Volume 32.
(as bibtex)
401 references.
Articles

110. Characteristics of recent biostatistical methods adopted by researchers publishing in general/internal medicine journals†
Herbert, Teri Lynn,
Wahlquist, Amy E.,
Nietert, Paul J.

10041015. Regression with incomplete covariates and lefttruncated timetoevent data
Cook, Richard J.,
Shen, Hua

10161026. A semiparametric recurrent events model with timevarying coefficients
Tepper, Robert S.,
Williams, Linda S.,
Bravata, Dawn M.,
Liu, Lei,
Yu, Zhangsheng

10271037. Early termination of a twostage study to develop and validate a panel of biomarkers
Vogel, Rachel Isaksson,
Koopmeiners, Joseph S.

10381053. Bivariate random change point models for longitudinal outcomes
Gao, Sujuan,
Yang, Lili

10541072. Doubly robust estimation, optimally truncated inverseintensity weighting and incrementbased methods for the analysis of irregularly observed longitudinal data
Feldman, Brian M.,
Pullenayegum, Eleanor M.

10731074. Comment on ‘Empirical assessment of methods for risk identification in healthcare data: results from the experiments of the Observational Medical Outcomes Partnership’†
Schneeweiss, Sebastian,
Gagne, Joshua J.

10751077. Response to Comment on ‘Empirical assessment of methods for risk identification in healthcare data’
Hartzema, Abraham G.,
Racoosin, Judith A.,
Overhage, J. Marc,
Stang, Paul E.,
Madigan, David,
Ryan, Patrick B.

10791111. Key multiplicity issues in clinical drug development
Huque, Mohammad F.,
Sr., Ralph B. D'Agostino,
Dmitrienko, Alex

1124. Planning future studies based on the conditional power of a metaanalysis
Sutton, Alex J.,
Higgins, Julian P.T.,
Roloff, Verena

110123. Partial likelihood ratio tests for the Cox model under complex sampling
Scott, Alastair,
Lumley, Thomas

11121124. A group sequential Holm procedure with multiple primary endpoints
Yao, Bin,
Liu, Lingyun,
Li, Ai,
Ye, Yining

11251135. A linear mixed model approach to compare the evolution of multiple biological rhythms
Pellegrini, Fabio,
Kypraios, Theodore,
Mazzoccoli, Gianluigi,
Copetti, Massimiliano,
Fontana, Andrea

11361149. Analysis of multicentre trials with continuous outcomes: when and how should we account for centre effects?†
Morris, Tim P.,
Kahan, Brennan C.

11501163. Considerations on covariates and endpoints in multiarm multistage clinical trials selecting all promising treatments
Magirr, D.,
Jaki, T.

11641190. Evaluation of removable statistical interaction for binary traits
Elston, Robert C.,
Satagopan, Jaya M.

11911205. Estimating withinstudy covariances in multivariate metaanalysis with multiple outcomes
Higgins, Julian PT,
Wei, Yinghui

12061222. An improved algorithm for outbreak detection in multiple surveillance systems†
Charlett, André,
Andrews, Nick,
Garthwaite, Paul,
Farrington, Paddy,
Enki, Doyo G.,
Noufaily, Angela

12231238. Estimation of a decreasing hazard of patients with acute coronary syndrome
Lopuhaä, H.P.,
Tijssen, J.G.,
Winter, R.J. de,
Damman, P.,
Martin, I.,
Geloven, N. van

12391245. A sequential testing approach to detecting multiple change points in the proportional hazards model
Su, Zheng,
Fang, Liang,
He, Pei

124130. Eventweighted proportional hazards modelling for recurrent gap time data
Dixon, S. N.,
Darlington, G. A.

12461258. Severity of bias of a simple estimator of the causal odds ratio in Mendelian randomization studies
Sheehan, Nuala A.,
Sterne, Jonathan A.C.,
Meng, Sha,
Palmer, Tom M.,
Didelez, Vanessa,
Harbord, Roger M.

12591275. Adaptive clinical trial designs with prespecified rules for modifying the sample size: understanding efficient types of adaptation
Emerson, Scott S.,
Emerson, Sarah C.,
Levin, Gregory P.

12761279. Adaptive clinical trial designs with prespecified rules for modifying the sample size: a different perspective
Mehta, Cyrus R.

