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Volume 77 Issue 2 (August 2009) journal issue

  • Published Date: Aug 01, 2009

167-328

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Statistical Analysis and Data Mining journal

  • Published Date: Jul 19, 2012

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Hierarchical related regression for combining aggregate and... journal article

  • Journal: Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society)
  • Authors: Christopher Jackson, And Nicky Best, Sylvia Richardson
  • Published Date: Sep 18, 2007

Summary.  To obtain information about the contribution of individual and area level factors to population health, it is desirable to use both data collected on areas, such as censuses, and on individuals, e.g. survey and cohort data. Recently developed models allow us to carry out simultaneous regressions on related data at the individual and aggregate levels. These can reduce ‘ecological bias’ that is caused by confounding, model...

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Volume 171 Issue 1 (January 2008) journal issue

  • Published Date: Jan 01, 2008

1-318

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Volume 76 Issue 2 (August 2008) journal issue

  • Published Date: Aug 01, 2008

157-328

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Volume 174 Issue 3 (July 2011) journal issue

  • Published Date: Jul 01, 2011

517-850

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Handbook of Statistical Systems Biology book

  • Authors: Michael Stumpf, David J. Balding, Mark Girolami
  • Published Date: Oct 21, 2011

Systems Biology is now entering a mature phase in which the key issues are characterising uncertainty and stochastic effects in mathematical models of biological systems. The area is moving towards a full statistical analysis and probabilistic reasoning over the inferences that can be made from mathematical models. This handbook presents a comprehensive guide to the discipline for practitioners and educators, in providing a full and detailed treatment of these important and emerging subjects. Leading...

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Volume 175 Issue 2 (April 2012) journal issue

  • Published Date: Apr 01, 2012

311-660

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Two‐dimensional guidelines for measurement system indices journal article

  • Journal: Quality and Reliability Engineering International
  • Authors: T. Kevin White, Connie M. Borror
  • Published Date: Sep 26, 2010

Abstract In this paper, we review two common measurement system indices and a common process capability index. With some simple plots, it will be shown that the traditional guidelines for these measurement system indices can often misdirect improvement efforts. By taking advantage of the relationship between the measurement system indices and the process capability index, two‐dimensional guidelines that can be used as an alternative...

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Volume 171 Issue 2 (April 2008) journal issue

  • Published Date: Apr 01, 2008

319-508

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Incidence‐based estimates of life expectancy of the healthy... journal article

  • Journal: Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society)
  • Authors: Ehsan Khoman, James Mitchell, Martin Weale
  • Published Date: Jan 10, 2008

Summary.  Will the UK's aging population be fit and independent, or suffer from greater chronic ill health? Life expectancy of healthy people represents the expected number of years of healthy well‐being that a life‐table cohort would experience if age‐specific rates of mortality and disability prevailed throughout the cohort's lifetime. Robust estimation of this life expectancy is thus essential for examining whether additional years of...

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A graphical chain model for reciprocal relationships between... journal article

  • Journal: Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society)
  • Authors: Ann Berrington, Yongjian Hu, Peter W. F. Smith, Patrick Sturgis
  • Published Date: Oct 29, 2007

Summary.  We use a graphical chain model to investigate the reciprocal relationships between changes in women's labour force participation following entry into parenthood and changes in gender role attitude. Results suggest that attitudes are not fixed and that revision of these attitudes in the light of recent life course events is an important process. The adaptation of attitudes to events appears to be stronger than the selection of...

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Analysis of Messy Data Volume 1: Designed Experiments,... journal article

  • Journal: International Statistical Review
  • Authors: Norman R. Draper
  • Published Date: Jul 02, 2009

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Bayesian Evaluation of Informative Hypotheses edited by... journal article

  • Journal: International Statistical Review
  • Authors: Jayanta K. Ghosh
  • Published Date: Jul 02, 2009

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Clinical Prediction Models: A Practical Approach to... journal article

  • Journal: International Statistical Review
  • Authors: Teresa Neeman
  • Published Date: Jul 02, 2009

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Reply to comment on ‘Associations between air pollution and... journal article

  • Journal: Australian & New Zealand Journal of Statistics
  • Authors: Hiep Duc, Bin Jalaludin, Geoff Morgan
  • Published Date: Aug 04, 2011

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Volume 78 Issue 2 (August 2010) journal issue

  • Published Date: Aug 01, 2010

161-328

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Bayesian Methods: A Social and Behavioral Sciences Approach,... journal article

  • Journal: International Statistical Review
  • Authors: Jayanta K. Ghosh
  • Published Date: Jul 02, 2009

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Volume 10 Issue 4 (July/August 2011) journal issue

  • Published Date: Jul 01, 2011

289-392

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Simulation and Inference for Stochastic Differential... journal article

  • Journal: International Statistical Review
  • Authors: Arto Luoma
  • Published Date: Mar 26, 2009

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