JSM 2011 Online Program

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Activity Details

344 Tue, 8/2/2011, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-D241
Statistical Methods for Analyzing Categorical Data — Contributed Papers
Biometrics Section , Section on Health Policy Statistics , Section for Statistical Programmers and Analysts , Section on Statistical Consulting
Chair(s): Alisa Jane Stephens, Harvard School of Public Health
10:35 AM Determining Informative Cutpoints When Dichotomizing Data from the Northwestern University Spore in Prostate Cancer Irene Helenowski, Northwestern University ; Timothy Kuzel, Northwestern University ; Borko Jovanovic, Northwestern University ; Aishwarya Parameswaran , Northwestern University
10:50 AM A Comparison of Methods for Finding the Upper Confidence Limit for a Binomial Proportion When Zero Successes Are Observed — Courtney McCracken, Georgia Health Sciences University ; Stephen Looney, Georgia Health Sciences University
11:05 AM A Linear Approximation Method for Parameter Estimation in Probit Regression — Haoyu Wang, University of California at Riverside ; Subir Ghosh, University of California at Riverside
11:20 AM Existence of Maximum Likelihood Estimates in Categorical Regression Models Tezcan Ozrazgat Baslanti, University of Florida ; Michael Daniels, University of Florida ; Alan Agresti, University of Florida
11:35 AM Classifying Time-Dependent Covariates in Modeling Correlated Data Jeffrey Wilson, Arizona State University ; Anh Nguyen, Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center
11:50 AM Double, Double: Exploiting Duality to Model Dispersion Michael T. Anderson, The University of Texas at San Antonio
12:05 PM Floor Discussion

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