12801282. Authors' response to ‘Adaptive clinical trial designs with prespecified rules for modifying the sample size: a different perspective’
Emerson, Scott S.,
Emerson, Sarah C.,
Levin, Gregory P.

12831293. Modeling zeroinflated count data using a covariatedependent random effect model
Lam, K.F.,
Wong, KinYau

12941312. Local influence measure of zeroinflated generalized Poisson mixture regression models
Wang, XueRen,
Fu, YingZi,
Chen, XueDong

131141. Using the timetoevent continual reassessment method in the presence of partial orders
O'Quigley, John,
Conaway, Mark R.,
Wages, Nolan A.

13131324. Adjusting for confounding by neighborhood using generalized linear mixed models and complex survey data
Dailey, Amy B.,
Zheng, Hao W.,
Brumback, Babette A.

13251335. Conditional pseudolikelihood methods for clustered ordinal, multinomial, or count outcomes with complex survey data
Dailey, Amy B.,
Zheng, Hao W.,
He, Zhulin,
Cai, Zhuangyu,
Brumback, Babette A.

13361342. A noniterative implementation of Tango's score confidence interval for a paired difference of proportions
Hardin, James W.,
Sun, Xuezheng,
Yang, Zhao

13431360. A fast collapsed data method for estimating haplotype frequencies from pooled genotype data with applications to the study of rare variants
Xu, Jinfeng,
Li, Xiang,
Kuk, Anthony Y.C.

13611375. Diagnostics for repeated measurements in linear mixed effects models
Lindstrom, Mary J.,
Mun, Jungwon

13761382. Unsupervised clustering of multivariate circular data
Servien, Rémi,
Molinari, Nicolas,
Abraham, Christophe

13831393. An information criterion for marginal structural models‡
Schisterman, Enrique F.,
Westreich, Daniel,
Cole, Stephen R.,
Brookhart, M. Alan,
Platt, Robert W.

13941406. Joint modeling quality of life and survival using a terminal decline model in palliative care studies
Bakitas, Marie A.,
Tosteson, Tor D.,
Li, Zhigang

14071418. Antibiotic resistance in hospitals: a wardspecific random effect model in a low antibiotic consumption environment
Müller, Fredrik,
Walberg, Mette,
Monnet, Dominique L.,
Leegaard, Truls,
Frigessi, Arnoldo,
Berild, Dag,
Tvete, Ingunn Fride,
Raastad, Ragnhild,
Aldrin, Magne

14191428. Practicable confidence intervals for current status data ‡
Brookhart, M. Alan,
Fine, Jason P.,
Choi, Byeong Yeob

142152. The trendrenewal process: a useful model for medical recurrence data
Wienke, Andreas,
Pietzner, Diana

14291438. Modelling the hierarchical structure in datasets with very small clusters: a simulation study to explore the effect of the proportion of clusters when the outcome is continuous
Peacock, J.L.,
Brocklehurst, P.,
Marston, L.,
Wright, K.C.,
Sauzet, O.

14391450. Seven myths of randomisation in clinical trials
Senn, Stephen

14511466. Efficiency of study designs in diagnostic randomized clinical trials
Gatsonis, Constantine,
Lu, Bo

14671482. Testing for improvement in prediction model performance
Wang, Zheyu,
Longton, Gary,
Kerr, Kathleen F.,
Pepe, Margaret Sullivan

14831493. Comparing ROC curves derived from regression models
Begg, Colin B.,
Gönen, Mithat,
Seshan, Venkatraman E.

14941508. Bias correction to secondary trait analysis with case–control design
Zhang, Wei,
Kittles, Rick,
Chen, Hua Yun

15091523. Joint modeling of medical cost and survival in complex sample surveys
Sands, Laura,
Craig, Bruce A.,
Yu, Danni,
Daggy, Joanne,
Xu, Huiping

15241535. Pathway index models for construction of patientspecific risk profiles
Kendziorski, Christina,
Rader, Janet S.,
Bradley, William H.,
Wang, Sijian,
Eng, Kevin H.

