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Variance estimation for logistic regression in case-cohort studies

  title={Variance estimation for logistic regression in case-cohort studies},
  author={Hisashi Noma},
  • H. Noma
  • Published 6 August 2022
  • Mathematics
The logistic regression analysis proposed by Schouten et al. (Stat Med. 1993;12:1733-1745) has been a standard method in current statistical analysis of case-cohort studies, and it enables effective estimation of risk ratio from selected subsamples. Schouten et al. (1993) also proposed the standard error estimate of the risk ratio estimator can be calculated by the robust variance estimator. In this article, however, we show that the robust variance estimator does not account for the… 

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