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Volume 185, issue S2, 2022

Big data meets survey science pp. S167-S169 Downloads
Don Jang and Ana Lucía Córdova Cazar
Intercensal updating using structure‐preserving methods and satellite imagery pp. S170-S196 Downloads
Till Koebe, Alejandra Arias‐Salazar, Natalia Rojas‐Perilla and Timo Schmid
Neural forecasting of the Italian sovereign bond market with economic news pp. S197-S224 Downloads
Sergio Consoli, Luca Tiozzo Pezzoli and Elisa Tosetti
Non‐participation in smartphone data collection using research apps pp. S225-S245 Downloads
Florian Keusch, Sebastian Bähr, Georg‐Christoph Haas, Frauke Kreuter, Mark Trappmann and Stephanie Eckman
Understanding political news media consumption with digital trace data and natural language processing pp. S246-S269 Downloads
Ruben L. Bach, Christoph Kern, Denis Bonnay and Luc Kalaora
Estimating the number of persons with HIV in jails via web scraping and record linkage pp. S270-S287 Downloads
Bonnie E. Shook‐Sa, Michael G. Hudgens, Andrew L. Kavee and David L. Rosen
Seismonomics: Listening to the heartbeat of the economy pp. S288-S309 Downloads
Luca Tiozzo Pezzoli and Elisa Tosetti
Analysing establishment survey non‐response using administrative data and machine learning pp. S310-S342 Downloads
Benjamin Küfner, Joseph W. Sakshaug and Stefan Zins
Is Facebook's advertising data accurate enough for use in social science research? Insights from a cross‐national online survey pp. S343-S363 Downloads
André Grow, Daniela Perrotta, Emanuele Del Fava, Jorge Cimentada, Francesco Rampazzo, Sofia Gil‐Clavel, Emilio Zagheni, René D. Flores, Ilana Ventura and Ingmar Weber
Evaluation of consent to link Twitter data to survey data pp. S364-S386 Downloads
Zeina Mneimneh
Linking surveys and digital trace data: Insights from two studies on determinants of data sharing behaviour pp. S387-S407 Downloads
Henning Silber, Johannes Breuer, Christoph Beuthner, Tobias Gummer, Florian Keusch, Pascal Siegers, Sebastian Stier and Bernd Weiß
When survey science met web tracking: Presenting an error framework for metered data pp. S408-S436 Downloads
Oriol J. Bosch and Melanie Revilla
Pictures instead of survey questions: An experimental investigation of the feasibility of using pictures in a housing survey pp. S437-S460 Downloads
Goran Ilic, Peter Lugtig, Barry Schouten, Maarten Streefkerk, Joris Mulder, Pradeep Kumar and Seyit Höcük
A diagnostic framework for the Bradley–Terry model pp. S461-S484 Downloads
Weichen Wu, Nynke Niezink and Brian Junker
Predictors of becoming not in education, employment or training: A dynamic comparison of the direct and indirect determinants pp. S485-S514 Downloads
Daniel Gladwell, Gurleen Popli and Aki Tsuchiya
Fertility, economic incentives and individual heterogeneity: Register data‐based evidence from France and Germany pp. S515-S546 Downloads
Cäcilia Lipowski, Ralf Wilke and Bertrand Koebel
COVID‐19 clinical footprint to infer about mortality pp. S547-S572 Downloads
Carlos E. Rodríguez and Ramsés H. Mena
When the ends do not justify the means: Learning who is predicted to have harmful indirect effects pp. S573-S589 Downloads
Kara E. Rudolph and Iván Díaz
Expectile regression for multi‐category outcomes with application to small area estimation of labour force participation pp. S590-S619 Downloads
James Dawber, Nicola Salvati, Enrico Fabrizi and Nikos Tzavidis
A probabilistic formalisation of contextual bias: From forensic analysis to systemic bias in the criminal justice system pp. S620-S643 Downloads
Maria Cuellar, Jacqueline Mauro and Amanda Luby
Bayesian spatio‐temporal modeling for the inpatient hospital costs of alcohol‐related disorders pp. S644-S667 Downloads
Zhen Yu, Keming Yu, Wolfgang Härdle, Xueliang Zhang, Kai Wang and Maozai Tian
A semi‐parametric approach to model‐based sensitivity analysis in observational studies pp. S668-S691 Downloads
Bo Zhang and Eric J. Tchetgen Tchetgen
Multivariate mixture model for small area estimation of poverty indicators pp. S724-S755 Downloads
Agne Bikauskaite, Isabel Molina and Domingo Morales
Sampling design and analysis pp. S756-S756 Downloads
June Elijah Simakani
Innovative methods for rare disease drug development pp. S757-S757 Downloads
Min‐Hua Jen
Probability, Choice and Reason pp. S758-S758 Downloads
Simon French
Handbook of multiple comparisons pp. S759-S759 Downloads
Amit K. Chowdhry
Review of ‘Object Oriented Data Analysis’ pp. S759-S760 Downloads
Arthur Pewsey
Random circulant matrices pp. S761-S762 Downloads
Richard H. Glendinning
Replication and evidence factors in observational studies pp. S762-S763 Downloads
Li‐Pang Chen
Protecting your privacy in a data‐driven world pp. S763-S764 Downloads
Stefan Stein
Bayesian Modeling and Computation in Python Learning pp. S764-S765 Downloads
