estimators
Carpenter, J. R.,
Lucas, A.,
Morley, R.,
Williamson, E. J.

16331651. Bayesian semiparametric regression models for evaluating pathway effects on continuous and binary clinical outcomes
Zhao, Hongyu,
Pang, Herbert,
Kim, Inyoung

165176. The optimal discovery procedure in multiple significance testing: an empirical Bayes approach
Matsui, Shigeyuki,
Noma, Hisashi

16521653. Comments on ‘Sample size for equivalence trials: a case study from a vaccine lot consistency trial’ by J. Ganju, A. Izu and A. Anemona
Chen, Joshua,
Li, Xiaoming,
Sun, Xiao

16551674. Models for patients' recruitment in clinical trials and sensitivity analysis
Savy, Nicolas,
Savy, Stéphanie,
Mijoule, Guillaume

16751687. Dropouts in the AB/BA crossover design
Rodgers, Lauren R.,
Farewell, Daniel,
Henderson, Robin,
Matthews, John N.S.,
Ho, Weang Kee

16881698. Improved twostage tests for stratified phase II cancer clinical trials
Hou, Wei,
Shuster, Jonathan J.,
Chang, Myron N.

16991706. Inefficiency of randomization methods that balance on stratum margins and improvements with permuted blocks and a sequential method
Kaiser, Lee D.

17071721. Joint analysis of bivariate longitudinal ordinal outcomes and competing risks survival times with nonparametric distributions for random effects
Tseng, ChiHong,
Li, Gang,
Elashoff, Robert M.,
Li, Ning

17221737. Distributionfree inference on contrasts of arbitrary summary measures of survival
Emerson, Scott S.,
LeBlanc, Michael L.,
Rudser, Kyle D.

17381760. Longitudinal structural mixed models for the analysis of surgical trials with noncompliance
Tosteson, Tor D.,
Blood, Emily A.,
Heagerty, Patrick J.,
Sitlani, Colleen M.

17611773. Orderrestricted inference for multivariate longitudinal data with applications to the natural history of hearing loss†
Davidov, Ori,
Rosen, Sophia

177187. A spatial scan statistic for nonisotropic twolevel risk cluster
Lai, ShengJie,
Li, ZhongJie,
Yang, WeiZhong,
Wang, JinFeng,
Li, XiaoZhou

17741776. A remark on ‘Bayesian predictive approach to interim monitoring in clinical trials’ by A. Dmitrienko and MD. Wang
Zhou, Tianhui,
Cai, Gengqian

17771778. Clarification and correction
Cole, Stephen R.,
Gange, Stephen,
Lau, Bryan

17791790. Multiple testing for a combination drug with two study endpoints
Chiang, Alan,
Zhao, Jiwei,
Zhang, Sheng,
Shao, Jun

17911803. Handling of baseline measurements in the analysis of crossover trials
Zhang, Ji,
Meng, Zhaoling,
Chen, Xun

18041820. Bayesian decision theoretic twostage design in phase II clinical trials with survival endpoint
Schuetze, Scott M.,
Taylor, Jeremy M.G.,
Zhao, Lili

18211837. Twosample densitybased empirical likelihood ratio tests based on paired data, with application to a treatment study of attentiondeficit/hyperactivity disorder and severe mood dysregulation
Yu, Jihnhee,
Gurevich, Gregory,
Tsai, WanMin,
Vexler, Albert

18381848. Multiple imputation for leftcensored biomarker data based on Gibbs sampling method
Weissfeld, Lisa,
Kong, Lan,
Lee, MinJae

18491856. An efficient alternative to the stratified Cox model analysis
Li, Xiaoming,
Su, ShuChih,
Mehrotra, Devan V.

18571886. Ratio of geometric means to analyze continuous outcomes in metaanalysis: comparison to mean differences and ratio of arithmetic means using empiric data and simulation
Beyene, Joseph,
Adhikari, Neill K.J.,
Friedrich, Jan O.

