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List colorings of multipartite hypergraphs Early View

  • Journal: Random Structures & Algorithms
  • Authors: Arès Méroueh, Andrew Thomason
  • Published Date: Apr 01, 2019

Let χl(G) denote the list chromatic number of the r‐uniform hypergraph G. Extending a result of Alon for graphs, Saxton and the second author used the method of containers to prove that, if G is...

Projecting biological impacts from climate change like a climate scientist Early View

  • Journal: Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change
  • Authors: Mark C. Urban
  • Published Date: Mar 31, 2019

Our ability to project changes to the climate via anthropogenic forcing has steadily increased over the last five decades. Yet, biologists still lack accurate projections about climate change impacts....

Bayesian meta‐analysis across genome‐wide association studies of diverse phenotypes Early View

  • Journal: Genetic Epidemiology
  • Authors: Holly Trochet, Matti Pirinen, Gavin Band, Luke Jostins, Gilean McVean, Chris C. A. Spencer
  • Published Date: Mar 28, 2019

Abstract Genome‐wide association studies (GWAS) are a powerful tool for understanding the genetic basis of diseases and traits, but most studies have been conducted in isolation, with a focus on...

Subset testing and analysis of multiple phenotypes Early View

  • Journal: Genetic Epidemiology
  • Authors: Andriy Derkach, Ruth M. Pfeiffer
  • Published Date: Mar 28, 2019

Abstract Meta‐analysis of multiple genome‐wide association studies (GWAS) is effective for detecting single‐ or multimarker associations with complex traits. We develop a flexible procedure (subset...

On sufficient dimension reduction for functional data: Inverse moment‐based methods Early View

  • Journal: WIREs Computational Statistics
  • Authors: Jun Song
  • Published Date: Mar 27, 2019

In this article, we present methods of sufficient dimension reduction (SDR) for functional data and organize them in a unified framework. The current existing methods for multivariate, functional...

A Matter of Experience? Understanding the Decline in Group Lending Early View

  • Journal: Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics
  • Authors: Christian Ahlin, Matthew Suandi
  • Published Date: Mar 26, 2019

Abstract Group lending, often considered a key innovation driving the successful expansion of microcredit across the world, appears to be on the decline. Using MIX data on microfinance institutions...

What Determines the Sacrifice Ratio? A Bayesian Model Averaging Approach Early View

  • Journal: Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics
  • Authors: Hajime Katayama, Natalia Ponomareva, Malvin Sharma
  • Published Date: Mar 22, 2019

Abstract Existing empirical studies on the sacrifice ratio (measuring the output cost of disinflation) consider a large number of potential explanatory variables including the length of disinflation,...

A simple approximation to bias in the genetic effect estimates when multiple disease states share a clinical diagnosis Early View

  • Journal: Genetic Epidemiology
  • Authors: Iryna Lobach, Inyoung Kim, Alexander Alekseyenko, Siarhei Lobach, Li Zhang
  • Published Date: Mar 19, 2019

Abstract Case‐control genome‐wide association studies (CC‐GWAS) might provide valuable clues to the underlying pathophysiologic mechanisms of complex diseases, such as neurodegenerative disease and...

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