153164. A new functional databased biomarker for monitoring cardiovascular behavior
Sedransk, Nell,
Zhou, Yingchun

15361546. A mechanistic breast cancer survival modelling through the axillary lymph node chain
Louzada, Francisco,
Peria, Fernanda M.,
Perdoná, Gleici S. Castro,
Cobre, Juliana

15471560. Mixtureofexponentials models to explain heterogeneity in studies of the duration of Chlamydia trachomatis infection
Horner, Paddy J.,
Simms, Ian,
Turner, Katy,
Soldan, Kate,
Macleod, John,
Welton, Nicky J.,
Angelis, Daniela De,
Ades, A.E.,
Price, Malcolm J.

15611571. Time trends and forecasts of body mass index from repeated crosssectional data: a different approach †
Baal, Pieter H.M. van,
Mackenbach, Johan P.,
Majer, Istvan M.

15721583. Modeling health survey data with excessive zero and K responses
Tsai, MinHsiao,
Lin, Ting Hsiang

15841618. Methods for dealing with timedependent confounding
Sterne, J. A. C.,
Kenward, M. G.,
Stavola, B.L. De,
Cousens, S.N.,
Daniel, R.M.

165180. Fast linear mixed model computations for genomewide association studies with longitudinal data
Lesaffre, Emmanuel,
Eilers, Paul H.C.,
Uitterlinden, André G.,
Hofman, Albert,
Groenen, Patrick J.F.,
Rivadeneira, Fernando,
Sikorska, Karolina

17951814. Robust estimation of causal effects of binary treatments in unconfounded studies with dichotomous outcomes
Rubin, D.B.,
Gutman, R.

181195. Extension of adaptive alpha allocation methods for strong control of the familywise error rate
Sr., Ralph B. D'Agostino,
Sankoh, Abdul J.,
Li, Haihong

18151828. Applying optimal model selection in principal stratification for causal inference
McNamee, Roseanne,
Odondi, Lang'o

18291841. On estimating average effects for multiple treatment groups
Pfeiffer, R.M.,
Landsman, V.

18421864. Transforming the Model T: random effects metaanalysis with stable weights
Staudte, Robert G.,
Prendergast, Luke A.,
Malloy, Michael J.

18651876. A simple decision analytic solution to the comparison of two binary diagnostic tests
Gönen, Mithat,
Cronin, Angel M.,
Vickers, Andrew J.

18771892. When does combining markers improve classification performance and what are implications for practice?†
Sullivan Pepe, Margaret,
Bansal, Aasthaa

18931903. Maximizing an ROCtype measure via linear combination of markers when the gold reference is continuous
Chang, YuanChin Ivan

19041916. Empirical Bayes ranking and selection methods via semiparametric hierarchical mixture models in microarray studies
Matsui, Shigeyuki,
Noma, Hisashi

19171953. Adaptive Markov chain Monte Carlo forward projection for statistical analysis in epidemic modelling of human papillomavirus
Regan, David G.,
Cornebise, Julien,
Peters, Gareth W.,
Korostil, Igor A.

19541963. Statistical analysis of mixed recurrent event data with application to cancer survivor study
Robison, Leslie L.,
Leisenring, Wendy,
Srivastava, Deo Kumar,
Sun, Jianguo,
Zhao, Hui,
Tong, Xingwei,
Zhu, Liang

196205. Null but not void: considerations for hypothesis testing
Proschan, Michael A.,
Shaw, Pamela A.

19641973. Discovering, comparing, and combining moderators of treatment on outcome after randomized clinical trials: a parametric approach
Kraemer, Helena Chmura

19751994. A Bayesian decisiontheoretic sequential responseadaptive randomization design
Müller, Peter,
Lee, J. Jack,
Jiang, Fei

19952000. Evaluation of a surrogate marker: validity and efficiency
Qu, Yongming

20012012. Assessing ageatonset risk factors with incomplete covariate current status data under proportional odds models
Chen, YiHau,
Wen, ChiChung

20132030. Timevarying coefficient proportional hazards model with missing covariates
Wang, ChingYun,
Song, Xiao

20312047. Dynamic prediction by landmarking in competing risks
Putter, H.,
Witte, T. M. de,
Houwelingen, J. C. van,
Nicolaie, M. A.

20482061. Standard error of inverse prediction for dose–response relationship: approximate and exact statistical inference
Swartz, Harold M.,
Flood, Ann Barry,
Williams, Benjamin B.,
Demidenko, Eugene

206219. Optimal screening schedules for prevention of metastatic cancer
Pavlova, Lyudmila,
Hanin, Leonid

20622069. A Knearest neighbors survival probability prediction method
Zenios, S.A.,
Thistlethwaite, J.R.,
Ross, L.F.,
McCulloch, C.E.,
Lee, D.K.K.,
Ding, Y.,
Lowsky, D.J.

