Volume 33.
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380 references.
Articles

10011014. Simulation from a known Cox MSM using standard parametric models for the gformula
Tchetgen, Eric J. Tchetgen,
Young, Jessica G.

10151028. Identifying multiple change points in a linear mixed effects model
Albert, Paul S.,
Lai, Yinglei

10291041. Spatially regularized estimation for the analysis of dynamic contrastenhanced magnetic resonance imaging data
Schmid, Volker J.,
Gertheiss, Jan,
Sommer, Julia C.

10421056. The consequences of proportional hazards based model selection
Dean, C.B.,
Campbell, H.

105116. Fractional polynomial adjustment for timevarying covariates in a selfcontrolled case series analysis
Carlin, John B.,
Lee, Katherine J.

10571069. A comparison of 12 algorithms for matching on the propensity score
Austin, Peter C.

10701080. Funnel plots for populationbased cancer survival: principles, methods and applications
Rachet, B.,
Coleman, M. P.,
Quaresma, M.

10811103. On the accuracy of classifying hospitals on their performance measures
Normand, SharonLise T.,
Selck, Frederic,
He, Yulei

11041120. Opportunities and challenges of combined effect measures based on prioritized outcomes
Kieser, Meinhard,
Brannath, Werner,
JahnEimermacher, Antje,
Rauch, Geraldine

11211133. Identifiability of subgroup causal effects in randomized experiments with nonignorable missing covariates
Geng, Zhi,
Ding, Peng

11341145. An analytic method for the placebobased patternmixture model
Lu, Kaifeng

11461161. Incorporating adverse event relatedness into dosefinding clinical trial designs
Pettitt, Anthony N.,
Thompson, Mery H.,
Darssan, Darsy

11621175. Semiparametric Bayesian joint modeling of a binary and continuous outcome with applications in toxicological risk assessment
Pennell, Michael L.,
Hwang, Beom Seuk

117118. Guest editors' introduction
Kuan, ChungMing,
Hong, Yongnmiao

117128. Distinguishability and agreement with continuous data
Jover, Lluis,
Escaramis, Georgia,
Caceres, Alejandro,
Carrasco, Josep L.

11761192. On the estimation of the reproduction number based on misreported epidemic data
Hens, Niel,
Faes, Christel,
Azmon, Amin

11931204. Estimating twin concordance for bivariate competing risks twin data
Hjelmborg, Jacob B.,
Holst, Klaus K.,
Scheike, Thomas H.

12051221. Marginal structural models for skewed outcomes: identifying causal relationships in health care utilization
Diop, Mamadou,
Tousignant, Pierre,
Coyle, Natalie,
Strumpf, Erin,
Moodie, Erica E.M.,
Héroux, Julie

12221241. Twiceweighted multiple interval estimation of a marginal structural model to analyze costeffectiveness
Goldfeld, K.S.

12421258. The use of propensity score methods with survival or timetoevent outcomes: reporting measures of effect similar to those used in randomized experiments
Austin, Peter C.

12611271. Causal inference for Mann–Whitney–Wilcoxon rank sum and other nonparametric statistics
Tu, X.M.,
Chen, T.,
Han, Y.,
Wu, P.

12721287. A varyingstage adaptive phase II/III clinical trial design
Dong, Gaohong

12881306. Methods for a longitudinal quantitative outcome with a multivariate Gaussian distribution multidimensionally censored by therapeutic intervention‡
Lachin, John M.,
Larsen, Michael D.,
Sun, Wanjie

129142. Nonignorable loss to followup: correcting mortality estimates based on additional outcome ascertainment
Boulle, A.,
Fox, M.,
Estill, J.,
Gsponer, T.,
Schomaker, M.

13071320. Combining markers with and without the limit of detection
Tang, Liansheng Larry,
Petricoin, Emanuel F.,
Liu, Catherine Chunling,
Dong, Ting

13211335. A general multistage procedure for koutofn gatekeeping
Tamhane, Ajit C.,
Xi, Dong

13361348. Sample size determination for studies designed to estimate covariatedependent reference quantile curves
JennenSteinmetz, Christine

13491368. A unified Bayesian hierarchical model for MRI tissue classification
Tierney, Luke,
Liang, Dong,
Feng, Dai

13691382. Nonparametric modeling and analysis of association between Huntington's disease onset and CAG repeats
Wang, Yuanjia,
Ma, Yanyuan

13831394. Nonparametric spectral analysis of heart rate variability through penalized sum of squares
Hall, Martica,
Thayer, Julian F.,
Buysse, Daniel J.,
Zhao, Mengyuan,
Krafty, Robert T.

