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Statistical Methods for Incomplete Covariates and Two-Phase Designs

@inproceedings{McIsaac2013StatisticalMF,
  title={Statistical Methods for Incomplete Covariates and Two-Phase Designs},
  author={Michael A. McIsaac},
  year={2013}
}
  • Michael A. McIsaac
  • Published 2013
  • Computer Science
  • Incomplete data is a pervasive problem in health research, and as a result statistical methods enabling inference based on partial information play a critical role. This thesis explores estimation of regression coefficients and associated inferences when variables are incompletely observed. In the later chapters, we focus primarily on settings with incomplete covariate data which arise by design, as in studies with two-phase sampling schemes, as opposed to incomplete data which arise due to… CONTINUE READING

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