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Layman's abstract for paper on bias induced by ignoring double truncation inherent in autopsy‐confirmed survival studies of neurodegenerative diseases news

  • Authors: Lior Rennert and Sharon X. Xie
  • Published Date: Nov 15, 2019

Every few days, we will be publishing layman's abstracts of new articles from our prestigious portfolio of journals in statistics. The aim is to highlight the latest research to a broader audience in...

Bridging public understanding of health and data sharing: A podcast from the Royal Statistical Society Conference news

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Nov 14, 2019

At their annual conference held in Belfast this September, the Royal Statistical Society spoke to Debbie Keatley from Use MY Data, a movement of patients, careers and relatives aiming to highlight the...

Layman's abstract for paper on instrumental variable estimation in ordinal probit models with mismeasured predictors news

  • Authors: Jing Guan, Hongjian Cheng, Kenneth A. Bollen, D. Roland Thomas and Liqun Wang
  • Published Date: Nov 14, 2019

Every few days, we will be publishing layman's abstracts of new articles from our prestigious portfolio of journals in statistics. The aim is to highlight the latest research to a broader audience in...

An interview with new Statistica Neerlandica Editor, Miroslav Ristic news

  • Published Date: Nov 13, 2019

Miroslav Ristic is a professor in the Faculty of Sciences and Mathematics at the University of Nis, Serbia, specialising in time series analysis and statistical distribution theory. He has served as...

Layman's abstract for paper on spatial generalized linear mixed models in small area estimation news

  • Authors: Mahmoud Torabi
  • Published Date: Nov 13, 2019

Every few days, we will be publishing layman's abstracts of new articles from our prestigious portfolio of journals in statistics. The aim is to highlight the latest research to a broader audience in...

New research: Can statistics be used to prove the hot hand hypothesis? news

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Nov 12, 2019

New research published in the Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A considers the validity the 'hot hand hypothesis', using state space models to investigate serial dependence...

Layman's abstract for paper on sample size calculations for cluster randomised crossover trials with a fixed number of clusters news

  • Authors: Thu‐Lan Kelly and Nicole Pratt
  • Published Date: Nov 12, 2019

Every few days, we will be publishing layman's abstracts of new articles from our prestigious portfolio of journals in statistics. The aim is to highlight the latest research to a broader audience in...

Free Access: Impact of predictor measurement heterogeneity across settings on the performance of prediction models news

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Nov 11, 2019

Each week, we select a recently published article and provide free access. This week's article comes from Statistics in Medicine and considers measurement heterogeneity in clinical prediction...

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