SUDAAN Articles

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Estimating Model-Adjusted Risks, Risk Differences, and Risk Ratios From Complex Survey Data
Gayle S. Bieler, G. Gordon Brown, Rick L. Williams, and Donna J. Brogan
2010, AM J Epidemiology 2010; 171: 618-623.
A copy of the article is available in PDF format.

A Note on Robust Variance Estimation for Cluster-Correlated Data
Rick L. Williams
2000, Biometrics, 56, 645-646.
A copy of the article is available in PDF format.

Analyzing Repeated Measures and Cluster-Correlated Data Using SUDAAN Release 7.5
G. S. Bieler and R. L. Williams
Prepared for the Joint Statistical Meetings Continuing Education Workshop (August 1997)
A copy of the presentation is available in PDF format.

Analyzing Survey Data Using SUDAAN Release 7.5
G. S. Bieler and R. L. Williams
Prepared for the Joint Statistical Meetings Continuing Education Workshop (August 1997)
A copy of the presentation is available in PDF format.

Application of the SUDAAN Software Package to Clustered Data Problems: Pharmaceutical Research
G. S. Bieler and R. L. Williams
Presented to the US FDA (February and June 1996), to the New Jersey Chapter of the ASA, and at the 1996 Joint Statistical Meetings, Chicago IL.
(abstract) A copy of the presentation is available in PDF format.

Accounting for Cluster Randomization: A Review of Primary Prevention Trials, 1990 through 1993
Judy M. Simpson, Ph.D., Neill Klar, Ph.D., Allan Donner, Ph.D.
American Journal of Public Health, 1995; 1378-1383.
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Cluster Sampling Techniques in Quantal Response Teratology and Developmental Toxicity Studies
Gayle S. Bieler and Rick L. Williams
Contact: Gayle S. Bieler, Research Triangle Institute,
P. O. Box 12194, Research Triangle Park, NC 27709
Keywords: clustered binary data, Taylor series variance, dose response, toxicology
1995, Biometrics, 51, 764-776
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Analysis of Repeated Measures Studies with Multiple Regression Methods for Sample Survey Data
Lisa M. LaVange and Gary G. Koch
1994, Presented at the Drug Information Association Annual Meeting
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Application of Sample Survey Methods for Modeling Ratios to Incidence Data
Lisa M. LaVange, Gary G. Koch, Lynette L. Keyes, and P. A. Margolis
Keywords: Incidence density analysis, weighted least squares, adverse event associations.
1994, Statistics in Medicine,13, 343-355.
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Regression Analysis with Clustered Data: Applications of Survey Methodology
B. I. Graubard and E. L. Korn
Contact: B. I. Graubard, National Cancer Institute, 6130 Executive Boulevard, Bethesda, MD 20892
Keywords: Population average, cluster specific, logistic regression.
1994, