Volume 6.
(as bibtex)
115 references.
Articles

101112. The threedecision problem in medical decision making
Emerson, John D.,
Tritchler, David

1129. Confronting publication bias: A cohort design for metaanalysis
Simes, Robert John

113117. Correcting for regression in assessing the response to treatment in a selected population
Curnow, R. N.,
Senn, S. J.

113117. Correcting for regression in assessing the response to treatment in a selected population (C/R: p727728)
Curnow, R. N.

119125. Use of unequal allocation in survival trials
Sposto, Richard,
Krailo, Mark D.

127135. Modified replacement randomization
Abel, U.

137146. The numerical approach to classification: A medical application to develop a typology for facial pain
Wastell, D. G.,
Gray, R.

147158. Comparison of quantitative diagnostic tests: Type I error, power, and sample size
Linnet, Kristian

159166. Statistical analysis of heart rates in subsequent victims of sudden infant death syndrome
Spicer, C. C.,
Lawrence, C. J.,
Southall, D. P.

167183. Fitting nonlinear models with ARMA errors to biological rhythm data
Tsay, Ruey S.,
Kass, Robert E.,
Greenhouse, Joel B.

167183. Fitting nonliner models with ARMA errors to biological rhythm data
Greenhouse, Joel B.,
Kass, Robert E.,
Tsay, Ruey S.

185192. On the modelling of human growth
Karlberg, Johan

193195. Bias in indirectly adjusted comparisons due to taking the total study population as the reference group
Greenland, Sander

197207. An approximation for the distribution of the scan statistic
Wallenstein, Sylvan,
Neff, Norman

209211. Theoretical epidemiology, Olli S. Miettinen, Wiley, New York, 1985. No. of pages: 359, Price: $32.95
Greenland, Sander

211212. Mathematical methods in medicine. Part ii applications in clinical specialties edited by David Ingram and Ralph Bloch, Wiley, Chichester, 1986. No. of pages: 533. Price: £29.95
Dendy, P. P.

219220. List of speakers and discussants
Selwyn, M. R.,
Ryan, L. M.,
Lange, N.,
D'Agostino, R. B.

221228. Accumulating evidence from independent studies: What we can win and what we can lose
Light, Richard J.

233240. Why do we need systematic overviews of randomized trials? (Transcript of an oral presentation, modified by the editors)
Peto, Richard

233244. Why do we need systematic overviews of randomized trials?
Peto, Richard

245250. Avoidance of large biases and large random errors in the assessment of moderate treatment effects: The need for systematic overviews
Collins, Rory,
Gray, Richard,
Godwin, Jon,
Peto, Richard

255263. An overview of six clinical trials of aspirin in coronary heart disease
Canner, Paul L.

269276. Problems in the medical interpretation of overviews
Wittes, Robert E.

281286. Obtaining medically meaningful answers from an overview of randomized clinical trials
Yusuf, Salim

295303. Lessons from overviews of cardiovascular trials
Furberg, Curt D.,
Morgan, Timothy M.

310. What do doctors know about statistics?
Wulff, Henrik R.,
Andersen, Bjoern,
Brandenhoff, Preben,
Guttler, Flemming

307314. Potential pooling opportunities: Cancer
Friedman, Michael A.

307312. Potential pooling opportunities: Cancer†
Friedman, Michael A.

3141. Effect of covariate measurement error in randomized clinical trials
Morgan, Timothy M.,
Elashoff, Robert M.

315325. Metaanalysis of clinical trials as a scientific discipline. I: Control of bias and comparison with large cooperative trials
Chalmers, T. C.,
Levin, H.,
Sacks, H. S.,
Reitman, D.,
Berrier, J.,
Nagalingam, R.

329331. Comments on ``Methodologic issues in overviews of randomized clinical trials''
Meier, Paul

333340. Comments on ``Methodologic issues in overviews of randomized clinical trials''
Norton, Larry

341348. Methods for combining randomized clinical trials: Strengths and limitations
Demets, David L.

351358. Interstudy differences: How should they influence the interpretation and analysis of results?
Bailey, Kent R.

361367. Effects on overviews of early stopping rules for clinical trials
Green, Stephanie J.,
Fleming, Thomas R.,
Emerson, Scott

371378. Interpretation of results from subset analyses within overviews of randomized clinical trials
Gelber, Richard D.,
Goldhirsch, Aron

381388. Comments on ``Methodologic issues in overviews of randomized clinical trials''
Hedges, Larry V.

387388. Discussion
Zhang, Mark,
Whelan, Sarah,
Wall, Carrollyn,
Tam, SiuMing

389393. The role of overviews in cancer therapeutics
Simon, Richard

397402. Implications of overviews of randomized trials
Hennekens, Charles H.,
Buring, Julie E.,
Hebert, Patricia R.

411423. Biases in the assessment of diagnostic tests
Begg, Colin B.

425440. Internal quality control in clinical chemistry: A teaching review
Nix, A. B. J.,
Rowlands, R. J.,
Kemp, K. W.,
Wilson, D. W.,
Griffiths, K.