20702078. Deriving agespecific incidence from prevalence with an ordinary differential equation
Giani, Guido,
Koch, Michael,
Icks, Andrea,
Landwehr, Sandra,
Brinks, Ralph

20792096. Efficient bias correction for magnetic resonance image denoising
Qiu, Peihua,
Mukherjee, Partha Sarathi

20972113. Identifying implausible gestational ages in preterm babies with Bayesian mixture models‡
Liao, Dan,
Parker, Jennifer D.,
Schenker, Nathaniel,
Zhang, Guangyu

21142126. Bayesian nonparametric variable selection as an exploratory tool for discovering differentially expressed genes
Johnson, Wesley O.,
Shahbaba, Babak

21272139. Networkbased regularization for matched casecontrol analysis of highdimensional DNA methylation data
Wang, Shuang,
Sun, Hokeun

21402154. Sample size estimation in educational intervention trials with subgroup heterogeneity in only one arm
Cai, Jianwen,
Tang, Yiyun,
Zhao, Yingqi,
Esserman, Denise

21552172. Armitage Lecture 2011: the design and analysis of life history studies†
Lawless, Jerald F.

21732184. Estimating a timedependent concordance index for survival prediction models with covariate dependent censoring
Yu, Changhong,
Schumacher, Martin,
Kattan, Michael W.,
Gerds, Thomas A.

21852208. Fast subset scan for multivariate event detection
Zheng, Huanian,
III, Edward McFowland,
Neill, Daniel B.

220229. Power of the Mantel–Haenszel and other tests for discrete or grouped timetoevent data under a chained binomial model
Lachin, John M.

22092220. Nonparametric ROC summary statistics for correlated diagnostic marker data
Miao, Zhuang,
Zhang, Bo,
Schisterman, Enrique F.,
Chen, Zhen,
Liu, Aiyi,
Tang, Liansheng Larry

22212234. Adaptive prior variance calibration in the Bayesian continual reassessment method
Taylor, Jeremy M.G.,
Braun, Thomas M.,
Zhang, Jin

22352249. A goodnessoffit test for the proportional odds regression model†
Hosmer, David W.,
Fagerland, Morten W.

22502261. The trend odds model for ordinal data†
Dawson, Jeffrey D.,
Capuano, Ana W.

22622277. Comparison between splines and fractional polynomials for multivariable model building with continuous covariates: a simulation study with continuous response
Royston, Patrick,
Sauerbrei, Willi,
Binder, Harald

22782291. Empirical likelihoodbased confidence intervals for lengthbiased data
Shen, Y.,
Asgharian, M.,
Qin, J.,
Ning, J.

22922307. Epigenetic change detection and pattern recognition via Bayesian hierarchical hidden Markov models
Xiao, Guanghua,
Zang, Miao,
Wang, Xinlei

230239. Log transformation: application and interpretation in biomedical research
Tu, Xin M.,
Lu, Naiji,
Wang, Hongyue,
Feng, Changyong

23082319. Bayesian modeling of timedependent vulnerability to environmental hazards: an example using autism and pesticide data
English, Paul B.,
Roberts, Eric M.

23202334. A Bayesian model for misclassified binary outcomes and correlated survival data with applications to breast cancer†‡
Hunt, Kelly K.,
Huang, Xuelin,
Yi, Min,
Luo, Sheng

23352348. Investigations on noninferiority—the Food and Drug Administration draft guidance on treatments for nosocomial pneumonia as a case for exact tests for binomial proportions
Kieser, Meinhard,
Röhmel, Joachim

23492363. Assessing overall evidence from noninferiority trials with shared historical data†
Nie, Lei,
Tsong, Yi,
Zhang, Zhiwei,
Soon, Guoxing

23642373. A semiparametric marginal mixture cure model for clustered survival data
Peng, Yingwei,
Niu, Yi

23742389. Ties between event times and jump times in the Cox model
Darlington, G.A.,
Horrocks, J.,
Xin, X.

23902405. Distributionfree models for longitudinal count responses with overdispersion and structural zeros
Tu, X.M.,
Hu, J.,
CritsChristoph, P.,
Gallop, R.,
He, H.,
Tang, W.,
Chen, R.,
Yu, Q.