188200. Bayesian analysis of the structural equation models with application to a longitudinal myopia trial
Fan, TsaiHung,
Wang, YiFu

18871902. Designing a pilot sequential multiple assignment randomized trial for developing an adaptive treatment strategy
Murphy, Susan A.,
Duan, Naihua,
GunlicksStoessel, Meredith,
Compton, Scott N.,
Almirall, Daniel

1928. Sample size calculations with multiplicity adjustment for longitudinal clinical trials with missing data
Lu, Kaifeng

19031917. Armitage lecture 2010: Understanding treatment effects: the value of integrating longitudinal data and survival analysis
Aalen, Odd O.

19181930. Flagging clinical adverse experiences: reducing false discoveries without materially compromising power for detecting true signals
Adewale, Adeniyi J.,
Mehrotra, Devan V.

19311943. A novel Phase I/IIa design for early phase oncology studies and its application in the evaluation of MK0752 in pancreatic cancer
Jodrell, Duncan,
Cook, Natalie,
Turner, Helen,
Halford, Sarah,
Davies, Scot,
Jaki, Thomas,
Thygesen, Helene,
Whitehead, John

19441960. Sequential design of phase II–III cancer trials
Shih, MeiChiung,
Lavori, Philip W.,
Lai, Tze Leung

19611971. Balancing continuous and categorical baseline covariates in sequential clinical trials using the area between empirical cumulative distribution functions
Su, Zheng,
Lin, Yunzhi

19721985. Bayesian nonparametric inference on quantile residual life function: Application to breast cancer data
Lee, Jae Won,
Jeong, JongHyeon,
Park, Taeyoung

19861999. Individual predictions based on nonlinear mixed modeling: application to prenatal twin growth
Thalabard, J.C.,
Samson, A.,
Stirnemann, J.J.

20002009. The parametric gformula to estimate the effect of highly active antiretroviral therapy on incident AIDS or death
Hernán, Miguel A.,
Gange, Stephen J,
Kingsley, Lawrence,
Tien, Phyllis C.,
Palella, Frank,
Young, Jessica G.,
Cole, Stephen R.,
Westreich, Daniel

201216. Pooling systematic reviews of systematic reviews: a Bayesian panoramic metaanalysis
Lilford, Richard J.,
Bowater, Russell James,
Hemming, Karla

20102026. Using R and WinBUGS to fit a generalized partial credit model for developing and evaluating patientreported outcomes assessments
Baser, Ray,
Li, Yuelin

20272040. Adaptive extensions of a twostage group sequential procedure for testing primary and secondary endpoints (I): unknown correlation between the endpoints
Mehta, Cyrus R.,
Wu, Yi,
Tamhane, Ajit C.

20412054. Adaptive extensions of a twostage group sequential procedure for testing primary and secondary endpoints (II): sample size reestimation
Mehta, Cyrus R.,
Wu, Yi,
Tamhane, Ajit C.

20552067. A Bayesian–frequentist twostage singlearm phase II clinical trial design
Marcella, Stephen,
Quan, Hui,
Moore, Dirk,
Shih, Weichung Joe,
Dong, Gaohong

20682085. Practical guidelines for adaptive seamless phase II/III clinical trials that use Bayesian methods
Stallard, Nigel,
Hutton, Jane L.,
Maurer, Willi,
Glimm, Ekkehard,
Kimani, Peter K.

20862097. Efficient use of longitudinal CD4 counts and viral load measures in survival analysis
Overbaugh, J.,
Baeten, J. M.,
McClelland, R. S.,
Tien, J.,
Ding, J.,
Randolph, T. W.,
Holte, S. E.

20982109. A simulation study of finitesample properties of marginal structural Cox proportional hazards models
Platt, Robert W.,
Schisterman, Enrique F.,
Cole, Stephen R.,
Westreich, Daniel

211212. Preface
Knatterud, Genell,
Flather, Marcus,
Terrin, Michael,
Pocock, Stuart

21102122. Using factor mixture analysis to model heterogeneity, cognitive structure, and determinants of dementia: an application to the Aging, Demographics, and Memory Study
Viroli, C.