4352. Analysis of data arising from a stratified design with the cluster as unit of randomization
Donner, Allan,
Donald, Alan

441448. Sample size requirements for reliability studies
Donner, Allan,
Eliasziw, Michael

449467. Models for temporal variation in cancer rates. I: Age–period and age–cohort models
Schifflers, E.,
Clayton, D.

449467. Models for temporal variation in cancer rates. I: Ageperiod and agecohort models
Clayton, D.,
Schifflers, E.

469481. Models for temporal variation in cancer rates. II: Ageperiodcohort models
Clayton, D.,
Schifflers, E.

469481. Models for temporal variation in cancer rates. II: Age–period–cohort models
Schifflers, E.,
Clayton, D.

483489. Cure rate models: Power of the logrank and generalized Wilcoxon tests
Halpern, Jerry,
Brown, Byron Wm., Jr

491499. Adjustments to the MantelHaenszel chisquare statistic and odds ratio variance estimator when the data are clustered (Corr: 97V16 p2927)
Donald, Alan,
Donner, Allan

491499. Adjustments to the Mantel–Haenszel chisquare statistic and odds ratio variance estimator when the data are clustered
Donner, Allan,
Donald, Alan

501516. Analysis of total mortality in the Rotterdam sample of the KaunasRotterdam Intervention Study (KRIS)
Mulder, Paul G. H.,
Hempenius, Anton L.

501516. Analysis of total mortality in the rotterdam sample of the Kaunas–Rotterdam intervention study (KRIS)
Hempenius, Anton L.,
Mulder, Paul G. H.

517525. The relative efficiency of the sets and the cusum techniques in monitoring the occurrence of a rare event
Chen, Rina,
Gallus, G.

517525. The relative efficiency of the sets and the CUSUM techniques in monitoring the occurrence of a rare event (C/R: p997999)
Chen, Rina

527528. Comments on ``Formulae for causedeleted life tables''
Newman, Stephen C.

529530. Comments on ``The value of latent class analysis in medical diagnosis'' (V5 p2127)
Hutchinson, T. P.,
Tang, K. Y.

5359. Sample size and power for pairmatched casecontrol studies
Connett, John E.,
Smith, Judith A.,
McHugh, Richard B.

530531. Reply to comments on ``The value of latent class analysis in medical diagnosis''
Rindskopf, D.

535553. The probability of inevitability: The inherent impossibility of validating criteria for brain death or `irreversibility' through clinical studies
Shewmon, D. Alan

535553. The probability of inevitability: The inherent impossibility of validating criteria for brain death or ‘irreversibility’ through clinical studies
Shewmon, D. Alan

555564. Modelling binary data from a threeperiod crossover trial
Jones, Byron,
Kenward, Michael G.

565576. Issues of efficiency in combining proportions of deaths from several clinical trials
Buyse, Marc,
Ryan, Louise M.

577581. A simple method of sample size calculation for unequalsamplesize designs that use the logrank or $t$test
Hsieh, F. Y.

577581. A simple method of sample size calculation for unequalsamplesize designs that use the logrank or ttest
Hsieh, F. Y.

583590. The analysis of a titration study
Chuang, Christy

591597. Multiple comparisons for relative risk regression: Extension of the kratio method
Divine, George W.,
Dixon, Dennis O.

591597. Multiple comparisons for relative risk regression: Extension of the $k$ratio method
Dixon, Dennis O.,
Divine, George W.

599611. Some considerations in the analysis of rates of change in longitudinal studies
Palta, Mari,
Cook, Thomas

6170. Small sample behaviour of hypothesis tests related to indirect standardized rates: A Monte Carlo study
Bean, Judy A.,
Wiltse, Curtis G.,
Woolson, Robert F.

613627. Monitoring maternity services by postal questionnaire: Congruity between mothers' reports and their obstetric records
Martin, Claudia J.

629646. Nonrandom sampling in human genetics: Estimation of familial correlations, model testing, and interpretation
Chakraborty, Ranajit,
Hanis, Craig L.

647655. A costfunction approach to the design of reliability studies
Eliasziw, Michael,
Donner, Allan

657665. Evaluating the efficacy of a combination therapy
Snapinn, Steven M.

667678. Monitoring distributional assumptions and early stopping for a prospective clinical trial using Monte Carlo simulation
Gebski, Val,
McNeil, Don,
Coates, Alan,
Forbes, John

679687. Effective sample sizes for confidence intervals for survival probabilities
Dorey, Frederick J.,
Korn, Edward L.

689699. Hypothesis testing of timedependent recurrent events (C/R: V8 p517519)
Niland, Joyce C.,
Thomas, Duncan,
Azen, Stanley P.