13951408. Bayesian mixed hidden Markov models: a multilevel approach to modeling categorical outcomes with differential misclassification
Berhane, Kiros,
Zhang, Yue

14091425. A marginal structural model for multipleoutcome survival data:assessing the impact of injection drug use on several causes of death in the Canadian Coinfection Cohort
Klein, Marina B.,
Stephens, David A.,
Moodie, Erica E.M.

14261440. Optimal linear combinations of multiple diagnostic biomarkers based on Youden index
Tian, Lili,
Yin, Jingjing

143157. On assessing model fit for distributionfree longitudinal models under missing data
Kowalski, J.,
Tu, X.M.,
Wu, P.

14411459. An empirical comparison of univariate and multivariate metaanalyses for categorical outcomes
Schmid, Christopher H.,
Hoaglin, David C.,
Trikalinos, Thomas A.

14601476. A linearization approach for the modelbased analysis of combined aggregate and individual patient data
French, Jonathan L.,
Karlsson, Mats O.,
Ravva, Patanjali

14771489. Testing for qualitative interaction using ratios of treatment differences
Hothorn, Ludwig A.,
Kitsche, Andreas

14901502. Using structuralnested models to estimate the effect of clusterlevel adherence on individuallevel outcomes with a threearmed clusterrandomized trial
Rheingans, Richard,
Freeman, Matthew C.,
Prasad, Mansi,
He, Zhulin,
Brumback, Babette A.

15031513. Inference for the median residual life function in sequential multiple assignment randomized trials
Wahed, Abdus S.,
Ko, Jin H.,
Kidwell, Kelley M.

15141530. Wide brick tunnel randomization – an unequal allocation procedure that limits the imbalance in treatment totals
Tymofyeyev, Yevgen,
Kuznetsova, Olga M.

15311538. Pseudovalue approach for comparing survival medians for dependent data
Mendolia, Franco,
Ahn, Kwang Woo

15391563. Methods of designing twostage winner trials with survival outcomes
Zhang, Xiaosha,
Yang, Jay,
Li, Yulin,
Shih, Weichung J.,
Lin, Yong,
Fang, Fang

15641579. Incomplete contingency tables with censored cells with application to estimating the number of people who inject drugs in Scotland
Hay, Gordon,
Hutchinson, Sharon J.,
Bird, Sheila M.,
King, Ruth,
Overstall, Antony M.

158169. pFDR and pFNR estimation for brain networks construction
Filippi, Massimo,
Agosta, Federica,
Valsasina, Paola,
Quatto, Piero,
Sala, Sara

15801599. Bayesian parameter inference for dynamic infectious disease modelling: rotavirus in Germany
Höhle, Michael,
Wichmann, Ole,
Koch, Judith,
Dehnert, Manuel,
Weidemann, Felix

16001618. Bayesian sequential metaanalysis design in evaluating cardiovascular risk in a new antidiabetic drug development program
Hennessey, Violeta,
Liu, Thomas,
Xia, H. Amy,
Ibrahim, Joseph G.,
Chen, MingHui

16191620. Medical statistics in clinical and epidemiological research by Marit B. Veierød Stian Lydersen and Petter Laake, Gyldendal Norsk Forlag, Oslo, 2012. No. of pages: 714. Price: 575 Norwegian Kroner. ISBN: 9788205399594
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16211645. Semiparametric methods for multistate survival models in randomised trials†
Heritier, Stephane,
Tonkin, Andrew M.,
Simes, R. John,
Lô, Serigne N.,
Hudson, Harold M.

16461661. Modelbased dose finding under model uncertainty using general parametric models
Bretz, Frank,
Glimm, Ekkehard,
Bornkamp, Björn,
Pinheiro, José

16621684. Segregation indices for disease clustering
Ceyhan, Elvan

16851699. Metrics for covariate balance in cohort studies of causal effects
Schneeweiss, Sebastian,
Bartels, Dorothee B.,
Ackermann, Diana,
Rassen, Jeremy A.,
Franklin, Jessica M.

