Encyclopedia of Biostatistics

Encyclopedia of Biostatistics

Online ISBN: 9780470011812

DOI: 10.1002/0470011815

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  1. Biographies
  2. Categorical Data Analysis
  3. Clinical Epidemiology
  4. Clinical Trials
  5. Clinical Trials: Applications
  6. Clinical Trials: Methodology
  7. Computation
  8. Design of Experiments
  9. Disease Modeling
  10. Epidemiology
  11. Epidemiology: Applications
  12. Epidemiology: Methodology
  13. Governmental and International Agencies
  14. Health Services Research
  15. Historical Perspectives
  16. Honorary Lectures and Prizes
  17. Human Genetics
  18. Journals
  19. Laboratory and Basic Science Research
  20. Longitudinal Data Analysis and Time Series
  21. Medical and Health Specialties
  22. Multivariate Analysis
  23. Professional Activities
  24. Research Groups and Specific Studies
  25. Review Articles
  26. Sampling and Survey Methods
    1. Adaptive Sampling
    2. Average Age at Death
    3. Berkson's Fallacy
    4. Bias From Diagnostic Suspicion in Case–Control Studies
    5. Bias from Exposure Suspicion in Case–Control Studies
    6. Bias from Historical Controls
    7. Bias from Stage Migration in Cancer Survival
    8. Bias, Overview
    9. Call-Backs and Mail-Backs in Sample Surveys
    10. Cluster Sampling
    11. Cluster Sampling, Optimal Allocation
    12. Composite Estimators
    13. Confidence Intervals, Binomial, When no Events are Observed
    14. Denominator Difficulties
    15. Distance Sampling
    16. Double Sampling
    17. Establishment Surveys With Population Survey–Generated Sampling Frames
    18. Extrapolation
    19. Finite Population Correction
    20. Horvitz–Thompson Estimator
    21. Incomplete Follow-up
    22. Interpenetrating Samples
    23. Interviewing Techniques
    24. Linearization Methods of Variance Estimation
    25. Missing Data
    26. Missing Data Estimation, “Hot Deck” and “Cold Deck”
    27. Missing Data in Clinical Trials
    28. Missing Data in Epidemiologic Studies
    29. Multiple Imputation Methods
    30. Multistage Sampling
    31. National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS)
    32. Network Sampling
    33. Nonresponse
    34. Nonsampling Errors
    35. Poststratification in Survey Sampling
    36. Prevalence–Incidence Bias
    37. Probability Sampling
    38. Questionnaire Design
    39. Quota, Representative, and Other Methods of Purposive Sampling
    40. Random Digit Dialing Sampling for Case–Control Studies
    41. Random Sample
    42. Randomized Response Techniques
    43. Ratio and Regression Estimates
    44. Regression to the Mean
    45. Resampling Procedures for Sample Surveys
    46. Response Effects in Sample Surveys
    47. Sample Size Adequacy in Surveys
    48. Sample Surveys in the Health Sciences
    49. Sampling Frames
    50. Sampling in Developing Countries
    51. Sampling With and Without Replacement
    52. Sampling With Probability Proportional to Size
    53. Simple Random Sampling
    54. Small Area Estimation
    55. Snowball Sampling
    56. Software for Sample Survey Data
    57. Software for Sample Survey Data, Misuse of Standard Packages
    58. Stratification
    59. Stratified Sampling
    60. Stratified Sampling, Allocation in
    61. Superpopulation Models in Survey Sampling
    62. Surveys, Health and Morbidity
    63. Systematic Sampling Methods
    64. Target Population
    65. Telephone Sampling
    66. Treatment Delay
  27. Scientific and Professional Societies
  28. Statistical Models
  29. Statistical Theory and Methods (A-L)
  30. Statistical Theory and Methods (M-Z)
  31. Survival Analysis
  32. Vital and Health Statistics

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