Stanley E. Lazic
R for health data science pp. S765-S766 Downloads
Michael Greenacre
Introduction to High‐Dimensional Statistics pp. S767-S767 Downloads
Li‐Pang Chen
Project‐based R companion to introductory statistics pp. S768-S768 Downloads
Colin McNicholl
Martingale methods in statistics pp. S769-S769 Downloads
Li‐Pang Chen
Supervised Machine learning for text analysis in R pp. S770-S770 Downloads
James Todd
Linear regression models: Applications in R pp. S771-S771 Downloads
Md. Moyazzem Hossain
Security risk models for cyber insurance pp. S772-S772 Downloads
Morteza Aalabaf‐Sabaghi
Subjective well‐being and social media pp. S773-S773 Downloads
Dawn Holmes
Machine learning for knowledge discovery with R, Methodologies for Modeling, Inference and Prediction pp. S774-S774 Downloads
Amit K. Chowdhry
Handbook of survival analysis pp. S775-S775 Downloads
Morteza Aalabaf‐Sabaghi
Probability, statistics, and data: a fresh approach using R pp. S776-S777 Downloads
Shalabh
Handbook of regression analysis with applications in R (second edition) pp. S777-S778 Downloads
Anoop Chaturvedi
Artificial intelligence and causal inference pp. S778-S779 Downloads
Stanley E. Lazic
Rank‐based methods for shrinkage and selection: With application to machine learning pp. S779-S780 Downloads
Shalabh

Volume 185, issue S1, 2022

Introduction pp. S3-S4 Downloads
Peter J. Diggle and Sylvia Richardson
Are epidemic growth rates more informative than reproduction numbers? pp. S5-S15 Downloads
Kris V. Parag, Robin N. Thompson and Christl A. Donnelly
On the use of the reproduction number for SARS‐CoV‐2: Estimation, misinterpretations and relationships with other ecological measures pp. S16-S27 Downloads
Nicholas P. Jewell and Joseph A. Lewnard
Predicting epidemics and the impact of interventions in heterogeneous settings: Standard SEIR models are too pessimistic pp. S28-S35 Downloads
Luc E. Coffeng and Sake J. de Vlas
Justin Lessler and C. Jessica E. Metcalf’s invited discussion contribution to the papers in Session 1 of the Royal Statistical Society’s Special Topic Meeting on COVID‐19 Transmission: 9 June 2021 pp. S36-S38 Downloads
Justin Lessler and C. Jessica E. Metcalf
Philip D. O’Neill’s invited discussion contribution to the papers in Session 1 of the Royal Statistical Society’s Special Topic Meeting on Covid‐19 Transmission: 9 June 2021 pp. S39-S40 Downloads
Philip D. O’Neill
John Kingman’s invited discussion contribution to the papers in Session 1 of the Royal Statistical Society’s Special Topic Meeting on COVID‐19 Transmission: 9 June 2021 pp. S41-S43 Downloads
John Kingman
John Dagpunar's discussion contribution to papers in Session 1 of the Royal Statistical Society's Special Topic Meeting on COVID‐19 transmission: 9 June 2021 pp. S44-S46 Downloads
John Dagpunar
Peter J. Diggle’s discussion contribution to papers in Session 1 of the Royal Statistical Society’s Special Topic Meeting on COVID‐19 transmission: 9 June 2021 pp. S47-S48 Downloads
Peter J. Diggle
Lorenzo Pellis’ Discussion contribution to papers in Session 1 of the Royal Statistical Society’s Special Topic Meeting on COVID‐19 transmission: 9 June 2021 pp. S49-S50 Downloads
Lorenzo Pellis
Sylvia Richardson’s discussion contribution to papers in Session 1 of the Royal Statistical Society’s Special Topic Meeting on COVID‐19 transmission: 9 June 2021 pp. S51-S52 Downloads
Sylvia Richardson
Steven Riley’s discussion contribution to papers in Session 1 of the Royal Statistical Society’s Special Topic Meeting on COVID‐19 transmission: 9 June 2021 pp. S53-S54 Downloads
Steven Riley
Authors’ reply to the discussion of ‘Are epidemic growth rates more informative than reproduction numbers?’ by Parag et al. in Session 1 of the Royal Statistical Society’s Special Topic Meeting on COVID‐19 transmission: 9 June 2021 pp. S55-S60 Downloads
Kris V. Parag, Robin N. Thompson and Christl A. Donnelly
Authors’ reply to the discussion of ‘On the use of the reproduction number for SARS‐CoV‐2: Estimation, misinterpretations, and relationships with other ecological measures’ by Jewell & Lewnard in Session 1 of the Royal Statistical Society’s Special Topic Meeting on COVID‐19 transmission: 9 June 2021 pp. S61-S62 Downloads
Nicholas P. Jewell and Joseph A. Lewnard
Authors’ reply to the discussion of ‘Predicting epidemics and the impact of interventions in heterogeneous settings: standard SEIR models are too pessimistic’ by Coffeng & de Vlas in Session 1 of the Royal Statistical Society’s Special Topic Meeting on COVID‐19 transmission: 9 June 2021 pp. S63-S64 Downloads
Luc E. Coffeng and Sake J. de Vlas
Efficient Bayesian inference of instantaneous reproduction numbers at fine spatial scales, with an application to mapping and nowcasting the Covid‐19 epidemic in British local authorities pp. S65-S85 Downloads
