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Use of the Mantel-Haenszel khi2 overestimates precision in studies with sparse data.O'BRIEN (T.R.) ; FLANDERS (W.D.) ; DECOUFLE (P.). JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE. 1991; 1081-1083, issn 0096-1736ARTICLE.

Re: comparing proportion exposed in case-control studies using several control groups.GREENLAND (S.) ; FAIRWEATHER (W.R.) ; Ucla school public health. Dep epidemiology. Los Angeles CA. USA. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY. 1990; 944-, issn 0002-9262ARTICLE.

Is Probabilistic Bias Analysis Approximately Bayesian ?MACLEHOSE (Richard-F) ; GUSTAFSON (Paul). EPIDEMIOLOGY. 2012; 151-158, issn 1044-3983ARTICLE.

A generalized concept of power helped to choose optimal endpoints in clinical trials.BORM (George-F) ; VAN DER WILT (Gert-J) ; KREMER (Jan-Am) et al. JOURNAL OF CLINICAL EPIDEMIOLOGY. 2007; 375-381, issn 0895-4356ARTICLE.

What is the best way to gather clinical questions from physicians ?EBELL (Mark-H) ; WHITE (Linda) ; Department of Family Practice. Michigan State University. B106 Clinical Center. East Lansing. MI. USA. JOURNAL OF THE MEDICAL LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. 2003; 364-366, issn 1536-5050ARTICLE.

A heuristic approach to the formulas for population attributable fraction. HANLEY (J.A.). JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY AND COMMUNITY HEALTH. 2001; 508-514, issn 0143-005XARTICLE.

Statistical significance testing in the American Journal of Epidemiology, 1970-1990.SAVITZ (D.A.) ; TOLO (K.A.) ; POOLE (C.) et al. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY. 1994; 1047-1052, issn 0002-9262ARTICLE.

Attributable risk : advantages of a broad definition of exposure.WACHOLDER (S.) ; BENICHOU (J.) ; HEINEMAN (E.F.) et al. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY. 1994; 303-309, issn 0002-9262ARTICLE.

Bayesian methods for highly correlated exposure data. Commentary.THOMAS (Duncan-C)(disc.) ; WITTE (John-S)(disc.) ; GREENLAND (Sander)(disc.) et al. EPIDEMIOLOGY. 2007; 186-207 (14p.), issn 1044-3983ARTICLE.

A comparison of analytic methods for non-random missingness of outcome data.CRAWFORD (S.L.) ; TENNSTEDT (S.L.) ; MCKINLAY (J.B.) et al. JOURNAL OF CLINICAL EPIDEMIOLOGY. 1995; 209-219, issn 0895-4356ARTICLE.

Evaluation au niveau départemental de l'autonomie des personnes âgées. Mise en place d'une méthodologie. = Evaluation at the departemental level of the autonomy of elderly people.BESSO (M.) ; SAOS (J.) ; ATTALLI (G.). TECHNIQUES HOSPITALIERES MEDICO SOCIALES ET SANITAIRES. 1989; 49-52, issn 0040-1374ARTICLE.

Epidemiology Visualized : The Prosecutor's Fallacy.WESTREICH (Daniel) ; ILIINSKY (Noah). AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY. 2014; 1125-1127, issn 0002-9262ARTICLE.

Structural equation modeling and its relationship to multiple regression and factor analysis. MUSIL (C.M.) ; JONES (S.L.) ; WARNER (C.D.) et al. RESEARCH IN NURSING AND HEALTH. 1998; 271-281, issn 0160-6891ARTICLE.

Three sides of the same coin : the analysis of paired data from dyads.JACOBSEN (B.S.) ; TULMAN (L.) ; LOWERY (B.J.) et al. NURSING RESEARCH. 1991; 359-363, issn 0029-6562ARTICLE.

Living with P Values : Resurrecting a Bayesian Perspective on Frequentist Statistics.GREENLAND (Sander) ; POOLE (Charles). EPIDEMIOLOGY. 2013; 62-68, issn 1044-3983ARTICLE.

Alternatives to randomisation in the evaluation of public-health interventions : statistical analysis and causal inference.COUSENS (S.) ; HARGREAVES (J.) ; BONELL (C.) et al. JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY AND COMMUNITY HEALTH. 2011; 576-581, issn 0143-005XARTICLE.

A welcome debate on statistical analysis. MULLINS (Cdaniel). CLINICAL THERAPEUTICS. 2001; 1746-, issn 0149-2918ARTICLE.

Guggenmoos-Holzmann Memorial Symposium.JOURNAL OF CLINICAL EPIDEMIOLOGY. 1999; (24p.), issn 0895-4356FASCICULE, CONGRES.

Averaging attributable fractions in the multifactorial situation : Assumptions and interpretation. GEFELLER (O.) ; LAND (M.) ; EIDE (G.E.) et al. JOURNAL OF CLINICAL EPIDEMIOLOGY. 1998; 437-441, issn 0895-4356ARTICLE.

On measures of agreement calculated from contingency tables with categories defined by the empirical quantiles of the marginal distributions. BORKOWF (C.B.) ; GAIL (M.H.) ; National Cancer Institute. Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics. Biostatistics Branch. Bethesda MD. USA. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY. 1997; 520-526, issn 0002-9262ARTICLE.

Principes de l'analyse brute des données en épidémiologie. = Principles of analysis of epidemiological data-crude analysis.DABIS (F.) ; DRUCKER (J.) ; MOREN (A.) et al. SANTE. 1992; 184-190, issn 1157-5999ARTICLE.

Re: Ordinal regression models for epidemiologic data. Reply.PETERSON (B.) ; ARMSTRONG (B.) ; SLOAN (M.). AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY. 1990; 745-748, issn 0002-9262ARTICLE.

Implications of the ICD-10 definitions related to death in pregnancy, childbirth or the puerperium.FORTNEY (J.A.). WORLD HEALTH STATISTICS QUARTERLY. 1990; 246-248, issn 0379-8070ARTICLE.

Adjusting for multiple testing : when and how ?BENDER (Ralf) ; LANGE (Stefan). JOURNAL OF CLINICAL EPIDEMIOLOGY. 2001; 343-349, issn 0895-4356ARTICLE.

Focus on qualitative methods : Uses and abuses of the analysis of covariance. OWEN (S.V.) ; FROMAN (R.D.). RESEARCH IN NURSING AND HEALTH. 1998; 557-562, issn 0160-6891ARTICLE.

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