240254. Joint modeling of progressionfree survival and overall survival by a Bayesian normal induced copula estimation model
Melemed, Allen S.,
Kulkarni, Pandurang M.,
Liu, Jingyi,
Wang, Yanping,
Fu, Haoda

24062418. An efficient and robust analysis of covariance model for baseline adjustment in parallelgroup thorough QT/QTc studies
Lu, Kaifeng

24192429. Estimation of covariate effects in generalized linear mixed models with a misspecified distribution of random intercepts and slopes
Boylan, Ross,
McCulloch, Charles E.,
Neuhaus, John M.

24302442. A unified inference procedure for a class of measures to assess improvement in risk prediction systems with survival data
Wei, L.J.,
Kohane, Isaac S.,
Cai, Tianxi,
Tian, Lu,
Uno, Hajime

24432456. Comparing diagnostic tests: trials in people with discordant test results
Khan, K.,
Takeda, A.,
DíazOrdaz, K.,
Hooper, R.

24572466. Robust parametric indirect estimates of the expected cost of a hospital stay with covariates and censored data
Marazzi, Alfio,
Locatelli, Isabella

24672478. Correction of sampling bias in a crosssectional study of postsurgical complications
Simchen, Elisheva,
Gordon, EthelSherry,
Haklai, Ziona,
Zohar, Anat Ekka,
Weiss, Inbal Salz,
Freedman, Laurence S.,
Mandel, Micha,
Fluss, Ronen

24792499. Robust REML estimation for kcomponent Poisson mixture with random effects: application to the epilepsy seizure count data and urinary tract infections data
Yau, Kelvin K.W.,
Yu, Dalei

2539. Network metaanalysis models to account for variability in treatment definitions: application to dose effects
Salanti, Georgia,
Filippini, Graziella,
Mavridis, Dimitris,
Vacchi, Laura,
Giovane, Cinzia Del

25002512. Estimating a marginal causal odds ratio in a casecontrol design: analyzing the effect of low birth weight on the risk of type 1 diabetes mellitus
Waernbaum, Ingeborg,
Persson, Emma

25132514. Correction: ‘A conditional error function approach for subgroup selection in adaptive clinical trials’
Stallard, Nigel,
Parsons, Nick,
Friede, Tim

25152528. Noninferiority and superiority tests for partially matched data when a constraint is placed on the number of new tests
Berkhof, Johannes,
Ven, Peter M. van de

25292543. Interim treatment selection with a flexible selection margin in clinical trials
Wu, Yujun,
Zhang, PengLiang

25442554. Designing exploratory cancer trials using change in tumour size as primary endpoint
Whitehead, John,
Su, TingLi,
André, Valérie,
Jaki, Thomas

255266. Boosting for detection of gene–environment interactions
Kooperberg, C.,
Leblanc, M.,
Pashova, H.

25552570. Uncovering selection bias in case–control studies using Bayesian poststratification
Richardson, S.,
Elliott, P.,
Toledano, M. B.,
Best, N.,
Geneletti, S.

25712584. Evaluating accuracy of diagnostic tests with intermediate results in the absence of a gold standard
Craig, Bruce A.,
Black, Michael A.,
Xu, Huiping

25852594. Some consequences of assuming simple patterns for the treatment effect over time in a linear mixed model
Kenward, Michael G.,
White, Ian R.,
Bamia, Christina

25952612. Spatial moving average risk smoothing
MartinezBeneito, M. A.,
LópezQuílez, A.,
BotellaRocamora, P.

26132628. Bayesian indirect and mixed treatment comparisons across longitudinal time points
Fu, Haoda,
Ding, Ying

26292642. Bayesian analysis of recurrent event with dependent termination: an application to a heart transplant study
Bakel, Adrian B. Van,
Slate, Elizabeth H.,
Sinha, Debajyoti,
Ouyang, Bichun

26432660. Nowcasting influenza epidemics using nonhomogeneous hidden Markov models
Carvalho, M. Lucília,
Natário, Isabel,
Nunes, Baltazar

26612680. Physician performance assessment using a composite quality index
Shi, Jianjun,
Jain, Shabnam,
Liu, Kaibo

267281. Bayesian spatial modeling of HIV mortality via zeroinflated Poisson models
Aktekin, Tevfik,
Musal, Muzaffer

26812694. Estimating the intensity of ward admission and its effect on emergency department access block
Wiles, Janet,
Gallagher, Marcus,
Cao, Jiguo,
Luo, Wei

26952714. Group sequential enrichment design incorporating subgroup selection
Turnbull, Bruce W.,
Magnusson, Baldur P.

27152727. Reducing cost in sequential testing: a limit of indifference approach
McClish, Donna K.,
Schubert, Christine M.,
Ahmed, Anwar E.