Yee Whye Teh, Bryn Elesedy, Bobby He, Michael Hutchinson, Sheheryar Zaidi, Avishkar Bhoopchand, Ulrich Paquet, Nenad Tomasev, Jonathan Read and Peter J. Diggle
A COVID‐19 model for local authorities of the United Kingdom pp. S86-S95 Downloads
Swapnil Mishra, James A. Scott, Daniel J. Laydon, Harrison Zhu, Neil M. Ferguson, Samir Bhatt, Seth Flaxman and Axel Gandy
Gavin J. Gibson's invited discussion contribution to the papers in Session 2 of the Royal Statistical Society's Special Topic Meeting on Covid‐19 Transmission: 11 June 2021 pp. S96-S98 Downloads
Gavin J. Gibson
Guy Nason's invited discussion contribution to the papers in Session 2 of the Royal Statistical Society's Special Topic Meeting on Covid‐19 Transmission: 11 June 2021 pp. S99-S102 Downloads
Guy Nason
Sebastian Funk, Sam Abbott and Johannes Bracher's discussion contribution to the papers in Session 2 of the Royal Statistical Society's Special Topic Meeting on Covid‐19 Transmission: 11 June 2021 pp. S103-S104 Downloads
Sebastian Funk, Sam Abbott and Johannes Bracher
Christopher Jewell's discussion contribution to papers in Session 2 of the Royal Statistical Society's Special Topic Meeting on COVID‐19 transmission: 11 June 2021 pp. S105-S106 Downloads
Christopher Jewell
Authors' reply to the discussion of ‘Efficient Bayesian Inference of Instantaneous Reproduction Numbers at Fine Spatial Scales, with an Application to Mapping and Nowcasting the Covid‐19 Epidemic in British Local Authorities’ by Teh et al. in Session 2 of the Royal Statistical Society's Special Topic Meeting on COVID‐19 transmission: 11 June 2021 pp. S107-S109 Downloads
Yee Whye Teh, Bryn Elesedy, Bobby He, Michael Hutchinson, Sheheryar Zaidi, Avishkar Bhoopchand, Ulrich Paquet, Ne‐nad Tomasev, Jonathan Read and Peter J. Diggle
Authors' reply to the discussion of ‘A COVID‐19 Model for Local Authorities of the United Kingdom’ by Mishra et al. in Session 2 of the Royal Statistical Society's Special Topic Meeting on COVID‐19 transmission: 11 June 2021 pp. S110-S111 Downloads
Swapnil Mishra, James A. Scott, Daniel J. Laydon, Harrison Zhu, Neil M. Ferguson, Samir Bhatt, Seth Flaxman and Axel Gandy
Estimation of reproduction numbers in real time: Conceptual and statistical challenges pp. S112-S130 Downloads
Lorenzo Pellis, Paul J. Birrell, Joshua Blake, Christopher E. Overton, Francesca Scarabel, Helena B. Stage, Ellen Brooks‐Pollock, Leon Danon, Ian Hall, Thomas A. House, Matt J. Keeling, Jonathan M. Read, Consortium Juniper and Daniela De Angelis
Assessing the effect of school closures on the spread of COVID‐19 in Zurich pp. S131-S142 Downloads
Maria Bekker‐Nielsen Dunbar, Felix Hofmann, Leonhard Held and the SUSPend modelling Consortium
Adam Kucharski's invited discussion contribution to the papers in Session 3 of the Royal Statistical Society's Special Topic Meeting on Covid‐19 Transmission: 11 June 2021 pp. S143-S144 Downloads
Adam Kucharski
Gianpaolo Scalia Tomba's invited discussion contribution to the papers in Session 3 of the Royal Statistical Society's Special Topic Meeting on Covid‐19 Transmission: 11 June 2021 pp. S145-S146 Downloads
Gianpaolo Scalia Tomba
Peter J. Diggle's discussion contribution to the papers in Session 3 of the Royal Statistical Society's Special Topic Meeting on Covid‐19 Transmission: 11 June 2021 pp. S147-S147 Downloads
Peter J. Diggle
Steven Riley's discussion contribution to papers in Session 3 of the Royal Statistical Society's Special Topic Meeting on COVID‐19 transmission: 11 June 2021 pp. S148-S149 Downloads
Steven Riley
Jasmina Panovska‐Griffiths' discussion contribution to papers in Session 3 of the Royal Statistical Society's special topic meeting on COVID‐19 transmission: 11 June 2021 pp. S150-S151 Downloads
Jasmina Panovska‐Griffiths
Ian Reynold's discussion contribution to papers in Session 3 of the Royal Statistical Society's Special Topic Meeting on COVID‐19 transmission: 11 June 2021 pp. S152-S152 Downloads
Ian Reynolds
Authors' reply to the discussion of ‘Estimation of reproduction numbers in real time: conceptual and statistical challenges’ by Pellis et al. in Session 3 of the Royal Statistical Society's Special Topic Meeting on COVID‐19 transmission: 11 June 2021 pp. S153-S157 Downloads
Lorenzo Pellis, Paul J. Birrell, Joshua Blake, Ian Hall, Thomas A. House, Christopher E. Overton, Francesca Scarabel, Helena B. Stage and Daniela De Angelis
Session 3 of the RSS Special Topic Meeting on Covid‐19 Transmission: Replies to the discussion pp. S158-S164 Downloads
Maria Bekker‐Nielsen Dunbar, Felix Hofmann and Leonhard Held

Volume 185, issue 4, 2022

Statistics in times of increasing uncertainty pp. 1471-1496 Downloads
Sylvia Richardson
Proposal of the vote of thanks for ‘Statistics in times of increasing uncertainty’, Sylvia Richardson's Presidential Address pp. 1497-1498 Downloads