21232136. A spatiotemporal absorbing state model for disease and syndromic surveillance
Vera, Francisco,
Lynch, James,
Datta, Gauri,
Karr, Alan F.,
Zou, Jian,
Banks, David L.,
Heaton, Matthew J.

21372150. A restricted mixture model for dietary pattern analysis in small samples
Lopes, Carla,
Ramos, Elisabete,
Santos, Ana Cristina,
Costa, Joaquim Pinto da,
Rita Gaio, A.

21512168. A new partition testing strategy for multiple endpoints
Cui, Xinping,
Wang, Bushi

21692178. A simple sample size formula for analysis of covariance in cluster randomized trials
Borm, George F.,
Hoop, Esther de,
Graff, Maud,
Eldridge, Sandra,
Teerenstra, Steven

217234. Optimal dosefinding designs with correlated continuous and discrete responses
Zhang, Rongmei,
Wu, Yuehui,
Fedorov, Valerii

21792195. A multivariate metaanalysis approach for reducing the impact of outcome reporting bias in systematic reviews
Williamson, Paula R.,
Riley, Richard D.,
Kirkham, Jamie J.

21962208. On the equivalence of posterior inference based on retrospective and prospective likelihoods: application to a casecontrol study of colorectal cancer
Mukherjee, B.,
Mitra, R.,
Forster, J.J.,
Song, J.,
Ghosh, M.

22092222. The effect of cluster size imbalance and covariates on the estimation performance of quadratic inference functions
Braun, Thomas M.,
Westgate, Philip M.

22232239. Estimation and variable selection via frailty models with penalized likelihood
Vonta, F.,
Koukouvinos, C.,
Androulakis, E.

22402248. Biomarker dynamics: estimating infection rates from serological data
Pelt, W van,
Strid, MA,
Simonsen, JB,
Duynhoven, YTHP van,
Ang, CW,
Eijkeren, JCH van,
Teunis, PFM

22492261. A new permutationbased method for assessing agreement between two observers making replicated quantitative readings
Barnhart, Huiman X.,
Gao, Jingjing,
Haber, Michael,
Pan, Yi

22622274. Performance of a propensity score adjustment in longitudinal studies with covariatedependent representation
Demirtas, Hakan,
Li, Chunshan,
Hedeker, Donald,
Leon, Andrew C.

22752289. Estimation and inference on correlations between biomarkers with repeated measures and leftcensoring due to minimum detection levels‡
Study Group, WIHS HPV,
Kim, Mimi Y.,
Strickler, Howard D.,
Gange, Stephen J.,
Xue, Xiaonan,
Xie, Xianhong

22902302. Analysis of multiple exposures in the casecrossover design via sparse conditional likelihood
Lagarde, Emmanuel,
Orriols, Ludivine,
Adroher, Nuria Duran,
Grandvalet, Yves,
Avalos, Marta

23032317. Nonparametric multistate representations of survival and longitudinal data with measurement error
Greene, Tom,
Wang, Xiaofeng,
Li, Liang,
Hu, Bo

23182334. Enhancing the Jacquez k nearest neighbor test for space–time interaction
Mack, Elizabeth A.,
Malizia, Nicholas

23352358. A smoothing expectation and substitution algorithm for the semiparametric accelerated failure time frailty model
Strawderman, Robert L.,
Johnson, Lynn M.

235252. Evaluating the interaction between the therapy and the treatment in clinical trials by the propensity score weighting method
Fujita, Toshiharu,
Henmi, Masayuki,
Fujii, Yosuke

23592373. IndOR: a new statistical procedure to test for SNP–SNP epistasis in genomewide association studies
Emily, M.

23742385. Testing goodness of fit of parametric models for censored data
Faes, Christel,
Aerts, Marc,
Nysen, Ruth

23862398. A Bayesian method for estimating prevalence in the presence of a hidden subpopulation
Gustafson, Paul,
Xia, Michelle

253268. A hybrid procedure for detecting global treatment effects in multivariate clinical trials: theory and applications to fMRI studies
Stallard, Nigel,
Aston, John A.D.,
Nichols, Thomas E.,
Rigat, Fabio,
Minas, Giorgos

25772587. Misuse of DeLong test to compare AUCs for nested models
Sr., Ralph B. D'Agostino,
Pencina, Michael J.,
Demler, Olga V.