27282746. Dosefinding designs using a novel quasicontinuous endpoint for multiple toxicities
Deley, MarieCécile Le,
Mandrekar, Sumithra J.,
Qin, Rui,
Zohar, Sarah,
Ezzalfani, Monia

27472766. Metaanalysis of randomised trials with a continuous outcome according to baseline imbalance and availability of individual participant data†
Deeks, Jonathan J.,
Gueyffier, Francois,
Wang, Jiguang,
Staessen, Jan A.,
Thijs, Lutgarde,
Bland, Martin,
Kauser, Iram,
Riley, Richard D.

27672789. A repeated measures model for analysis of continuous outcomes in sequential parallel comparison design studies
Fava, Maurizio,
Meisner, Allison,
Rybin, Denis,
Pencina, Michael,
Doros, Gheorghe

27902803. The impact of covariance misspecification in multivariate Gaussian mixtures on estimation and inference: an application to longitudinal modeling
Jewell, Nicholas P.,
Heggeseth, Brianna C.

28042822. Intervalcensored parametric regression survival models and the analysis of longitudinal trials
Peng, Defen,
MacKenzie, Gilbert

282289. Flexible recalibration of binary clinical prediction models
Dalton, Jarrod E.

28232836. Confidence intervals for odds ratio and relative risk based on the inverse hyperbolic sine transformation
Newcombe, Robert G.,
Fagerland, Morten W.

28372849. The performance of different propensity score methods for estimating marginal hazard ratios
Austin, Peter C.

28502858. A bias correction for covariance estimators to improve inference with generalized estimating equations that use an unstructured correlation matrix
Westgate, Philip M.

28592874. Censored correlated cytokine concentrations: multivariate Tobit regression using clustered variance estimation†
Ravn, Henrik,
Jørgensen, Mathias J.,
Benn, Christine S.,
Andersen, Andreas

28752892. Interpreting metaregression: application to recent controversies in antidepressants’ efficacy
Deng, Liping,
Huang, Lei,
Tarpey, Thaddeus,
Petkova, Eva

28932910. Conditionally unbiased estimation in phase II/III clinical trials with early stopping for futility
Stallard, Nigel,
Todd, Susan,
Kimani, Peter K.

290306. Skewelliptical spatial random effect modeling for areal data with application to mapping health utilization rates
Ghosh, Pulak,
Nathoo, Farouk S.

29112934. Bayesian multivariate metaanalysis with multiple outcomes
Higgins, Julian P.T.,
Wei, Yinghui

29352949. Incorporating data from various trial designs into a mixed treatment comparison model
Walsh, Cathal,
Adams, Roisin,
Schmitz, Susanne

29502961. Are gestational age, birth weight, and birth length indicators of favorable fetal growth conditions? A structural equation analysis of Filipino infants
Adair, Linda S.,
Noble, Mark D.,
Bollen, Kenneth A.

29622970. Differences in birth weight by sex using adjusted quantile distance functions
Sexton, Joseph Andrew,
Laake, Petter,
Lehre, AnneCatherine

29712987. Modeling timevarying effects with generalized and unsynchronized longitudinal data
Nguyen, Danh V.,
Kaysen, George A.,
Mohammed, Sandra M.,
Dalrymple, Lorien S.,
Şentürk, Damla

29883005. Longitudinal measurement in healthrelated surveys. A Bayesian joint growth model for multivariate ordinal responses
Fox, JeanPaul,
Verhagen, Josine

30063019. Nonparametric regression of state occupation, entry, exit, and waiting times with multistate rightcensored data
Datta, Somnath,
Mostajabi, Farida

30203038. Analysing malaria drug trials on a perindividual or perclone basis: a comparison of methods
Hastings, Ian,
Winter, Katherine,
Parry, Alice,
Jaki, Thomas