689699. Hypothesis testing of timedependent recurrent events
Azen, Stanley P.,
Thomas, Duncan,
Niland, Joyce C.

701708. Variance estimators for attributable fraction estimates consistent in both large strata and sparse data
Greenland, Sander

701708. Variance estimators for attributable fraction estimates consistent in both large strata and sparse data (Corr: 94V13 p99)
Greenland, Sander

709726. Age, period and cohort analysis of trends in mortality from major diseases in Japan, 1955 to 1979: Peculiarity of the cohort born in the early Showa Era
Tango, Toshiro,
Kurashina, Shiusuke

7177. Evaluation of the proportionate mortality index in the presence of multiple comparisons
Rockette, Howard E.,
Arena, Vincent C.

727728. Comments on ``Correcting for regression in assessing the response to treatment in a selected population''
Senn, S. J.

728728. Reply to comments on ``Correcting for regression in assessing the response to treatment in a selected population''
Curnow, R. N.

733744. Metaanalysis of clinical trials as a scientific discipline. II: Replicate variability and comparison of studies that agree and disagree
Chalmers, T. C.,
Berrier, Jayne,
Sacks, H. S.,
Levin, H.,
Reitman, D.,
Nagalingam, R.

745752. Reporting clinical trials from the viewpoint of a patient's choice of treatment
Hilden, Joergen

753760. Practical aspects in data monitoring: A brief review
Demets, David L.

761771. Some methodological problems in the assessment of complementary therapy
Anthony, Honor M.

773784. The impact of heterogeneity on the comparison of survival times
Schumacher, Martin,
Olschewski, Manfred,
Schmoor, Claudia

785794. A method of analysis taking into account competing events: Application to the study of digestive complications following irradiation for cervical cancer
Kramar, A.,
Pejovic, M.H.,
Chassagne, D.

7990. Robustness of the two independent samples ttest when applied to ordinal scaled data
D'Agostino, Ralph,
Heeren, Timothy

7990. Robustness of the two independent samples $t$test when applied to ordinal scaled data
Heeren, Timothy,
D'Agostino, Ralph

795803. A transient state model for analysing ventilatory status in a randomized clinical trial
Jais, JeanPhilippe,
Chastang, Claude,
Raphael, JeanClaude

805811. A probabilitybased aid for teaching medical students a logical approach to diagnosis
Crichton, Nicola J.,
Emerson, Peter A.

813822. Designing a study for evaluating a protocol for the selective performance of preoperative tests
Charpak, Yves,
Blery, Christian,
Chastang, Claude

823842. Fluoride and dental caries: Two different statistical approaches to the same data source
Busse, H.,
Bergmann, E.,
Bergmann, K.

843851. Predicting the dynamic effects of rubella vaccination programmes
de Boo, Th. M.,
van Druten, J. A. M.,
Plantinga, A. D.

853861. Modelling the effect of intervention on the transmission of malaria in East Malaysia
Collett, D.,
Lye, M. S.

863867. Using the adverse reactions register to study the effects of age and sex on adverse drug reactions
Simpson, Judy M.,
Bateman, D. N.,
Rawlins, M. D.

869874. The Cardiff health survey: Teaching survey methodology by participation
Lewis, P. A.,
Charny, M.

881884. Statistical facts about cancers on which Doctor RigoniStern based his contribution to the surgeons' subgroup of the IV Congress of the Italian Scientists on 23 September 1842
De Stavola, Bianca

885900. Evaluating the survival of cancer cases detected by screening
Walter, S. D.,
Stitt, L. W.

901909. Models of the healthy worker effect in industrial cohorts
Bell, C. M. J.,
Coleman, D. A.

9197. Maximum likelihood estimation and likelihood ratio test for square tables with missing data
Shih, W. J.

911926. The analysis of data from $2 × 2$ crossover trials with baseline measurements
Kenward, Michael G.,
Jones, Byron

911926. The analysis of data from 2 × 2 crossover trials with baseline measurements
Jones, Byron,
Kenward, Michael G.

927937. Early termination of clinical trials with prolonged observation of individual patients: A case study
Van Es, GerritAnne,
Tijssen, Jan G. P.,
Lubsen, Jacobus,
van Strik, Roel

939944. Confirmatory analysis of survival data using left truncation of the life times of primary survivors
Keiding, Niels,
Bayer, Thomas,
WattBoolsen, Steen

945959. Some points on the use of `independent Bayes' to diagnose acute abdominal pain
Crichton, Nicola J.,
Fryer, John G.,
Spicer, Clive C.

945959. Some points on the use of ‘independent Bayes’ to diagnose acute abdominal pain
Spicer, Clive C.,
Fryer, John G.,
Crichton, Nicola J.

961970. Improved estimates of discordance ratios in twin studies
Franti, C. E.,
Wiggins, A. D.,
Kraus, J. F.

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