Deborah Ashby
Discussion of Presidential address: Statistics in times of increasing uncertainty by Sylvia Richardson pp. 1499-1500 Downloads
David Spiegelhalter
Preface to the Special Issue in memory of Fred Smith and Chris Skinner pp. 1501-1503 Downloads
Paul A. Smith and Peter W. F. Smith
Post‐strata based on sample quantiles pp. 1504-1521 Downloads
Wayne A. Fuller
Analysis of clustered survey data based on two‐stage informative sampling and associated two‐level models pp. 1522-1540 Downloads
Jae Kwang Kim, J.N.K. Rao and Yonghyun Kwon
Secure big data collection and processing: Framework, means and opportunities pp. 1541-1559 Downloads
Li‐Chun Zhang and Gustav Haraldsen
Estimating monthly labour force figures during the COVID‐19 pandemic in the Netherlands pp. 1560-1583 Downloads
Jan van den Brakel, Martijn Souren and Sabine Krieg
Weighting, informativeness and causal inference, with an application to rainfall enhancement pp. 1584-1612 Downloads
Ray Chambers, Setareh Ranjbar, Nicola Salvati and Barbara Pacini
Using saturated count models for user‐friendly synthesis of large confidential administrative databases pp. 1613-1643 Downloads
James Jackson, Robin Mitra, Brian Francis and Iain Dove
Measuring risk of re‐identification in microdata: State‐of‐the art and new directions pp. 1644-1662 Downloads
Natalie Shlomo and Chris Skinner
Fitting multivariate multilevel models under informative sampling pp. 1663-1678 Downloads
Pedro Luis do N. Silva and Fernando Antônio da S. Moura
Estimating regional income indicators under transformations and access to limited population auxiliary information pp. 1679-1706 Downloads
Nora Würz, Timo Schmid and Nikos Tzavidis
Single‐month unemployment rate estimates for the Brazilian Labour Force Survey using state‐space models pp. 1707-1732 Downloads
Caio Gonçalves, Luna Hidalgo, Denise Silva and Jan van den Brakel
Sample design for analysis using high‐influence probability sampling pp. 1733-1756 Downloads
Robert G. Clark and David G. Steel
Time series modelling of repeated survey data for estimation of finite population parameters pp. 1757-1777 Downloads
Danny Pfeffermann
Quantifying the economic response to COVID‐19 mitigations and death rates via forecasting purchasing managers' indices using generalised network autoregressive models with exogenous variables pp. 1778-1792 Downloads
Guy P. Nason and James L. Wei
Small data, big time—A retrospect of the first weeks of COVID‐19 pp. 1793-1814 Downloads
Qingyuan Zhao
Proposer of the vote of thanks and contribution to the Discussion of ‘Statistical Aspects of the Covid‐19 Pandemic’ pp. 1815-1816 Downloads
Ruth Studley
Seconder of the vote of thanks and contribution to the ‘First Discussion Meeting on Statistical Aspects of the Covid‐19 Pandemic’ pp. 1817-1819 Downloads
Sheila M. Bird
Tao Wang's contribution to the ‘First Discussion Meeting on Statistical Aspects of the Covid‐19 Pandemic’ pp. 1819-1821 Downloads
Tao Wang
Xiaoping Shi, Yue Zhang and Yucheng Dong's contribution to the ‘First Discussion Meeting on Statistical Aspects of the Covid‐19 Pandemic’ pp. 1821-1822 Downloads
Xiaoping Shi, Yue Zhang and Yucheng Dong
Christine P. Chai's contribution to the ‘First Discussion Meeting on Statistical Aspects of the Covid‐19 Pandemic’ pp. 1823-1824 Downloads
Christine P. Chai
Anna L. Choi and Tze Leung Lai's contribution to the ‘First Discussion Meeting on Statistical Aspects of the Covid‐19 Pandemic’ pp. 1824-1825 Downloads
Anna L. Choi
Alex R. Cook, Kwok Pui Choi and Weng Kee Wong's contribution to the ‘First Discussion Meeting on Statistical Aspects of the COVID‐19 Pandemic’ pp. 1826-1827 Downloads
Alex R. Cook, Kwok Pui Choi and Weng Kee Wong
Peter J. Diggle's contribution to the ‘First Discussion Meeting on Statistical Aspects of the Covid‐19 Pandemic’ pp. 1827-1828 Downloads
Peter J. Diggle
Alessio Farcomeni and Marco Geraci's contribution to the ‘First Discussion Meeting on Statistical Aspects of the Covid‐19 Pandemic’ pp. 1829-1830 Downloads
Alessio Farcomeni and Marco Geraci
Shuyi Ge, Oliver Linton and Shaoran Li's contribution to the ‘First Discussion Meeting on Statistical Aspects of the Covid‐19 Pandemic’ pp. 1831-1832 Downloads
Shuyi Ge, Oliver Linton and Shaoran Li
Kingsuk Jana, Lagnajita Basu and Kaushik Jana's contribution to the ‘First Discussion Meeting on Statistical Aspects of the Covid‐19 Pandemic’ pp. 1832-1833 Downloads
Kingsuk Jana, Lagnajita Basu and Kaushik Jana
Kuldeep Kumar's first contribution to the ‘First Discussion Meeting on Statistical Aspects of the Covid‐19 Pandemic’ pp. 1833-1834 Downloads
Kuldeep Kumar
Kuldeep Kumar's second contribution to the ‘First Discussion Meeting on Statistical Aspects of the Covid‐19 Pandemic’ pp. 1834-1835 Downloads
Kuldeep Kumar