30393054. Semiparametric transformation models for panel count data with correlated observation and followup times
Sun, Jianguo,
Zhao, Hui,
Li, Ni

30553066. Design and semiparametric analysis of noninferiority trials with active and placebo control for censored timetoevent data
Friede, Tim,
Munk, Axel,
Kombrink, Karola

30673076. Between–within models for survival analysis
Pawitan, Yudi,
Larsson, Henrik,
Lichtenstein, Paul,
Sjölander, Arvid

307318. Application of fractional factorial designs to study drug combinations
Ho, ChihMing,
Wong, Weng Kee,
Xu, Hongquan,
Ding, Xianting,
Jaynes, Jessica

30773088. Model selection in competing risks regression
Varadhan, Ravi,
Kuk, Deborah

30893101. Comparing predictions among competing risks models with timedependent covariates
ANDERSEN, PER K.,
Gerds, Thomas A.,
Cortese, Giuliana

31023114. A random forest approach for competing risks based on pseudovalues
Gerds, Thomas A.,
Mogensen, Ulla B.

31153125. Mixed modeling and sample size calculations for identifying housekeeping genes
Bhandary, Madhusudan,
Jones, Bridgette L.,
Vyhlidal, Carrie A.,
Charnigo, Richard,
Dai, Hongying

31263142. Semiparametric odds ratio model for case–control and matched case–control designs
Li, Mingyao,
Reilly, Muredach P.,
Chen, Hua Yun

31433157. EMLasso: logistic lasso with missing data
Ottoy, JP.,
Thas, O.,
Sabbe, N.

31583180. A framework for developing, implementing, and evaluating clinical prediction models in an individual participant data metaanalysis
Riley, Richard David,
Koffijberg, Hendrik,
Ahmed, Ikhlaaq,
Moons, Karel G.M.,
Debray, Thomas P.A.

31813191. Proportionalodds models for repeated composite and long ordinal outcome scales
Parsons, Nick R.

319334. Segmental modeling of viral load changes for HIV longitudinal data with skewness and detection limits
Huang, Yangxin

31923205. Pairwise comparisons with ordered categorical data
Lu, TongYu,
Poon, WaiYin,
Cheung, Siu Hung,
Lin, Yueqiong

32063223. Regression modeling of the cumulative incidence function with missing causes of failure using pseudovalues
Latouche, Aurélien,
MorenoBetancur, Margarita

32243233. Coping with time and space in modelling malaria incidence: a comparison of survival and count regression models
Duchateau, Luc,
Speybroeck, Niko,
Yewhalaw, Delenasaw,
Janssen, Paul,
Getachew, Yehenew

32353246. Relative risk regression models with inverse polynomials
Woodward, Mark,
Ning, Yang

32473259. A simple and robust method for partially matched samples using the pvalues pooling approach
Huang, Bo,
Kuan, Pei Fen

32603273. An improved quadratic inference function for parameter estimation in the analysis of correlated data
Braun, Thomas M.,
Westgate, Philip M.

32743289. Antedependence models for nonstationary categorical longitudinal data with ignorable missingness: likelihoodbased inference
Zimmerman, Dale L.,
Xie, Yunlong

32903299. A scan statistic for identifying optimal risk windows in vaccine safety studies using selfcontrolled case series design
Glanz, Jason M.,
Daley, Matthew F.,
McClure, David L.,
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Buchan, Iain,
Sperrin, Matthew

9951003. Generalization of Youden index for multipleclass classification problems applied to the assessment of externally validated cognition in Parkinson disease screening
Alonzo, Todd A.,
Anderson, Tim J.,
DalrympleAlford, John C.,
Nakas, Christos T.

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Bretz, Frank,
Maurer, Willi

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Brannath, W.,
Gutjahr, G.

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Rajicic, Natasa,
Antonijevic, Zoran,
Ankolekar, Suresh,
Patel, Nitin R.

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Schumacher, M.,
Bullinger, L.,
Benner, A.,
Binder, H.

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Hothorn, L. A.,
Hasler, M.

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Gondan, Matthias,
Friede, Tim,
Kieser, Meinhard

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Austin, Peter C.