25882609. A comparison of estimators to evaluate the discriminatory power of timetoevent models
Potapov, Sergej,
Schmid, Matthias

26102626. Extending the cstatistic to nominal polytomous outcomes: the Polytomous Discrimination Index
Steyerberg, Ewout W.,
Huffel, Sabine van,
Timmerman, Dirk,
Vergouwe, Yvonne,
Belle, Vanya Van,
Calster, Ben Van

26272643. A simulation study of predictive ability measures in a survival model I: Explained variation measures
Parmar, Mahesh K. B.,
Royston, Patrick,
ChoodariOskooei, Babak

26442659. A simulation study of predictive ability measures in a survival model II: explained randomness and predictive accuracy
Parmar, Mahesh K.B.,
Royston, P.,
ChoodariOskooei, B.

26602675. Nonparametric receiver operating characteristicbased evaluation for survival outcomes
Ma, Shuangge,
Zhou, XiaoHua,
Song, Xiao

26762686. Classification accuracy and cut point selection
Liu, Xinhua

26872696. Using multiple risk models with preventive interventions‡
Gail, Mitchell H.

269286. Relative survival multistate Markov model†
Quantin, Catherine,
Binquet, Christine,
Alioum, Ahmadou,
Abrahamowicz, Michal,
Huszti, Ella

26972712. Aggregating published prediction models with individual participant data: a comparison of different approaches
Steyerberg, Ewout W.,
Moons, Karel G.M.,
Vergouwe, Yvonne,
Koffijberg, Hendrik,
Debray, Thomas P.A.

27132732. Regression calibration with more surrogates than mismeasured variables
Carroll, Raymond J.,
Freedman, Laurence S.,
Midthune, Douglas,
Kipnis, Victor

27332744. A method for the early health technology assessment of novel biomarker measurement in primary prevention programs
Buskens, Erik,
Steyerberg, Ewout W.,
Hillege, Hans L.,
Graaf, Gimon de,
Postmus, Douwe

27452756. Associations between variability of risk factors and health outcomes in longitudinal studies
Faul, Jessica,
Sammel, Mary D.,
Elliott, Michael R.

287300. A dynamic model for the risk of bladder cancer progression
Gómez, Guadalupe,
Malats, Núria,
Calle, M. Luz,
Porta, Núria

2944. Estimation and testing of the relative risk of disease in casecontrol studies with a set of k matched controls per case with known prevalence of disease †
Halabi, Susan,
Moser, Barry Kurt

301312. Optimal multistage designs for randomised clinical trials with continuous outcomes
Thompson, Simon G.,
Mander, Adrian P,
Wason, James M.S.

30733088. Incorporating prognostic factors into causal estimators: A comparison of methods for randomised controlled trials with a timetoevent outcome
Metcalfe, Chris,
Hampson, Lisa V.

30893103. Dichotomising continuous data while retaining statistical power using a distributional approach
Kerry, S.M.,
Ewings, S.M.,
Sauzet, O.,
Peacock, J.L.

31043117. Different ranking approaches defining association and agreement measures of paired ordinal data
Svensson, Elisabeth

31183132. Estimation of mediation effects for zeroinflated regression models
Albert, Jeffrey M.,
Wang, Wei

313327. Higherorder likelihood inference in metaanalysis and metaregression
Guolo, Annamaria

31333146. Handling the limit of detection by extrapolation
Longford, Nicholas T.

31473164. Multivariate multilevel spline models for parallel growth processes: application to weight and mean arterial pressure in pregnancy
Tilling, Kate,
Palmer, Tom,
Lawlor, Debbie A.,
MacdonaldWallis, Corrie

31653177. Mixedeffects Gaussian process functional regression models with application to dose–response curve prediction
West, R.M.,
Will, E.J.,
Wang, B.,
Shi, J.Q.