Shaoran Li, Oliver Linton and Shuyi Ge's contribution to the ‘First Discussion Meeting on Statistical Aspects of the Covid‐19 Pandemic’ pp. 1836-1837 Downloads
Shaoran Li, Oliver Linton and Shuyi Ge
Jorge Mateu's first contribution to the ‘First Discussion Meeting on Statistical Aspects of the Covid‐19 Pandemic’ pp. 1838-1839 Downloads
Jorge Mateu
Jorge Mateu's second contribution to the ‘First Discussion Meeting on Statistical Aspects of the Covid‐19 Pandemic’ pp. 1839-1840 Downloads
Jorge Mateu
Garib Nath Singh's contribution to the ‘First Discussion Meeting on Statistical Aspects of the Covid‐19 Pandemic’ pp. 1840-1841 Downloads
Garib Nath Singh
Wei Zhong, Chuang Wan and Changliang Zou's contribution to the ‘First Discussion Meeting on Statistical Aspects of the Covid‐19 Pandemic’ pp. 1841-1843 Downloads
Wei Zhong, Chuang Wan and Changliang Zou
Nason and Wei's reply to the Discussion of ‘The First Discussion Meeting on Statistical Aspects of the Covid‐19 Pandemic’ pp. 1844-1846 Downloads
Guy P. Nason and James L. Wei
Zhao's reply to the Discussion of ‘The First Discussion Meeting on Statistical Aspects of the Covid‐19 Pandemic’ pp. 1846-1848 Downloads
Qingyuan Zhao
Jiang, Zhao and Shao's reply to the Discussion of ‘The First Discussion Meeting on Statistical Aspects of the Covid‐19 Pandemic’ pp. 1849-1854 Downloads
Feiyu Jiang, Zifeng Zhao and Xiaofeng Shao
Bayesian analysis of social influence pp. 1855-1881 Downloads
Johan Koskinen and Galina Daraganova
Adjusting misclassification using a second classifier with an external validation sample pp. 1882-1902 Downloads
Jonas F. Schenkel and Li‐Chun Zhang
Nearest neighbour ratio imputation with incomplete multinomial outcome in survey sampling pp. 1903-1930 Downloads
Chenyin Gao, Katherine Jenny Thompson, Jae Kwang Kim and Shu Yang
Using randomized rounding of linear programs to obtain unweighted natural strata that balance many covariates pp. 1931-1951 Downloads
Katherine Brumberg, Dylan S. Small and Paul R. Rosenbaum
Don't cross the line: Bounding the causal effect of hypergamy violation on domestic violence in India pp. 1952-1978 Downloads
Punarjit Roychowdhury and Gaurav Dhamija
Temporal and spatial Taylor's law: Application to Japanese subnational mortality rates pp. 1979-2006 Downloads
Yang Yang, Han Lin Shang and Joel E. Cohen
Modelling time to maximum competency in medical student progress tests pp. 2007-2034 Downloads
Daniel McNeish, Denis Dumas, Dario Torre and Neil Rice
Credit line exposure at default modelling using Bayesian mixed effect quantile regression pp. 2035-2072 Downloads
Jennifer Betz, Maximilian Nagl and Daniel Rösch
Poverty and inequality mapping based on a unit‐level log‐normal mixture model pp. 2073-2096 Downloads
Aldo Gardini, Enrico Fabrizi and Carlo Trivisano
A Bayesian hierarchical model with integrated covariate selection and misclassification matrices to estimate neonatal and child causes of death pp. 2097-2120 Downloads
Amy R. Mulick, Shefali Oza, David Prieto‐Merino, Francisco Villavicencio, Simon Cousens and Jamie Perin
Mapping ex ante risks of COVID‐19 in Indonesia using a Bayesian geostatistical model on airport network data pp. 2121-2155 Downloads
Jacqueline D. Seufert, Andre Python, Christoph Weisser, Elías Cisneros, Krisztina Kis‐Katos and Thomas Kneib
Optimising precision and power by machine learning in randomised trials with ordinal and time‐to‐event outcomes with an application to COVID‐19 pp. 2156-2178 Downloads
Nicholas Williams, Michael Rosenblum and Iván Díaz
Assessing epidemic curves for evidence of superspreading pp. 2179-2202 Downloads
Joe Meagher and Nial Friel
Sparse temporal disaggregation pp. 2203-2233 Downloads
Luke Mosley, Idris A. Eckley and Alex Gibberd
A Bayesian multivariate hierarchical growth curve model to examine cumulative socio‐economic (dis)advantage among childless adults and parents pp. 2234-2276 Downloads
Florianne C. J. Verkroost
Bill McLennan (1942–2022) pp. 2282-2284 Downloads
Dennis Trewin
A W (Freda) Kemp (1930–2022) pp. 2284-2285 Downloads
Richard Cormack
Pierre Dagnelie (1933–2022) pp. 2285-2286 Downloads
Geert Molenberghs
Iain David Currie (1946–2022) pp. 2287-2288 Downloads
Paul Eilers and Maria Durbàn
Barry Anthony John Quirke (1941–2022) pp. 2288-2289 Downloads
Tony Haws
Ole Eiler Barndorff‐Nielsen, 1935‐2022 pp. 2289-2291 Downloads
Steffen Lauritzen and Michael Sørensen
Norman Richard Draper (1931—2022) pp. 2292-2294 Downloads
Dennis K. J. Lin
Sir David Cox: 1924–2022 pp. 2295-2306 Downloads
Anthony C. Davison, Valerie S. Isham and Nancy M. Reid
Estimation of the combined effects of ageing and seasonality on mortality risk: An application to Spain pp. 2307-2309 Downloads
Jose M. Pavía and Josep Lledó

Volume 185, issue 3, 2022

A celebration of Harvey Goldstein’s lifetime contributions: Foreword pp. 747-748 Downloads
James R. Carpenter