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Zhao, Pengliang,
Zhang, Ji,
Chen, Joshua,
Ouyang, Soo Peter,
Shih, Weichung Joe,
Li, Mingyu,
Quan, Hui

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Brannath, Werner,
Carreras, Máximo

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Burman, CarlFredrik,
Lisovskaja, Vera

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Bretz, Frank,
Bornkamp, Björn,
Dette, Holger

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Cabilio, Paul,
Zhang, Ying

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Neuenschwander, B.,
Kerman, J.,
Scala, L. Di

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Bretz, Frank,
Koenig, Franz

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Glimm, Ekkehard,
Scala, Lilla Di

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Karvanen, Juha,
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Wang, Xinlei,
Lim, Johan

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Baker, Stuart G.

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Chow, SheinChung

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Lachenbruch, Peter A.,
Endrenyi, Laszlo,
Chow, SheinChung

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Lachenbruch, Peter A.,
Endrenyi, Laszlo,
Wang, Jun,
Chow, SheinChung

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Chow, SheinChung,
Kang, Seungho

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Johri, Anandhi,
Wood, Patricia,
Liu, Qing,
Li, Yulan

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Chi, Eric,
Yang, LanYan,
Chow, SheinChung,
Hsieh, TsungCheng

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Chi, Eric,
Chow, SheinChung,
Zhang, Nan,
Yang, Jun

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Chi, Eric,
Endrenyi, Laszlo,
Chow, SheinChung,
Yang, Jun,
Zhang, Nan

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Tothfalusi, Laszlo,
Chow, SheinChung,
Chang, Chiann,
Endrenyi, Laszlo

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Chiu, ShihTing,
Starr, Aijing,
Yang, LanYan,
Chow, SheinChung

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Liu, JenPei,
Lin, YaChing,
Chang, ChihHsi,
Chow, SheinChung,
Lin, JrRung

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Darken, Patrick F.,
Liao, Jason J.Z.

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Rai, Shesh N.,
Ray, Herman E.

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Dmitrienko, Alex,
Kordzakhia, George

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Wu, Rongling,
Li, Runze,
Wang, Zhong,
Fu, Guifang,
Li, Jiahan,
Das, Kiranmoy

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Ziegler, Andreas,
Blankenberg, Stefan,
Wild, Philipp S.,
Zeller, Tanja,
Scheinhardt, Markus O.,
Szymczak, Silke

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Jaki, Thomas

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Yan, Zhiwu

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Pallmann, Philip,
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Phillips, Alan,
Senn, Stephen,
Bakhshi, Andisheh

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Friede, T.,
Schmidli, H.,
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Paoletti, Xavier,
Thiébaut, Rodolphe,
Doussau, Adélaïde

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Binder, Harald,
Krahn, Ulrike,
König, Jochem

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Lesaffre, E.,
Boelaert, M.,
Menten, J.

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JacqminGadda, Hélène,
Dartigues, JeanFrançois,
Blanche, Paul

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Rondeau, Virginie,
Laurent, Alexandre,
MacGrogan, Gaetan,
MathoulinPélissier, Simone,
Rachet, Bernard,
Mauguen, Audrey

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Reilly, Marie,
Czene, Kamila,
Valsecchi, Maria Grazia,
Rebora, Paola,
Lee, Myeongjee

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Lee, Woojoo,
Pawitan, Yudi,
Lee, Youngjo,
Lee, Donghwan

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Samuelsen, Sven Ove,
Støer, Nathalie C.

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Carstensen, Bendix,
Iacobelli, Simona

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AbuAssi, Emad,
CadarsoSuárez, Carmen,
Kneib, Thomas,
RodríguezGirondo, Mar

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Lambert, Paul C.,
Lambe, Mats,
Eloranta, Sandra,
Dickman, Paul W.,
Andersson, Therese ML

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Andersen, P. K.

. Estimation of the effect of interventions that modify the received treatment
Rotnitzky, A.,
Haneuse, S.

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Lesaffre, Emmanuel,
Declerck, Dominique,
Bandyopadhyay, Dipankar,
Mutsvari, Timothy

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Sangalli, Laura M.,
Goldsmith, Jeff,
Sørensen, Helle

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Borgan, Ørnulf,
Aalen, Odd O.

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Buyse, Marc,
Glabbeke, Martine Van,
Sylvester, Richard,
Suciu, Stefan,
Solbu, Gabriel,
Kirkpatrick, Anne,
Eeckhoudt, Dominique,
Duez, Nicole,
Rotmensz, Nicole,
Renard, Josette