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1952 - 2021

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Volume 54, issue 5, 2005

Near‐optimal designs for dual channel microarray studies pp. 817-830 Downloads
Ernst Wit, Agostino Nobile and Raya Khanin
Correlating two continuous variables subject to detection limits in the context of mixture distributions pp. 831-845 Downloads
Haitao Chu, Lawrence H. Moulton, Wendy J. Mack, Douglas J. Passaro, Paulo F. Barroso and Alvaro Muñoz
Analysis of familial aggregation in the presence of varying family sizes pp. 847-862 Downloads
Abigail G. Matthews, Dianne M. Finkelstein and Rebecca A. Betensky
The neglog transformation and quantile regression for the analysis of a large credit scoring database pp. 863-878 Downloads
Joe Whittaker, Chris Whitehead and Mark Somers
Estimating utilities from individual health preference data: a nonparametric Bayesian method pp. 879-895 Downloads
Samer A. Kharroubi, Anthony O'Hagan and John Brazier
Predicting future discoveries of European marine species by using a non‐homogeneous renewal process pp. 897-918 Downloads
Simon P. Wilson and Mark J. Costello
Bayesian model selection for join point regression with application to age‐adjusted cancer rates pp. 919-939 Downloads
Ram C. Tiwari, Kathleen A. Cronin, William Davis, Eric J. Feuer, Binbing Yu and Siddhartha Chib
Statistics for weighing benefits and harms in a proposed genetic substudy of a randomized cancer prevention trial pp. 941-954 Downloads
Stuart G. Baker and Barnett S. Kramer
Corrigendum: Designing fractional factorial split‐plot experiments with few whole‐plot factors pp. 955-958 Downloads
D. R. Bingham, E. D. Schoen and R. R. Sitter
Corrigendum: Obtaining cancer risk factor prevalence estimates in small areas: combining data from two surveys pp. 958-958 Downloads
Michael R. Elliott and William W. Davis

Volume 54, issue 4, 2005

Multivariate tests comparing binomial probabilities, with application to safety studies for drugs pp. 691-706 Downloads
Alan Agresti and Bernhard Klingenberg
Modelling longitudinal semicontinuous emesis volume data with serial correlation in an acupuncture clinical trial pp. 707-720 Downloads
Paul S. Albert and Joannie Shen
Nonparametric maximum likelihood estimation of population size based on the counting distribution pp. 721-737 Downloads
Dankmar Böhning and Dieter Schön
A multistate approach for estimating the incidence of human immunodeficiency virus by using data from a prevalent cohort study pp. 739-752 Downloads
Ahmadou Alioum, Daniel Commenges, Rodolphe Thiébaut, François Dabis and the Groupe d'Epidémiologie Clinique du Syndrome d'Immunodéficience Acquise en Aquitaine
Differentiating noisy radiocommunications signals: wavelet estimation of a derivative in the presence of heteroscedastic noise pp. 753-767 Downloads
Paul D. Baxter and Graham J. G. Upton
A robust regression model for a first‐order autoregressive time series with unequal spacing: application to water monitoring pp. 769-780 Downloads
E. Andrés Houseman
Probabilistic feature analysis of facial perception of emotions pp. 781-793 Downloads
Michel Meulders, Paul De Boeck, Iven Van Mechelen and Andrew Gelman
Analysing the independence hypothesis in models for rare errors: an application to auditing pp. 795-804 Downloads
M. Martel‐Escobar, F. J. Vázquez‐Polo and A. Hernández‐Bastida
Radiocarbon peat chronologies and environmental change pp. 805-816 Downloads
Maarten Blaauw and J. Andrés Christen

Volume 54, issue 3, 2005

Bayesian analysis of single‐molecule experimental data pp. 469-506 Downloads
S. C. Kou, X. Sunney Xie and Jun S. Liu
Generalized additive models for location, scale and shape pp. 507-554 Downloads
R. A. Rigby and D. M. Stasinopoulos
Modelling association between two irregularly observed spatiotemporal processes by using maximum covariance analysis pp. 555-573 Downloads
A. Salim, Y. Pawitan and K. Bond
Discrete time modelling of disease incidence time series by using Markov chain Monte Carlo methods pp. 575-594 Downloads
Alexander Morton and Bärbel F. Finkenstädt
Obtaining cancer risk factor prevalence estimates in small areas: combining data from two surveys pp. 595-609 Downloads
Michael R. Elliott and William W. Davis
A nonparametric Bayesian model for inference in related longitudinal studies pp. 611-626 Downloads
Peter Müller, Gary L. Rosner, Maria De Iorio and Steven MacEachern
A Bayesian mixture model for differential gene expression pp. 627-644 Downloads
Kim‐Anh Do, Peter Müller and Feng Tang
Nonparametric estimation of spatial segregation in a multivariate point process: bovine tuberculosis in Cornwall, UK pp. 645-658 Downloads
Peter Diggle, Pingping Zheng and Peter Durr
Semiparametric estimation of the duration of immunity from infectious disease time series: influenza as a case‐study pp. 659-672 Downloads
Yingcun Xia, Julia R. Gog and Bryan T. Grenfell
Non‐stationary spatiotemporal analysis of karst water levels pp. 673-690 Downloads
I. L. Dryden, L. Márkus, C. C. Taylor and J. Kovács