1730. Metaanalysis for diagnostic accuracy studies: a new statistical model using betabinomial distributions and bivariate copulas
Solms, Alexander,
Hoyer, Annika,
Kuss, Oliver

170180. Cox models with dynamic ridge penalties on timevarying effects of the covariates
Perperoglou, Aris

17001712. Semiparametric varyingcoefficient model for interval censored data with a cured proportion
Lee, MeiLing Ting,
Ma, Shuangge,
Li, Jialiang,
Shao, Fang

17131722. Use of empirical likelihood to calibrate auxiliary information in partly linear monotone regression models
Qin, Jing,
Chen, Baojiang

17231737. Latent variable models with nonparametric interaction effects of latent variables
Feng, Xiangnan,
Lu, Zhaohua,
Song, Xinyuan

17381749. Analysis of in vitro fertilization data with multiple outcomes using discrete timetoevent analysis
Hauser, Russ,
Coull, Brent A.,
Missmer, Stacey A.,
Ryan, Louise,
Williams, Paige L.,
Maity, Arnab

17501766. Multistate models for colon cancer recurrence and death with a cured fraction
Sargent, D.J.,
Taylor, J.M.G.,
Conlon, A.S.C.

17671783. Mixture models for calibrating the BED for HIV incidence testing
Auvert, Bertran,
Fiamma, Agnès,
Mahiane, Severin Guy

17841800. Detection of candidate tumor driver genes using a fully integrated Bayesian approach
Xiao, Guanghua,
Xie, Yang,
Kim, Minsoo,
Wang, Xinlei,
Yang, Jichen

18011815. Value of information methods for assessing a new diagnostic test
Willan, Andrew R.,
Chen, Maggie Hong

181192. Number needed to treat for timetoevent data with competing risks
Fine, Jason P.,
Imrey, Peter B.,
Kundu, Suprateek,
Gouskova, Natalia A.

18161827. A powerful association test of multiple genetic variants using a randomeffects model
Li, C.,
Zheng, W.,
Lee, J.Y.,
Cheng, K.F.

18281841. Comparison of three summary statistics for ranking genes in genomewide association studies
Bickeböller, Heike,
Freytag, Saskia

18421852. A maximum likelihood method for secondary analysis of nested casecontrol data
Reilly, Marie,
Jialiang, Li,
Xiangmei, Ma,
Salim, Agus

18531866. Confidence intervals for ranks of ageadjusted rates across states or counties
Feuer, Eric J.,
Gilkeson, Scott,
Carter, Ginger,
Campbell, Dave,
Stinchcomb, David G.,
Zhu, Li,
Luo, Jun,
Zhang, Shunpu

18671876. A spatial scan statistic for survival data based on Weibull distribution
Tiwari, Neeraj,
Bhatt, Vijaya

18771899. A multivariate multilevel Gaussian model with a mixed effects structure in the mean and covariance part
Lesaffre, Emmanuel,
Bruyneel, Luk,
Li, Baoyue

19001913. Bayesian models for costeffectiveness analysis in the presence of structural zero costs
Baio, Gianluca

19141927. Reclassification of predictions for uncovering subgroup specific improvement
Parmigiani, Giovanni,
Arun, Banu,
Biswas, Swati

19281945. Imputation of confidential data sets with spatial locations using disease mapping models
Gelfand, Alan,
Reiter, Jerry,
Chakraborty, Avishek,
Paiva, Thais

193208. Estimation of the treatment effect in the presence of noncompliance and missing data†
Benda, Norbert,
Neuhäuser, Markus,
Berres, Manfred,
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Zinserling, Jörg,
Leuchs, AnnKristin

19461978. Multiple hypothesis testing in genomics
Solari, Aldo,
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19811989. A joint test for progression and survival with intervalcensored data from a cancer clinical trial
Schoenfeld, David A.,
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19902003. Phase I/II adaptive design for drug combination oncology trials
Conaway, Mark R.,
Wages, Nolan A.

