Fitting a bivariate measurement error model for episodically consumed dietary components.

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  title={Fitting a bivariate measurement error model for episodically consumed dietary components.},
  author={Saijuan Zhang and Susan M. Krebs-Smith and Douglas N. Midthune and Adriana P{\'e}rez and Dennis W. Buckman and Victor Kipnis and Laurence S Freedman and Kevin W. Dodd and Raymond J. Carroll},
  journal={The international journal of biostatistics},
  year={2011},
  volume={7 1},
  pages={
          1
        }
}
There has been great public health interest in estimating usual, i.e., long-term average, intake of episodically consumed dietary components that are not consumed daily by everyone, e.g., fish, red meat and whole grains. Short-term measurements of episodically consumed dietary components have zero-inflated skewed distributions. So-called two-part models have been developed for such data in order to correct for measurement error due to within-person variation and to estimate the distribution of… CONTINUE READING

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