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Re: st: GEE
Here's a couple of references comparing GEE and other approaches to
repeated measurements. One relating to binary outcomes:
Hu FB, Goldberg J, Hedeker D, Flay BR, Pentz MA. Comparison of
population-averaged and subject-specific approaches for analyzing repeated
binary outcomes. Am.J.Epidemiol. 1998;147:694-703.
And another on continuous outcomes:
Omar RZ, Wright EM, Turner RM, Thompson SG. Analysing repeated
measurements data: a practical comparison of methods. Stat Med
There's also a brief overview of GEE in general on p366-370 of:
Kirkwood BR, Sterne JAC. Essential Medical Statistics. Oxford: Blackwell,
--On 04 July 2006 10:02 -0300 Fernando Augusto Proietti
this is not a Stata question. However, I would be grateful if someone
could indicate reference(s) on Generalized Estimating Equations (GEE),
readable and that may be understood by an epidemiologist with some
background in Biostatistics.
Thanks in advance.
Fernando A Proietti
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