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Count data with extra zeros are common in many medical applications. The zero-inflated Poisson (ZIP) regression model is useful to analyse such data. For hierarchical or correlated count data where the observations are either clustered or represent repeated outcomes from individual subjects, a class of ZIP mixed regression models may be appropriate.(More)
To account for the preponderance of zero counts and simultaneous correlation of observations, a class of zero-inflated Poisson mixed regression models is applicable for accommodating the within-cluster dependence. In this paper, a score test for zero-inflation is developed for assessing correlated count data with excess zeros. The sampling distribution and(More)
BACKGROUND This intervention aimed to ascertain whether a low-cost, accessible, physical activity and nutrition program could improve physical activity and nutrition behaviours of insufficiently active 60-70 year olds residing in Perth, Australia. METHODS A 6-month home-based randomised controlled trial was conducted on 478 older adults (intervention, n =(More)
Overdispersion or extra-Poisson variation is very common for count data. This phenomenon arises when the variability of the counts greatly exceeds the mean under the Poisson assumption, resulting in substantial bias for the parameter estimates. To detect whether count data are overdispersed in the Poisson regression setting, various tests have been proposed(More)
Technology aided measures offer a sensitive, accurate and time-efficient approach for the assessment of sensorimotor function after neurological insult compared to standard clinical assessments. This study investigated the sensitivity of robotic measures to capture differences in planar reaching movements as a function of neurological status (stroke,(More)