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Volume 6, issue 1, 2019

Bayesian Estimation of MSM Population Size in Côte d’Ivoire pp. 1-13 Downloads
Abhirup Datta, Wenyi Lin, Amrita Rao, Daouda Diouf, Abo Kouame, Jessie K. Edwards, Le Bao, Thomas A. Louis and Stefan Baral
Global Zoning and Exchangeability of Field Trial Residues Between Zones: Are There Systematic Differences in Pesticide Residues Across Geographies? pp. 14-23 Downloads
James Nguyen, Carmen Tiu, Jane Stewart and David Miller
Patterns of Pediatric Cancers in Florida: 2000–2015 pp. 24-35 Downloads
Raid W. Amin, Alexander Bohnert and David Banks
EPA is Mandating the Normal Distribution pp. 36-43 Downloads
Steven P. Millard
Understanding Significance Tests From a Non-Mixing Markov Chain for Partisan Gerrymandering Claims pp. 44-49 Downloads
Wendy K. Tam Cho and Simon Rubinstein-Salzedo
Understanding Our Markov Chain Significance Test: A Reply to Cho and Rubinstein-Salzedo pp. 50-53 Downloads
Maria Chikina, Alan Frieze and Wesley Pegden
Rejoinder to “Understanding our Markov Chain Significance Test†pp. 54-54 Downloads
Wendy K. Tam Cho and Simon Rubinstein-Salzedo
A Bayesian Difference-in-Difference Framework for the Impact of Primary Care Redesign on Diabetes Outcomes pp. 55-66 Downloads
James Normington, Eric Lock, Caroline Carlin, Kevin Peterson and Bradley Carlin
Statistics, Probability, and a Failed Conservation Policy pp. 67-79 Downloads
Michael D. Collins
Classifying Hate Speech Using a Two-Layer Model pp. 80-86 Downloads
Yiwen Tang and Nicole Dalzell
An Alternative to the Carnegie Classifications: Identifying Similar Doctoral Institutions With Structural Equation Models and Clustering pp. 87-97 Downloads
Paul Harmon, Sarah McKnight, Laura Hildreth, Ian Godwin and Mark Greenwood
Cost-Benefit Analysis of Discretionary Wars pp. 98-106 Downloads
Diane Hu, Andrew Cooper, Neel Desai, Sophie Guo, Steven Shi and David Banks
Discretionary Wars, Cost-Benefit Analysis, and the Rashomon Effect: Searching for an Analytical Engine for Avoiding War pp. 107-121 Downloads
Jonathan Ratner
Response to “Discretionary Wars, Cost-Benefit Analysis, and the Rashomon Effect†pp. 122-123 Downloads
David Banks
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