31783191. A maximally selected test of symmetry about zero
Wanderling, Joseph,
Meisner, Morris,
Laska, Eugene

31923210. A threelevel mixedeffects location scale model with an application to ecological momentary assessment data
Hedeker, Donald,
Li, Xue

32113222. A latentvariable marginal method for multilevel incomplete binary data
Zhou, XiaoHua,
Chen, Baojiang

32233240. Bootstrapbased inference on the difference in the means of two correlated functional processes‡
Punjabi, Naresh,
Ray, Shubankar,
Staicu, AnaMaria,
Crainiceanu, Ciprian M.

32413252. Estimation of gene–environment interaction by pooling biospecimens
Albert, P. S.,
Roy, A.,
Schisterman, E. F.,
Danaher, M. R.

328340. Improper analysis of trials randomised using stratified blocks or minimisation
Morris, Tim P.,
Kahan, Brennan C.

341352. Weighted multiple testing correction for correlated tests
Xie, Changchun

34333443. The design and conduct of clinical trials to limit missing data
Stern, H.,
Siegel, J. P.,
Shih, W.,
Neaton, J. D.,
Farrar, J. T.,
Emerson, S. S.,
Dickersin, K.,
Cohen, M. L.,
Little, R. J.

34443466. A transition model for qualityoflife data with nonignorable nonmonotone missing data
Troxel, Andrea B.,
Freres, Derek R.,
Liao, Kaijun

34673480. Performance of biascorrection methods for exposure measurement error using repeated measurements with and without missing data
McNamee, Roseanne,
Batistatou, Evridiki

34813493. The analysis of recordlinked data using multiple imputation with data value priors
Wade, Angie,
Harron, Katie,
Goldstein, Harvey

34943503. Bias and loss: the two sides of a biased coin
Atkinson, Anthony C.

35043515. Estimation of treatment effect under nonproportional hazards and conditionally independent censoring†
Gillen, Daniel L.,
Kittelson, John M.,
Boyd, Adam P.

35163536. Mixed treatment comparisons using aggregate and individual participant level data
Manca, Andrea,
Cooper, Nicola J.,
Sutton, Alex J.,
Saramago, Pedro

353365. Objective Bayes model selection in probit models
Casella, George,
Moreno, Elías,
LeonNovelo, Luis

35373544. Generalized multidimensional dynamic allocation method
Hu, Feifang,
Young, Benjamin,
Ge, Yan,
Lebowitsch, Jonathan

35453562. Misspecification of Cox regression models with composite endpoints
Cook, Richard J.,
Wu, Longyang

35633578. A new linear modelbased approach for inferences about the mean area under the curve
Hutson, Alan D.,
Chandrasekhar, Rameela,
Wilding, Gregory E.

35793596. A general approach for sample size calculation for the threearm ‘gold standard’ noninferiority design
Kieser, Meinhard,
Stucke, Kathrin

35973616. Metaanalysis methods and models with applications in evaluation of cholesterollowering drugs
Yao, Hui,
Lin, Jianxin,
Shah, Arvind K.,
Ibrahim, Joseph G.,
Chen, MingHui

36173637. Point source modeling of matched case–control data with multiple disease subtypes
Batterman, Stuart,
Mukherjee, Bhramar,
Li, Shi

36383648. Homogeneity tests of clustered diagnostic markers with applications to the BioCycle Study
Liu, Catherine Chunling,
Zhou, XiaoHua,
Schisterman, Enrique F.,
Liu, Aiyi,
Tang, Liansheng Larry

36493655. A modelling approach for blood units transfused after stem cell transplantation
Dunlop, Lindsay C.,
Heller, Gillian Z.

