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In cross-sectional or cohort studies with binary outcomes, it is biologically interpretable and of interest to estimate the relative risk or prevalence ratio, especially when the response rates are not rare. Several methods have been used to estimate the relative risk, among which the log-binomial models yield the maximum likelihood estimate (MLE) of the(More)
In the analysis of complex sample data, Jackknife Repeated Replication is a method to estimate the variance of a statistic that can result in substantially reduced variance when compared to traditional estimators. Subpopulation analysis is used to compute point and variance estimates for a subset of the sampled population. This is accomplished through a(More)
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