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Multi-level repeated ordinal data arise if ordinal outcomes are measured repeatedly in subclusters of a cluster or on subunits of an experimental unit. If both the regression coefficients and the correlation parameters are of interest, the Bayesian hierarchical models have proved to be a powerful tool for analysis with computation being performed by Markov(More)
Continuous proportional data is common in biomedical research, e.g., the pre-post therapy percent change in certain physiological and molecular variables such as glomerular filtration rate, certain gene expression level, or telomere length. As shown in (Song and Tan, 2000) such data requires methods beyond the common generalised linear models. However, the(More)
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