A celebration of Harvey Goldstein’s lifetime contributions: Harvey Goldstein and his time at the Institute of Child Health pp. 748-752 Downloads
T. J. Cole
A celebration of Harvey Goldstein’s lifetime contributions: Memories of working with Harvey Goldstein on multilevel modelling methods and applications pp. 753-758 Downloads
William J. Browne
A celebration of Harvey Goldstein’s lifetime contributions: Memories of working with Harvey Goldstein on educational research and statistics pp. 758-762 Downloads
George Leckie
A celebration of Harvey Goldstein’s lifetime contributions: A journey in data linkage with Harvey Goldstein pp. 763-767 Downloads
Katie Harron
The future of online data collection in social surveys: Challenges, developments and applications pp. 768-772 Downloads
Olga Maslovskaya, Bella Struminskaya and Gabriele Durrant
From German Internet Panel to Mannheim Corona Study: Adaptable probability‐based online panel infrastructures during the pandemic pp. 773-797 Downloads
Carina Cornesse, Ulrich Krieger, Marie‐Lou Sohnius, Marina Fikel, Sabine Friedel, Tobias Rettig, Alexander Wenz, Sebastian Juhl, Roni Lehrer, Katja Möhring, Elias Naumann, Maximiliane Reifenscheid and Annelies G. Blom
Transitioning a panel survey from in‐person to predominantly web data collection: Results and lessons learned pp. 798-821 Downloads
Paul P. Biemer, Kathleen Mullan Harris, Brian J. Burke, Dan Liao and Carolyn Tucker Halpern
The impact of using the Web in a mixed‐mode follow‐up of a longitudinal birth cohort study: Evidence from the National Child Development Study pp. 822-850 Downloads
Alissa Goodman, Matt Brown, Richard J. Silverwood, Joseph W. Sakshaug, Lisa Calderwood, Joel Williams and George B. Ploubidis
Representativeness in six waves of CROss‐National Online Survey (CRONOS) panel pp. 851-871 Downloads
Olga Maslovskaya and Peter Lugtig
Innovating the collection of open‐ended answers: The linguistic and content characteristics of written and oral answers to political attitude questions pp. 872-890 Downloads
Konstantin Gavras, Jan Karem Höhne, Annelies G. Blom and Harald Schoen
Introducing Web in a mixed‐mode establishment survey: Effects on nonresponse pp. 891-915 Downloads
Patrick Gleiser, Joseph W. Sakshaug, Marieke Volkert, Peter Ellguth, Susanne Kohaut and Iris Möller
Using a responsive survey design to innovate self‐administered mixed‐mode surveys pp. 916-932 Downloads
Tobias Gummer, Pablo Christmann, Sascha Verhoeven and Christof Wolf
Switching from telephone to web‐first mixed‐mode data collection: Results from the Transition into Adulthood Supplement to the US Panel Study of Income Dynamics pp. 933-954 Downloads
Narayan Sastry and Katherine A. McGonagle
A new experiment on the use of images to answer web survey questions pp. 955-980 Downloads
Oriol J. Bosch, Melanie Revilla, Danish Daniel Qureshi and Jan Karem Höhne
Do previous survey experience and participating due to an incentive affect response quality? Evidence from the CRONOS panel pp. 981-1003 Downloads
Hannah Schwarz, Melanie Revilla and Bella Struminskaya
Density‐based clustering of social networks pp. 1004-1029 Downloads
Giovanna Menardi and Domenico De Stefano
Dynamic modelling of mortality via mixtures of skewed distribution functions pp. 1030-1048 Downloads
Emanuele Aliverti, Stefano Mazzuco and Bruno Scarpa
A multidimensional pairwise comparison model for heterogeneous perceptions with an application to modelling the perceived truthfulness of public statements on COVID‐19 pp. 1049-1073 Downloads
Qiushi Yu and Kevin M. Quinn
Transnational machine learning with screens for flagging bid‐rigging cartels pp. 1074-1114 Downloads
Martin Huber, David Imhof and Rieko Ishii
Estimating individual treatment effects using non‐parametric regression models: A review pp. 1115-1149 Downloads
Alberto Caron, Gianluca Baio and Ioanna Manolopoulou
Multivariate hierarchical analysis of car crashes data considering a spatial network lattice pp. 1150-1177 Downloads
Andrea Gilardi, Jorge Mateu, Riccardo Borgoni and Robin Lovelace
COVID‐19 severity: A new approach to quantifying global cases and deaths pp. 1178-1215 Downloads
Daniel Millimet and Christopher Parmeter
Regression discontinuity designs for time‐to‐event outcomes: An approach using accelerated failure time models pp. 1216-1246 Downloads
Mariam O. Adeleke, Gianluca Baio and Aidan G. O'Keeffe
A modelling strategy to estimate conditional probabilities of African origins: The collapse of the Oyo Empire and the transatlantic slave trade, 1817–1836 pp. 1247-1270 Downloads
Ashton Wiens, Henry B. Lovejoy, Zachary Mullen and Eric A. Vance
Accounting for spatial confounding in epidemiological studies with individual‐level exposures: An exposure‐penalized spline approach pp. 1271-1293 Downloads
Jennifer F. Bobb, Maricela F. Cruz, Stephen J. Mooney, Adam Drewnowski, David Arterburn and Andrea J. Cook