216. Accounting for baseline differences and measurement error in the analysis of change over time
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Ledergerber, Bruno,
Held, Leonhard,
Braun, Julia

20042016. Phase II clinical trials with timetoevent endpoints: optimal twostage designs with onesample logrank test
Jung, SinHo,
Kwak, Minjung

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20172029. Choosing profile doublesampling designs for survival estimation with application to President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief evaluation
Yiannoutsos, Constantin T.,
Frangakis, Constantine E.,
An, MingWen

20302047. Cumulative sojourn time in longitudinal studies: a sequential imputation method to handle missing health state data due to dropout
Lieberman, Jeffrey,
Girgis, Ragy,
Jiang, Huiping,
Duan, Naihua,
Liu, Jingchen,
Li, Xiaodong

20482061. Methods for comparing centerspecific survival outcomes using direct standardization
Schaubel, Douglas E.,
He, Kevin

20622076. The SIMEX approach to measurement error correction in metaanalysis with baseline risk as covariate
Guolo, A.

20772102. Functional analysis of glaucoma data
K., Zahra Mirzaei,
HosseiniNasab, Mohammad

209218. Interpreting observational studies: why empirical calibration is needed to correct pvalues
Madigan, David,
Suchard, Marc A.,
DuMouchel, William,
Ryan, Patrick B.,
Schuemie, Martijn J.

21032114. A scoretype test for heterogeneity in zeroinflated models in a stratified population
Todem, David,
Hsu, WeiWen,
Cao, Guanqun

21152136. Direct regression models for longitudinal rates of change
Heagerty, Patrick J.,
Bryan, Matthew

21372155. A toolkit for measurement error correction, with a focus on nutritional epidemiology
White, Ian R.,
Keogh, Ruth H.

21562158. Comments on ‘A dosefinding approach based on shrunken predictive probability for combinations of two agents in phase I trials’ by Akihiro Hirakawa, Chikuma Hamada, and Shigeyuki Matsui
O’Quigley, John,
Conaway, Mark R.,
Wages, Nolan A.

21592160. Response to letter to the editor by Dr Wages et al.
Matsui, Shigeyuki,
Hirakawa, Akihiro

21612177. Major Greenwood's early career and the first departments of medical statistics
Johnson, Tony,
Farewell, Vern

21782190. Analytic methods for individually randomized group treatment trials and grouprandomized trials when subjects belong to multiple groups†
Murray, David M.,
Muller, Keith E.,
Shoben, Abigail B.,
Andridge, Rebecca R.

219237. Qualitative interaction trees: a tool to identify qualitative treatment–subgroup interactions
Mechelen, Iven van,
Dusseldorp, Elise

21912205. Multiregional clinical trial design and consistency assessment of treatment effects
Binkowitz, Bruce,
Zhao, Pengliang,
Zhang, Ji,
Ouyang, Soo Peter,
Shih, Weichung Joe,
Chen, Joshua,
Mao, Xuezhou,
Quan, Hui

22062221. A comparison of Bayesian adaptive randomization and multistage designs for multiarm clinical trials
Trippa, Lorenzo,
Wason, James M. S.

22222237. Improving the correlation structure selection approach for generalized estimating equations and balanced longitudinal data
Westgate, Philip M.

22382250. A hierarchical finite mixture model that accommodates zeroinflated counts, nonindependence, and heterogeneity
Levy, Deborah L.,
Rubin, Donald B.,
Lenzenweger, Mark F.,
Morgan, Charity J.

22512262. Multiple imputation for highdimensional mixed incomplete continuous and binary data
Belin, Thomas,
He, Ren

22632274. Estimation of intervention effects using recurrent event time data in the presence of event dependence and a cured fraction
Cheung, Yin Bun,
Lam, K. F.,
Xu, Ying

22752287. An approach for modelling multiple correlated outcomes in a network of interventions using odds ratios
Salanti, Georgia,
Bagos, Pantelis,
Leucht, Stefan,
Cipriani, Andrea,
Mavridis, Dimitris,
Efthimiou, Orestis

22882296. Confidence intervals based on some weighting functions for the difference of two binomial proportions
Kawai, Norisuke,
Maruo, Kazushi

22972340. Instrumental variable methods for causal inference‡
Small, Dylan S.,
Cheng, Jing,
Baiocchi, Michael

23412362. Metaanalysis and aggregation of multiple published prediction models
Moons, Karel G.M.,
Steyerberg, Ewout W.,
Vergouwe, Yvonne,
Nieboer, Daan,
Koffijberg, Hendrik,
Debray, Thomas P.A.

