Highly cited paper in Biometrics freely available to read


  • Author: Statistics Views
  • Date: 06 March 2013

Wiley are providing free access to certain highly cited papers throughout 2013 and the latest is 'Cause-Specific Cumulative Incidence Estimation and the Fine and Gray Model Under Both Left Truncation and Right Censoring' written by Ronald E. Geckus. The standard estimator for the cause-specific cumulative incidence function in a competing risks setting with left truncated and/or right censored data can be written in two alternative forms. One is a weighted empirical cumulative distribution function and the other a product-limit estimator.  

The paper was published in Biometrics, Vol. 67, Issue 1 and is one of its most highly cited papers in recent years.

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Further highly cited papers that are available freely to read will be announced throughout the year.

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