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A Shared Spatial Model for Multivariate Extreme-Valued Binary Data with Non-Random Missingness

Xiaoyue Zhao, Lin Zhang and Dipankar Bandyopadhyay ()
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Xiaoyue Zhao: Amgen Inc.
Lin Zhang: University of Minnesota – Twin Cities
Dipankar Bandyopadhyay: Virginia Commonwealth University

Sankhya B: The Indian Journal of Statistics, 2021, vol. 83, issue 2, No 3, 374-396

Abstract: Abstract Clinical studies and trials on periodontal disease (PD) generate a large volume of data collected at various tooth locations of a subject. However, they present a number of statistical complexities. When our focus is on understanding the extent of extreme PD progression, standard analysis under a generalized linear mixed model framework with a symmetric (logit) link may be inappropriate, as the binary split (extreme disease versus not) maybe highly skewed. In addition, PD progression is often hypothesized to be spatially-referenced, i.e. proximal teeth may have a similar PD status than those that are distally located. Furthermore, a non-ignorable quantity of missing data is observed, and the missingness is non-random, as it informs the periodontal health status of the subject. In this paper, we address all the above concerns through a shared (spatial) latent factor model, where the latent factor jointly models the extreme binary responses via a generalized extreme value regression, and the non-randomly missing teeth via a probit regression. Our approach is Bayesian, and the inferential framework is powered by within-Gibbs Hamiltonian Monte Carlo techniques. Through simulation studies and application to a real dataset on PD, we demonstrate the potential advantages of our model in terms of model fit, and obtaining precise parameter estimates over alternatives that do not consider the aforementioned complexities.

Keywords: Generalized extreme value; Hamiltonian Monte Carlo; latent variable; Non-random missingness; Periodontal disease; Spatial.; Primary 62F15; Secondary 62G32 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2021
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