23632378. Optimization of individualized dynamic treatment regimes for recurrent diseases
Wahed, Abdus S.,
Ning, Jing,
Huang, Xuelin

23792389. Net timedependent ROC curves: a solution for evaluating the accuracy of a marker to predict diseaserelated mortality
Foucher, Yohann,
Giral, Magali,
Lorent, Marine

238256. Multiscale analysis of neural spike trains
Chenouri, Shojaeddin,
Marriott, Paul,
Ramezan, Reza

23902407. A new calibration test and a reappraisal of the calibration belt for the assessment of prediction models based on dichotomous outcomes
Bertolini, Guido,
Finazzi, Stefano,
Nattino, Giovanni

24082424. Likelihood ratio based tests for longitudinal drug safety data†
Tiwari, Ram,
Zalkikar, Jyoti,
Huang, Lan

24252448. A note on the kappa statistic for clustered dichotomous data
Yang, Zhao,
Zhou, Ming

24492466. Hierarchical network metaanalysis models to address sparsity of events and differing treatment classifications with regard to adverse outcomes
Sutton, Alex J.,
Abrams, Keith R.,
Warren, Fiona C.

24672479. Likelihood approaches for proportional likelihood ratio model with rightcensored data
Zhu, Hong

24802520. Targeted learning in realworld comparative effectiveness research with timevarying interventions
Laan, Mark J. van der,
Schmittdiel, Julie A.,
Neugebauer, Romain

25212537. Metaanalysis of singlearm survival studies: a distributionfree approach for estimating summary survival curves with random effects
Jackson, Daniel,
Foucher, Yohann,
Combescure, Christophe

25382553. Sample size calculation in costeffectiveness cluster randomized trials: optimal and maximin approaches
Berger, Martijn P. F.,
Candel, Math J. J. M.,
Manju, Md. Abu

25542566. Joint model for a diagnostic test without a gold standard in the presence of a dependent terminal event
Hunt, Kelly K.,
Yi, Min,
Huang, Xuelin,
DeSantis, Stacia M.,
Su, Xiao,
Luo, Sheng

25672576. A new synthesis analysis method for building logistic regression prediction models
Duncan, Ashlee,
Hu, Guizhou,
Chen, Hua,
Zhou, Xiao Hua,
Sheng, Elisa

257274. Comparison of methods for estimating the effect of salvage therapy in prostate cancer when treatment is given by indication
Schaubel, Douglas E.,
Wang, Lu,
Kennedy, Edward H.,
Shen, Jincheng,
Taylor, Jeremy M. G.

25772584. Assessing the incremental predictive performance of novel biomarkers over standard predictors
Pencina, Michael J.,
Sr., Ralph B. D’Agostino,
Massaro, Joseph M.,
Benjamin, Emelia J.,
Vasan, Ramachandran S.,
Sullivan, Lisa M.,
Xanthakis, Vanessa

25852596. Assessing calibration of multinomial risk prediction models
Calster, Ben Van,
Steyerberg, Ewout W.,
Huffel, Sabine van,
Timmerman, Dirk,
Vergouwe, Yvonne,
Hoorde, Kirsten Van

25972611. Shiftinvariant target in allocation problems
Biswas, Atanu,
Mandal, Saumen

26122633. Kappa statistic for clustered matchedpair data
Zhou, Ming,
Yang, Zhao

26342644. Relative risk estimates from spatial and space–time scan statistics: are they biased?
Assunção, Renato M.,
Kulldorff, Martin,
Prates, Marcos O.