36563666. Testing goodness of fit in regression: a general approach for specified alternatives
Goeman, Jelle J.,
Cessie, Saskia le,
Solari, Aldo

366382. A general framework for estimating volumeoutcome associations from longitudinal data
Heagerty, Patrick J.,
Flum, David R.,
Farjah, Farhood,
French, Benjamin

36673680. Hierarchical modeling of agreement
Lesaffre, Emmanuel,
Declerck, Dominique,
Mutsvari, Timothy,
Vanbelle, Sophie

36813692. Estimating associations of mobile phone use and brain tumours taking into account laterality: a comparison and theoretical evaluation of applied methods
Schüz, Joachim,
Deltour, Isabelle,
Frederiksen, Kirsten

36933707. On Bayesian methods of exploring qualitative interactions for targeted treatment
Bepler, Gerold,
Sargent, Daniel J.,
Norkin, Maxim,
Raghunathan, Trivellore E.,
Ghosh, Debashis,
Chen, Wei

37083718. The impact of randomeffect misspecification on percentile estimation for longitudinal growth data
Zhang, Zhiwei,
Albert, Paul S.,
Cheon, Kyeongmi

37193730. A simple Bayesian decisiontheoretic design for dosefinding trials
Wang, YouGan,
Lu, Ying,
Fan, Shenghua Kelly

37313747. Frailty modeling of age–incidence curves of osteosarcoma and Ewing sarcoma among individuals younger than 40 years
Aalen, Odd O.,
Devesa, Susan S.,
Veierød, Marit B.,
Tretli, Steinar,
Grotmol, Tom,
Valberg, Morten

37483759. Comparing and combining data across multiple sources via integration of pairedsample data to correct for measurement error
Self, Steve,
Li, Sue,
Moodie, Zoe,
Huang, Ying,
Huang, Yunda

37603772. Weighted logrank tests for interval censored data when assessment times depend on treatment
Shih, Joanna H.,
Fay, Michael P.

37733786. Classification of samples into two or more ordered populations with application to a cancer trial
Salvador, B.,
Rueda, C.,
Fernández, M.A.,
Conde, D.

37873788. Correction: How to deal with double partial verification when evaluating two index tests in relation to a reference test?
Zwinderman, Aeilko H.,
Mol, Ben Willem,
Opmeer, Brent C.,
Broeze, Kimiko A.,
Geloven, Nan Van

37893804. Variable selection for covariateadjusted semiparametric inference in randomized clinical trials
Davidian, Marie,
Zhang, Hao Helen,
Yuan, Shuai

38053820. Quantifying the impact of betweenstudy heterogeneity in multivariate metaanalyses
Riley, Richard D.,
White, Ian R.,
Jackson, Dan

38213839. Multivariate metaanalysis for nonlinear and other multiparameter associations
Kenward, M. G.,
Armstrong, B.,
Gasparrini, A.

38273829. Preface
Brown, Emery N.,
Kass, Robert E.

383396. Hierarchical priors for bias parameters in Bayesian sensitivity analysis for unmeasured confounding
Richardson, Sylvia,
Levy, Adrian R.,
Gustafson, Paul,
McCandless, Lawrence C.

38403857. Assessing the consistency assumption by exploring treatment by covariate interactions in mixed treatment comparison metaanalysis: individual patientlevel covariates versus aggregate triallevel covariates‡
Smith, Catrin Tudur,
D'Alessandro, Umberto,
Williamson, Paula,
Donegan, Sarah

38583873. Dynamic randomization and a randomization model for clinical trials data
Kaiser, Lee D.

38743884. Identifying combined design and analysis procedures in twostage trials with a binary end point
Wason, James,
Bowden, Jack

38853895. A trivariate continual reassessment method for phase I/II trials of toxicity, efficacy, and surrogate efficacy
Carlin, Bradley P.,
Koopmeiners, Joseph S.,
Zhong, Wei

38963906. A conditional likelihood approach for regression analysis using biomarkers measured with batchspecific error
Long, Qi,
Bostick, Roberd M.,
Flanders, W. Dana,
Wang, Ming

39073920. Key properties of Doptimal designs for eventrelated functional MRI experiments with application to nonlinear models
Haley, Robert W.,
Spence, Jeffrey S.,
Lin, Qihua,
Carmack, Patrick S.,
Schucany, William R.,
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Winston, Carla A.,
Shang, Nong,
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Bilder, Christopher R.

