Volume 4.
(as bibtex)
57 references.
Articles

110. Does a doseresponse relationship reduce sensitivity to hidden bias?
Rosenbaum, Paul R.

110. Does a dose–response relationship reduce sensitivity to hidden bias?
Rosenbaum, Paul R.

109121. Censored partial regression
Orbe, Jesus,
Ferreira, Eva,
NúñezAntón, Vicente

1115. Proper multivariate conditional autoregressive models for spatial data analysis
Gelfand, Alan E.,
Vounatsou, Penelope

123142. Frailty modeling for spatially correlated survival data, with application to infant mortality in Minnesota
Banerjee, Sudipto,
Wall, Melanie M.,
Carlin, Bradley P.

143164. A Bayesian changepoint analysis of electromyographic data: Detecting muscle activation patterns and associated applications
Johnson, Timothy D.,
Elashoff, Robert M.,
Harkema, Susan J.

143164. A Bayesian changepoint analysis of electromyographic data: detecting muscle activation patterns and associated applications
Johnson, Timothy D.,
Elashoff, Robert M.,
Harkema, Susan J.

167178. Analysis of a molecular genetic neurooncology study with partially biased selection
Betensky, Rebecca A.,
Louis, David N.,
Cairncross, J. Gregory

167178. Analysis of a molecular genetic neurooncology study with partially biased selection
Betensky, Rebecca A.,
Louis, David N.,
Cairncross, J. Gregory

179193. The distribution of loss in twotreatment biasedcoin designs
Atkinson, Anthony C.

179193. The distribution of loss in twotreatment biasedcoin designs
Atkinson, Anthony C.

195206. A multivariate familybased association test using generalized estimating equations: FbatGEE
Lange, Christoph,
Silverman, Edwin K.,
Xu, Xin,
Weiss, Scott T.,
Laird, Nan M.

195206. A multivariate familybased association test using generalized estimating equations: FBATGEE
Lange, Christoph,
Silverman, Edwin K.,
Xu, Xin,
Weiss, Scott T.,
Laird, Nan M.

207222. Waiting for organ transplantation: results of an analysis by an institute of medicine committee
Gibbons, Robert D.,
Duan, Naihua,
Meltzer, David,
Pope, Andrew,
Penhoet, Edward D.,
Dubler, Nancy N.,
Francis, Charles,
Gill, Barbara,
Guinan, Eva,
Henderson, Maureen,
Ildstad, Suzanne T.,
King, Patricia A.,
MartinezMaldonado, Manuel,
Mclain, George E.,
Murray, Joseph,
Nelkin, Dorothy,
Spellman, Mitchell W.,
Pitluck, Sarah

223229. Combining dependent tests for linkage or association across multiple phenotypic traits
Xu, Xin,
Tian, Lu,
Wei, L. J.

231248. Age–time patterns of cancer to be anticipated from exposure to general mutagens
Pierce, Donald A.,
Væth, Michael

231248. Agetime patterns of cancer to be anticipated from exposure to general mutagens
Pierce, Donald A.,
Væth, Michael

249264. Exploration, normalization, and summaries of high density oligonucleotide array probe level data
Irizarry, Rafael A.,
Hobbs, Bridget,
Collin, Francois,
BeazerBarclay, Yasmin D.,
Antonellis, Kristen J.,
Scherf, Uwe,
Speed, Terence P.

265278. Insights on bias and information in grouplevel studies
Sheppard, Lianne

265278. Insights on bias and information in grouplevel studies
Sheppard, Lianne

2740. A parametric empirical Bayes method for cancer screening using longitudinal observations of a biomarker
McIntosh, Martin W.,
Urban, Nicole

2740. A parametri c empirical Bayes method for cancer screening using longitudinal observations of a biomarker
McIntosh, Martin W.,
Urban, Nicole

279295. Branching process models for surveillance of infectious diseases controlled by mass vaccination
Farrington, C. P.,
Kanaan, M. N.,
Gay, N. J.

297312. The relationship between virologic and immunologic responses in AIDS clinical research using mixedeffects varyingcoefficient models with measurement error
Liang, Hua,
Wu, Hulin,
Carroll, Raymond J.

297312. The relationship between virologic and immunologic responses in AIDS clinical research using mixedeffects varyingcoefficient models with measurement error
Liang, Hua,
Wu, Hulin,
Carroll, Raymond J.