Volume 54, issue 2, 2005

A threshold autoregressive model for wholesale electricity prices pp. 287-299 Downloads
B. Ricky Rambharat, Anthony E. Brockwell and Duane J. Seppi
A joint model for longitudinal data profiles and associated event risks with application to a depression study pp. 301-316 Downloads
F. DuBois Bowman and Amita K. Manatunga
Nonparametric estimation of the hazard function by using a model selection method: estimation of cancer deaths in Hiroshima atomic bomb survivors pp. 317-331 Downloads
M. L. Martin‐Magniette
Estimating stellar‐oscillation‐related parameters and their uncertainties with the moment method pp. 333-348 Downloads
Joris De Ridder, Geert Molenberghs and Conny Aerts
Inference in disease transmission experiments by using stochastic epidemic models pp. 349-366 Downloads
Michael Höhle, Erik Jørgensen and Philip D. O'Neill
Simple heterogeneity variance estimation for meta‐analysis pp. 367-384 Downloads
Kurex Sidik and Jeffrey N. Jonkman
A model of toxoplasmosis incidence in the UK: evidence synthesis and consistency of evidence pp. 385-404 Downloads
N. J. Welton and A. E. Ades
Bivariate modelling of longitudinal measurements of two human immunodeficiency type 1 disease progression markers in the presence of informative drop‐outs pp. 405-423 Downloads
N. Pantazis, G. Touloumi, A. S. Walker and A. G. Babiker
Hierarchical modelling of orthopaedic hip replacement damage accumulation and reliability pp. 425-441 Downloads
Simon P. Wilson
Design and analysis of variable fidelity experimentation applied to engine valve heat treatment process design pp. 443-463 Downloads
Deng Huang and Theodore T. Allen
Corrigendum: Data analytic methods for latent partially ordered classification models pp. 465-467 Downloads
Curtis Tatsuoka

Volume 54, issue 1, 2005

Modelling species diversity through species level hierarchical modelling pp. 1-20 Downloads
Alan E. Gelfand, Alexandra M. Schmidt, Shanshan Wu, John A. Silander, Andrew Latimer and Anthony G. Rebelo
Assessing interaction effects in linear measurement error models pp. 21-30 Downloads
Li‐Shan Huang, Hongkun Wang and Christopher Cox
Mixture model on the variance for the differential analysis of gene expression data pp. 31-50 Downloads
Paul Delmar, Stéphane Robin, Diana Tronik‐Le Roux and Jean Jacques Daudin
A survival‐adjusted quantal response test for comparing tumour incidence rates pp. 51-61 Downloads
Shyamal D. Peddada, Gregg E. Dinse and Joseph K. Haseman
Limits of quantitation for laboratory assays pp. 63-76 Downloads
Christopher Cox
A Bayesian ordinal logistic regression model to correct for interobserver measurement error in a geographical oral health study pp. 77-93 Downloads
Samuel M. Mwalili, Emmanuel Lesaffre and Dominique Declerck
Nonparametric estimation of a change in defect intensity pp. 95-114 Downloads
D. Denteneer and M. S. Keane
An individual measure of relative survival pp. 115-126 Downloads
Janez Stare, Robin Henderson and Maja Pohar
A useful distribution for fitting discrete data: revival of the Conway–Maxwell–Poisson distribution pp. 127-142 Downloads
Galit Shmueli, Thomas P. Minka, Joseph B. Kadane, Sharad Borle and Peter Boatwright
A modified false discovery rate multiple‐comparisons procedure for discrete data, applied to human immunodeficiency virus genetics pp. 143-158 Downloads
Peter B. Gilbert
Bayesian methods for the cross‐design synthesis of epidemiological and toxicological evidence pp. 159-172 Downloads
Jaime L. Peters, Lesley Rushton, Alex J. Sutton, David R. Jones, Keith R. Abrams and Moira A. Mugglestone
Assessing accuracy of a continuous screening test in the presence of verification bias pp. 173-190 Downloads
Todd A. Alonzo and Margaret Sullivan Pepe
A hierarchical Bayesian model for predicting the functional consequences of amino‐acid polymorphisms pp. 191-206 Downloads
Claudio J. Verzilli, John C. Whittaker, Nigel Stallard and Daniel Chasman
Generalized additive modelling of sample extremes pp. 207-222 Downloads
V. Chavez‐Demoulin and A. C. Davison
A Bayesian kriged Kalman model for short‐term forecasting of air pollution levels pp. 223-244 Downloads
Sujit K. Sahu and Kanti V. Mardia
Low dose risk estimation via simultaneous statistical inferences pp. 245-258 Downloads
Walter W. Piegorsch, R. Webster West, Wei Pan and Ralph L. Kodell
A unified model for covariate measurement error adjustment in an occupational health study while accounting for non‐detectable exposures pp. 259-271 Downloads
Kathleen A. Wannemuehler and Robert H. Lyles
Disease resistance modelled as first‐passage times of genetically dependent stochastic processes pp. 273-285 Downloads
S. Sæbø, T. Almøy and A. H. Aastveit
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