The Helsinki bike‐sharing system—Insights gained from a spatiotemporal functional model pp. 1294-1318 Downloads
Andreas Piter, Philipp Otto and Hamza Alkhatib
The effect of epidemic outbreak on healthcare usage: Lessons from the 2015 Middle East respiratory syndrome outbreak in South Korea pp. 1319-1343 Downloads
Jinhwan Park, Duk Bin Jun and Sungho Park
Life‐course perspective on personality traits and fertility with sequence analysis pp. 1344-1369 Downloads
Letizia Mencarini, Raffaella Piccarreta and Marco Le Moglie
Does stop and search reduce crime? Evidence from street‐level data and a surge in operations following a high‐profile crime pp. 1370-1397 Downloads
Nils Braakmann
An one‐factor copula mixed model for joint meta‐analysis of multiple diagnostic tests pp. 1398-1423 Downloads
Aristidis K. Nikoloulopoulos
Nonlinear modal regression for dependent data with application for predicting COVID‐19 pp. 1424-1453 Downloads
Aman Ullah, Tao Wang and Weixin Yao
G. Barrie Wetherill (1932–2022) pp. 1454-1455 Downloads
Shirley Coleman
Niels Keiding (1944–2022) pp. 1456-1457 Downloads
Per Kragh Andersen
Statistical issues in drug development pp. 1459-1459 Downloads
Amit K. Chowdhry
Statistical learning for big dependent data pp. 1460-1460 Downloads
María Dolores Ugarte
Practical statistics for nursing and health care pp. 1461-1461 Downloads
Md. Moyazzem Hossain
Speaking against number: Heidegger, language and the politics of calculation pp. 1462-1462 Downloads
Dawn Holmes
Statistical thinking from scratch: A primer for scientists pp. 1463-1463 Downloads
Peter Cahusac
Explanatory model analysis: Explore, explain, and examine predictive models pp. 1464-1464 Downloads
Simon French
Correction of Billé and Rogna (2021) pp. 1465-1468 Downloads
Anna Gloria Billé and Marco Rogna

Volume 185, issue 2, 2022

A decision support system for addressing food security in the United Kingdom pp. 447-470 Downloads
Martine J. Barons, Thais C. O. Fonseca, Andy Davis and Jim Q. Smith
Estimation of the combined effects of ageing and seasonality on mortality risk: An application to Spain pp. 471-497 Downloads
Jose M. Pavía and Josep Lledó
Quantifying domestic violence in times of crisis: An internet search activity‐based measure for the COVID‐19 pandemic pp. 498-518 Downloads
Dan Anderberg, Helmut Rainer and Fabian Siuda
Pairwise comparisons as a scale development tool for composite measures pp. 519-542 Downloads
Ginevra Floridi and Benjamin E. Lauderdale
Asymptotic theory of principal component analysis for time series data with cautionary comments pp. 543-565 Downloads
Xinyu Zhang and Howell Tong
Comparing the real‐world performance of exponential‐family random graph models and latent order logistic models for social network analysis pp. 566-587 Downloads
Duncan A. Clark and Mark S. Handcock
Closer than they appear: A Bayesian perspective on individual‐level heterogeneity in risk assessment pp. 588-614 Downloads
Kristian Lum, David B. Dunson and James Johndrow
A dynamic choice model to estimate the user cost of crowding with large‐scale transit data pp. 615-639 Downloads
Prateek Bansal, Daniel Hörcher and Daniel J. Graham
On the reliability of multiple systems estimation for the quantification of modern slavery pp. 640-676 Downloads
Olivier Binette and Rebecca C. Steorts
A unique bond: Twin bereavement and lifespan associations of identical and fraternal twins pp. 677-698 Downloads
Gerard J. van den Berg and Bettina Drepper
Power law in COVID‐19 cases in China pp. 699-719 Downloads
Behzod B. Ahundjanov, Sherzod Akhundjanov and Botir B. Okhunjanov
Philip M. North 1949–2021 pp. 720-721 Downloads
Byron J. T. Morgan
Derek Richard Robinson 1947–2021 pp. 722-723 Downloads
Charles M. Goldie
Analytic Methods in Sports – Using Mathematics and Statistics to Understand Data from Baseball, Football, Basketball, and Other pp. 724-724 Downloads
Stan Yip
Signal Detection for Medical Scientists: Likelihood Ratio Based Test‐Based Methodology pp. 725-726 Downloads
Anoop Chaturvedi
Beyond Multiple Linear Regression: Applied Generalized Linear Models and Multilevel Models in R pp. 726-727 Downloads
Emily Eyles
Applied univariate, bivariate, and multivariate statistics: Understanding statistics for social and natural scientists, with applications in SPSS and R pp. 727-728 Downloads
Md. Moyazzem Hossain
Book review of Applied Meta‐Analysis with R and Stata pp. 728-729 Downloads
Amit K. Chowdhry
Bayesian analysis of infectious diseases: COVID‐19 and beyond pp. 729-730 Downloads
Li‐Pang Chen
Statistical and econometric methods for transportation data analysis pp. 731-731 Downloads
Paul Hewson
Analyzing spatial models of choice and judgment pp. 732-733 Downloads
Anoop Chaturvedi
Introduction to data science: Data analysis and prediction algorithms with R pp. 733-734 Downloads
