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BACKGROUND Admixture mapping is a powerful gene mapping approach for an admixed population formed from ancestral populations with different allele frequencies. The power of this method relies on the ability of ancestry informative markers (AIMs) to infer ancestry along the chromosomes of admixed individuals. In this study, more than one million SNPs from(More)
We propose a new procedure for constructing inferences about a measure of interobserver agreement in studies involving a binary outcome and multiple raters. The proposed procedure, based on a chi-square goodness-of-fit test as applied to the correlated binomial model (Bahadur, 1961, in Studies in Item Analysis and Prediction, 158-176), is an extension of(More)
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