313326. Estimating disease prevalence in twophase studies
Alonzo, Todd A.,
Pepe, Margaret Sullivan,
Lumley, Thomas

313326. Estimating disease prevalence in twophase studies
Alonzo, Todd A.,
Pepe, Margaret Sullivan,
Lumley, Thomas

327340. The compliance score as a regressor in randomized trials
Joffe, Marshall M.,
Have, Thomas R. Ten,
Brensinger, Colleen

341351. Assessing the diagnostic accuracy of a sequence of tests
Thompson, Mary Lou

353364. Transformations of covariates for longitudinal data
Thompson, Wesley K.,
Xie, Minge,
White, Helene R.

365370. A closer look at the distribution of number needed to treat (NNT): a Bayesian approach
Thabane, Lehana

371383. Scaled marginal models for multiple continuous outcomes
Roy, Jason,
Lin, Xihong,
Ryan, Louise M.

385398. Semiparametric regression analysis of longitudinal data with informative dropouts
Lin, D. Y.,
Ying, Zhiliang

385398. Semiparametric regression analysis of longitudinal data with informative dropouts
Lin, D. Y.,
Ying, Zhiliang

399409. A Bayesian approach to disease gene location using allelic association
Denham, Michael C.,
Whittaker, John C.

4156. A sensitivity analysis for nonrandomly missing categorical data arising from a national health disability survey
Baker, Stuart G.,
Ko, ChiaWen,
Graubard, Barry I.

411421. The theory of casecontrol studies for early detection programs
Davidov, Ori,
Zelen, Marvin

411421. The theory of casecontrol studies for early detection programs
Davidov, Ori,
Zelen, Marvin

423431. Generalized least squares for the synthesis of correlated information
Berrington, A.,
Cox, D. R.

433448. A statistical measure of tissue heterogeneity with application to 3D PET sarcoma data
O'Sullivan, Finbarr,
Roy, Supratik,
Eary, Janet

449463. A dataanalytic strategy for protein biomarker discovery: Profiling of highdimensional proteomic data for cancer detection
Yasui, Yutaka,
Pepe, Margaret,
Thompson, Mary Lou,
Adam, BaoLing,
Wright, George L.,
Qu, Yinsheng,
Potter, John D.,
Winget, Marcy,
Thornquist, Mark,
Feng, Ziding

449463. A dataanalytic strategy for protein biomarker discovery: profiling of highdimensional proteomic data for cancer detection
Yasui, Yutaka,
Pepe, Margaret,
Thompson, Mary Lou,
Adam, BaoLing,
Wright, George L.,
Qu, Yinsheng,
Potter, John D.,
Winget, Marcy,
Thornquist, Mark,
Feng, Ziding

465477. The efficiency of pooling mRNA in microarray experiments
Kendziorski, C. M.,
Zhang, Y.,
Lan, H.,
Attie, A. D.

479494. Conditional analysis of mixed Poisson processes with baseline counts: implications for trial design and analysis
Cook, Richard J.,
Wei, Wei

495512. Incorporating prior beliefs about selection bias into the analysis of randomized trials with missing outcomes
Scharfstein, Daniel O.,
Daniels, Michael J.,
Robins, James M.

513522. Estimating haplotype frequencies and standard errors for multiple single nucleotide polymorphisms
Li, Shuying Sue,
Khalid, Najma,
Carlson, Christopher,
Zhao, Lue Ping

523538. Combining biomarkers to detect disease with application to prostate cancer
Etzioni, Ruth,
Kooperberg, Charles,
Pepe, Margaret,
Smith, Robert,
Gann, Peter H.

539553. Control for confounding in the presence of measurement error in hierarchical models
Schwartz, Joel,
Coull, Brent A.

555567. Multivariate exploratory tools for microarray data analysis
Szabo, Aniko,
Boucher, Kenneth,
Jones, David,
Tsodikov, Alexander D.,
Klebanov, Lev B.,
Yakovlev, Andrei Y.

569582. Generalized common spatial factor model
Wang, Fujun,
Wall, Melanie M.

5774. Hypothesis testing in semiparametric additive mixed models
Zhang, Daowen,
Lin, Xihong

583595. The spherical deformation model
Hobolth, Asger

597620. Statistical analysis of microarray data: a Bayesian approach
Gottardo, Raphael,
Pannucci, James A.,
Kuske, Cheryl R.,
Brettin, Thomas

621632. Estimation of effective reproduction numbers for infectious diseases using serological survey data
Farrington, C. P.,
Whitaker, H. J.

633649. Attenuation caused by infrequently updated covariates in survival analysis
Andersen, Per Kragh,
Liest⊘l, Knut

7595. Linkage and association studies of QTL for nuclear families by mixed models
Fan, Ruzong,
Xiong, Momiao

97107. Estimating the accuracy of psychological scales using longitudinal data
Rutter, Carolyn M.,
Miglioretti, Diana L.