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Li, Chunshan,
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Leon, Andrew C.

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Carrasco, Josep Lluís,
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Skaltsa, Konstantina

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Seaman, S.,
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Rondeau, Virginie,
Soubeyran, Pierre,
MathoulinPelissier, Simone,
Mazroui, Yassin

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Pawitan, Y.,
Tai, E.S.,
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Magnusson, P.,
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Gusnanto, A.,
Lee, Woojoo

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HouwingDuistermaat, Jeanine J.,
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Tsonaka, Roula

. Local sparse bump hunting reveals molecular heterogeneity of colon tumors‡
Markowitz, Sanford,
Rao, J. Sunil,
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Luime, Jolanda,
Lesaffre, Emmanuel,
Rockova, Veronika

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Carpenter, James,
White, Ian R.,
Jackson, Dan

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Ma, Jun,
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Feddag, MohandLarbi,
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Reilly, Marie,
Yang, Qian,
Salim, Agus

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Victor, Norbert,
Seldrup, Jørgen,
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Nakas, Christos T,
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Gerlinger, Christoph

. Twostage randomized trials: outstanding issues
Berger, Vance W.

. Response to ‘Unequal allocation and allocation concealment’ by Kaitlin E. Palys, VanceW. Berger, and William Grant
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Liu, Baoyan,
Hu, Jingqing

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Li, Xiaosong,
Lao, Lixing,
Zhou, XiaoHua,
Shuai, Ping

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Tan, Ming T.,
Berman, Brian M.,
Feng, Chiguang,
Huang, Yi,
Lao, Lixing

. Variable selection using the optimal ROC curve: An application to a traditional Chinese medicine study on osteoporosis disease
Liang, X.,
Liu, H.,
Tian, F.,
Xie, Y. M.,
Chen, B.,
Zhou, X. H.

. Discovering herbal functional groups of traditional Chinese medicine
Geng, Zhi,
Liu, Jun S.,
Liu, Delin,
Liu, Zhihai,
Deng, Ke,
He, Ping

. Building a disease risk model of osteoporosis based on traditional Chinese medicine symptoms and western medicine risk factors
Li, J. P.,
Fan, M.,
Kang, S.,
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Cai, B. J.,
Tian, F.,
Li, S. L.,
Zhou, X. H.

. Data processing and analysis in realworld traditional Chinese medicine clinical data: challenges and approaches
Guo, Yufeng,
Chen, Shibo,
Zhang, Runshun,
He, Liyun,
Hu, Jingqing,
Wang, Yinhui,
Zhou, Xuezhong,
Liu, Baoyan

. Random effects models for assessing diagnostic accuracy of traditional Chinese doctors in absence of a gold standard
Wang, Zheyu,
Zhou, XiaoHua

. Syndrome evaluation in traditional Chinese medicine using secondorder latent variable model
Qin, Yichen,
Zhang, Huiyun,
Yi, Danhui,
Li, Yang

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Li, XiaoSong,
Fan, MingYu,
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Feng, Ping

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Lindsell, Christopher J.,
Bhore, Rafia,
Junco, Deborah J. del,
Rubio, Doris McGartland

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Abrams, Keith R.,
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Rycke, Yann De,
TubertBitter, Pascale,
Hajage, David,
Savignoni, Alexia

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Bénichou, Jacques,
Laurier, Dominique,
Henry, Stéphane,
Rage, Estelle,
Leuraud, Klervi,
Thiébaut, Anne C.M.,
Allodji, Rodrigue S.

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UñaÁlvarez, Jacobo de,
RodríguezGirondo, Mar

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Hartzema, Abraham G.,
Racoosin, Judith A.,
Overhage, J. Marc,
Stang, Paul E.,
Madigan, David,
Ryan, Patrick B.

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Wolfe, R.,
Forbes, A.,
Williamson, E.J.