26452664. A dynamic trajectory class model for intensive longitudinal categorical outcome
Allore, Heather G.,
Gill, Thomas M.,
Murphy, Terrence E.,
Peduzzi, Peter N.,
Han, Ling,
Lin, Haiqun

26652680. A Bayesian approach to dosefinding studies for cancer therapies: incorporating later cycles of therapy
Whitehead, Anne,
Sinclair, Karen

26812695. Covariance adjustment for batch effect in gene expression data
Ahn, Jeongyoun,
Dobbin, Kevin K.,
Lee, Jung Ae

26962698. Comments on ‘Graphical assessment of internal and external calibration of logistic regression models by using loess smoothers’ by Peter C. Austin and Ewout W. Steyerberg
Bertolini, Guido,
Finazzi, Stefano,
Nattino, Giovanni

26992700. Bootstrap confidence intervals for loessbased calibration curves
Steyerberg, Ewout W.,
Austin, Peter C.

27012717. Statistics for quantifying heterogeneity in univariate and bivariate metaanalyses of binary data: The case of metaanalyses of diagnostic accuracy
Dendukuri, Nandini,
Zhou, Yan

27182735. A new approach to designing phase III cancer trials for cytotoxic chemotherapies
Narasimhan, Balasubramanian,
Lai, Tze Leung,
Bartroff, Jay

27362745. Testing for efficacy in adaptive clinical trials with enrichment
He, Ying,
Tu, YiHsuan,
Wu, Samuel S.

27462757. Extending cluster lot quality assurance sampling designs for surveillance programs
Pagano, Marcello,
Hund, Lauren

275288. A model combining excess and relative mortality for populationbased studies
Rycke, Yann De,
Landais, Paul,
Elie, Caroline

27582773. Space–time prospective surveillance based on Knox local statistics
Paiva, Thaís,
Assunção, Renato,
Piroutek, Aline

27742796. Quantifying unrecognised replication present in reports of HIV diagnoses
Robertson, Chris.,
Mortimer, Janet,
Huo, Wenwen,
Greenhalgh, David,
Sfikas, Nikolaos

27972813. Extending the Bayesian Adjustment for Confounding algorithm to binary treatment covariates to estimate the effect of smoking on carotid intimamedia thickness: the MultiEthnic Study of Atherosclerosis
McClelland, Robyn L.,
Delaney, Joseph A.,
Lefebvre, Geneviève

28142829. Gscores: A method for identifying diseasecausing pathogens with application to lower respiratory tract infections
Kang, Yu,
Wang, Lu,
Peng, Peichao,
Zhang, Peng

28302849. Bayesian analysis of nonlinear mixedeffects mixture models for longitudinal data with heterogeneity and skewness
Huang, Yangxin,
Lu, Xiaosun

28502875. Recommended tests and confidence intervals for paired binomial proportions
Laake, Petter,
Lydersen, Stian,
Fagerland, Morten W.

28762877. A note regarding ‘random effects’
Senn, Stephen

28782879. A note regarding ‘random effects’ – authors’ response
Morris, Tim P.,
Kahan, Brennan C.

28812896. Analyzing longitudinal data to characterize the accuracy of markers used to select treatment
Heagerty, Patrick J.,
Sitlani, Colleen M.

289303. Estimation of the wildtype minimum inhibitory concentration value distribution
Beloeil, PierreAlexandre,
Verbeke, Geert,
Aerts, Marc,
Jaspers, Stijn

28972913. Sample size determination in groupsequential clinical trials with two coprimary endpoints
Sozu, Takashi,
Evans, Scott R.,
Hayashi, Kenichi,
Sugimoto, Tomoyuki,
Hamasaki, Toshimitsu,
Asakura, Koko

29142923. Predicting potential liver toxicity from phase 2 data: a case study with ximelagatran
Southworth, Harry

29242938. Inference of bioequivalence for lognormal distributed data with unspecified variances
D'Agostino, Ralph B.,
Menon, Sandeep,
Barker, Kerry,
Menton, Ronald,
Hua, Steven Y.,
Xu, Siyan

29392952. On responder analyses in the framework of within subject comparisons – considerations and two case studies
Kunz, Michael

29532967. A sequential enriched design for target patient population in psychiatric clinical trials
Chen, Chiung M.,
Tamura, Roy N.,
Zhang, Xiangmin,
Chen, YehFong

29682983. A new and improved confidence interval for the Mantel–Haenszel risk difference
Klingenberg, Bernhard

29842997. Weighted profile likelihoodbased confidence interval for the difference between two proportions with paired binomial data
Evans, John C.,
Banerjee, Tathagata,
Saha, Krishna K.,
Pradhan, Vivek

29983012. Exact approaches for testing hypotheses based on the intraclass kappa coefficient
Shan, Guogen,
Consiglio, Joseph D.,
Wilding, Gregory E.