Li‐Pang Chen
Monitoring the health of populations by tracking disease outbreaks: Saving Humanity from the Next Plague pp. 734-735 Downloads
Catherine L. Saunders
Modern data science with R pp. 735-736 Downloads
Shalabh
Univariate, bivariate and multivariate statistics using R: Quantitative tools for data analysis and data science pp. 736-737 Downloads
Shalabh
Meta‐analysis methods for health and experimental studies pp. 737-738 Downloads
A.K. Md. Ehsanes Saleh
The uncounted pp. 739-739 Downloads
Thomas King
Review of ‘A Computational Approach to Statistical Learning’ pp. 740-741 Downloads
Mark P. Little
Cure models: Methods, applications and implementation pp. 741-742 Downloads
Ash Bullement
Theory of ridge regression estimation with applications pp. 742-743 Downloads
Shalabh
Statistical regression modeling with R pp. 743-744 Downloads
Md. Moyazzem Hossain

Volume 185, issue 1, 2022

The effect of weather conditions on fertilizer applications: A spatial dynamic panel data analysis pp. 3-36 Downloads
Anna Gloria Billé and Marco Rogna
Pre‐apprenticeship training for young people: Estimating the marginal and average treatment effects pp. 37-60 Downloads
Richard Dorsett and Lucy Stokes
Analysing cause‐specific mortality trends using compositional functional data analysis pp. 61-83 Downloads
Marco Stefanucci and Stefano Mazzuco
An ensemble method for early prediction of dengue outbreak pp. 84-101 Downloads
Soudeep Deb and Sougata Deb
Improved retention analysis in freemium role‐playing games by jointly modelling players’ motivation, progression and churn pp. 102-133 Downloads
Bikram Karmakar, Peng Liu, Gourab Mukherjee, Hai Che and Shantanu Dutta
Estimating stochastic survey response errors using the multitrait‐multierror model pp. 134-155 Downloads
Alexandru Cernat and Daniel L. Oberski
Multiple system estimation using covariates having missing values and measurement error: Estimating the size of the Māori population in New Zealand pp. 156-177 Downloads
Peter G. M. van der Heijden, Maarten Cruyff, Paul A. Smith, Christine Bycroft, Patrick Graham and Nathaniel Matheson‐Dunning
Econometric modelling of carbon dioxide emissions and concentrations, ambient temperatures and ocean deoxygenation pp. 178-201 Downloads
Alok Bhargava
A downscaling approach to compare COVID‐19 count data from databases aggregated at different spatial scales pp. 202-218 Downloads
Andre Python, Andreas Bender, Marta Blangiardo, Janine B. Illian, Ying Lin, Baoli Liu, Tim C.D. Lucas, Siwei Tan, Yingying Wen, Davit Svanidze and Jianwei Yin
A new approach to the gender pay gap decomposition by economic activity pp. 219-245 Downloads
María José Lombardía, Esther López‐Vizcaíno and Cristina Rueda
A hidden Markov space–time model for mapping the dynamics of global access to food pp. 246-266 Downloads
Francesco Bartolucci and Alessio Farcomeni
Testing for calibration discrepancy of reported likelihood ratios in forensic science pp. 267-301 Downloads
Jan Hannig and Hari Iyer
Assessing hail risk for property insurers with a dependent marked point process pp. 302-328 Downloads
Peng Shi, Glenn M. Fung and Daniel Dickinson
Trustworthiness of statistical inference pp. 329-347 Downloads
David J. Hand
Using maximum simulated likelihood methods to overcome left censoring: Dynamic event history models of heart attack risk in New Zealand pp. 348-376 Downloads
Sanghyeok Lee and Tue Gørgens
Telescope matching for reducing model dependence in the estimation of the effects of time‐varying treatments: An application to negative advertising pp. 377-399 Downloads
Matthew Blackwell and Anton Strezhnev
On the interplay of regional mobility, social connectedness and the spread of COVID‐19 in Germany pp. 400-424 Downloads
Cornelius Fritz and Göran Kauermann
Medical Risk Prediction Models: With Ties to Machine Learning pp. 425-425 Downloads
Stanley E. Lazic
Statistical Rethinking: A Bayesian Course with Examples in R and Stan pp. 426-427 Downloads
Nathan Green
Review of statistics and the evaluation of evidence for forensic scientists pp. 428-429 Downloads
David Banks
Evidence‐based statistics: An introduction to the evidential approach—from likelihood principle to statistical practice pp. 430-430 Downloads
Zoltan Dienes
Measuring abundance pp. 431-431 Downloads
Kuldeep Kumar
Statistical Analysis of Financial Data: with Examples In R pp. 432-433 Downloads
Massimiliano Caporin
Peter Whittle, 1927–2021 pp. 434-437 Downloads
Frank Kelly
Richard Parry‐Jones 1951‐2021 pp. 438-440 Downloads
Tim Davis
John Michael (Mike) Haslam 1947–2021 pp. 441-442 Downloads
Peter Capell
Corrigendum: Generalizing evidence from randomized trials using inverse probability of sampling weights pp. 443-444 Downloads
Ashley L. Buchanan and Michael G. Hudgens
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