. Microarraybased prediction of Parkinson's disease using clinical data as additional response variables
Sæbø, Solve,
Lönneborg, Anders,
Karlsson, Magdalena Kauczynska

. Estimation of secondary endpoints in twostage phase II oncology trials‡
Kieser, Meinhard,
Kunz, Cornelia Ursula

. Designing a series of decisiontheoretic phase II trials in a small population
Stallard, Nigel,
Hee, Siew Wan

. Interplay of priors and skeletons in twostage continual reassessment method
O'Quigley, John,
Iasonos, Alexia

. A conditional error function approach for subgroup selection in adaptive clinical trials
Stallard, N.,
Parsons, N.,
Friede, T.

. Twostage metaanalysis of survival data from individual participants using percentile ratios
Higgins, Julian P. T.,
Tierney, Jayne,
Siannis, Fotios,
Farewell, Vern T.,
Barrett, Jessica K.

. The ghosts of departed quantities: approaches to dealing with observations below the limit of quantitation
Hockey, Hans,
Holford, Nick,
Senn, Stephen

. Optimal design of multiarm multistage trials
Jaki, Thomas,
Wason, James M. S.

. Contrasting treatmentspecific survival using doublerobust estimators
Schaubel, Douglas E.,
Zhang, Min

. A Bayesian predictive sample size selection design for singlearm exploratory clinical trials
Zohar, Sarah,
Daimon, Takashi,
Teramukai, Satoshi

. Methods for analyzing data from probabilistic linkage strategies based on partially identifying variables
Zwinderman, A. H.,
Hof, M. H. P.

. The impact of additional lifetable variables on excess mortality estimates
Giorgi, Roch,
Jooste, Valérie,
Grafféo, Nathalie

. A flexible spatial scan statistic with a restricted likelihood ratio for detecting disease clusters
Takahashi, Kunihiko,
Tango, Toshiro

. Simulating from marginal structural models with timedependent confounding
Didelez, V.,
Havercroft, W.G.

. Analysis of highthroughput screening assays using cluster enrichment
Carson, Dennis,
Corr, Maripat,
Arkin, Michelle,
Mulvaney, Joseph,
Cottam, Howard,
Hayashi, Tomoko,
Pu, Minya,
Messer, Karen

. Comparison of methods for imputing ordinal data using multivariate normal imputation: a case study of nonlinear effects in a large cohort study
Carlin, John B.,
Simpson, Julie A.,
Galati, John C.,
Lee, Katherine J.

. Density estimation of a biomedical variable subject to measurement error using an auxiliary set of replicate observations
Samson, A.,
Comte, F.,
Stirnemann, J.J.

. Measuring molecular biomarkers in epidemiologic studies: laboratory techniques and biospecimen considerations
Erickson, Heidi S.

. Unplanned adaptations before breaking the blind
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Posch, Martin

. Sufficient dimension reduction for longitudinally measured predictors
Bura, Efstathia,
Forzani, Liliana,
Pfeiffer, Ruth M.

. A Bayesian orderrestricted model for hormonal dynamics during menstrual cycles of healthy women
Chen, Zhen,
Mumford, Sunni L.,
Danaher, Michelle,
Roy, Anindya

. Outcomedependent sampling for longitudinal binary response data based on a timevarying auxiliary variable
Rathouz, Paul J.,
Heagerty, Patrick J.,
Chen, Zhen,
Mumford, Sunni L.,
Schildcrout, Jonathan S.

. Novel statistical methodology for analyzing longitudinal biomarker data
Schisterman, Enrique F.,
Albert, Paul S.

. Assessment of skewed exposure in casecontrol studies with pooling
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Ye, Aijun,
Zhang, Zhiwei,
Perkins, Neil J.,
Whitcomb, Brian W.

. Logistic regression analysis of biomarker data subject to pooling and dichotomization
Mukherjee, B.,
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. Likelihoodbased methods for regression analysis with binary exposure status assessed by pooling
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Zhang, Zhiwei,
Lin, Ji,
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Vexler, Albert

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. Tutorial in biostatistics: sample sizes for parallel group clinical trials with binary data
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