The pseudo-GEE approach to the analysis of longitudinal surveys

  title={The pseudo-GEE approach to the analysis of longitudinal surveys},
  author={Ivan Carrillo and Jiahua Chen and WU Changbao},
Longitudinal surveys have emerged in recent years as an important data collection tool for population studies where the primary interest is to examine population changes over time at the individual level. Longitudinal data are often analyzed through the generalized estimating equations (GEE) approach. The vast majority of existing literature on the GEE method, however, is developed under non-survey settings and are inappropriate for data collected through complex sampling designs. In this paper… CONTINUE READING


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