30133028. Binary variable multiplemodel multiple imputation to address missing data mechanism uncertainty: application to a smoking cessation trial
Hedeker, Donald,
Crespi, Catherine M.,
Harel, Ofer,
Siddique, Juned

30293046. Multivariate t nonlinear mixedeffects models for multioutcome longitudinal data with missing values
Lin, TsungI,
Wang, WanLun

304318. Testing geneenvironment interactions in familybased association studies using traitbased ascertained samples
Fingerlin, Tasha E.,
Grunwald, Gary K.,
Langefeld, Carl D.,
Zhang, Weiming

30473057. Permutation tests for centre effect on survival endpoints with application in an acute myeloid leukaemia multicentre study
RescheRigon, M.,
Porcher, R.,
Biard, L.

30583059. Instrumental variable methods for causal inference: early work and recent developments
Baker, Stuart G.

30613077. Testing for publication bias in diagnostic metaanalysis: a simulation study
Doebler, Philipp,
Bürkner, PaulChristian

30783088. Conditional Monte Carlo randomization tests for regression models
Diao, Guoqing,
Rosenberger, William F.,
Parhat, Parwen

30893099. Randomized reverse marker strategy design for prospective biomarker validation
Eng, Kevin H.

3145. Assurance calculations for planning clinical trials with timetoevent outcomes
Oakley, Jeremy E.,
Ren, Shijie

31003113. Adjusting for misclassification in a stratified biomarker clinical trial
Halabi, Susan,
Yuan, Vivian,
Hu, Jiang,
Liu, Aiyi,
Liu, Chunling

31143129. A weighted cumulative sum (WCUSUM) to monitor medical outcomes with dependent censoring
Schaubel, Douglas E.,
Kalbfleisch, John D.,
Sun, Rena Jie

31303146. A Bayesian approach to functional mixedeffects modeling for longitudinal data with binomial outcomes
Oleson, Jacob,
Kliethermes, Stephanie

31473166. A joint frailty model to estimate the recurrence process and the diseasespecific mortality process without needing the cause of death
Group, the CENSUR Working Survival,
Giorgi, Roch,
Remontet, Laurent,
Rondeau, Virginie,
Belot, Aurélien

31673178. Joint modeling of two longitudinal outcomes and competing risk data
Lesaffre, Emmanuel,
Takkenberg, Johanna J. M.,
Rizopoulos, Dimitris,
Andrinopoulou, EleniRosalina

31793190. Assessing the goodness of fit of personal risk models
Whittemore, Alice S.,
Terry, Mary Beth,
Quante, Anne S.,
Gong, Gail

319329. A nonparametric permutation method for assessing agreement for distance matrix observations
Samset, Eigil,
Røislien, Jo

31913203. Calibration plots for risk prediction models in the presence of competing risks
Kattan, Michael W.,
ANDERSEN, PER K.,
Gerds, Thomas A.

32043213. A mixture of transition models for heterogeneous longitudinal ordinal data: with applications to longitudinal bacterial vaginosis data
Albert, Paul S.,
Kong, Xiangrong,
Thoma, Marie E.,
Cheon, Kyeongmi

32143228. Estimation of controlled direct effects in timevarying treatments using structural nested mean models: application to a primary prevention trial for coronary events with pravastatin
Ohashi, Yasuo,
Matsuyama, Yutaka,
Shinozaki, Tomohiro

32293240. Joint longitudinal and survivalcure models in tumour xenograft experiments
Fang, HongBin,
Dai, Hongsheng,
Bao, Yanchun,
Pan, Jianxin

32413252. A modest proposal for dropping poor arms in clinical trials
Dodd, Lori E.,
Proschan, Michael A.

32533268. Reestimating sample size in cluster randomised trials with active recruitment within clusters
Moerbeek, M.,
Schie, S. van

32693279. Flexible sequential designs for multiarm clinical trials
Jaki, T.,
Stallard, N.,
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32803299. Confidence intervals around Bayes Cost in multistate diagnostic settings to estimate optimal performance
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