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28 Sun, 8/3/2014, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-251
Analysis of Count Data — Contributed Papers
Biometrics Section
Chair(s): Nikon Kaciroti, University of Michigan   
2:05 PM Effects of Ignoring Truncation in Poisson Count Models Abdalhalim Suaiee, University of Zawia ; Trent L. Lalonde, University of Northern Colorado
2:20 PM Beyond the Group-Level Analysis: a Flexible Mixed Effect Negative Binomial Regression Model for Detecting Unusual Increases in MRI Lesion Counts in Multiple Sclerosis Patient Yumi Kondo, University of British Columbia ; Yinshan Zhao, University of British Columbia ; Albert John Petkau, University of British Columbia
2:35 PM Model Comparisons for Correlated Count Responses with Excess Zeros and Time-Dependent Covariates Trent L. Lalonde, University of Northern Colorado
2:50 PM Poisson Modeling for LOD Assessment for BCRABL Testing Zhonggai Li, Novartis ; Brian Mullaney, Novartis
3:20 PM Confidence Intervals for the Odds Ratio Estimated from Count Models Christopher Sroka, Battelle ; Haikady Nagaraja, Ohio State University
3:35 PM Modeling Distal Scalar Response with Zero-Inflated Count Longitudinal Covariates Hanyu Yang, Penn State ; Runze Li, Penn State ; Anne Buu, University of Michigan ; Robert A. Zucker, University of Michigan

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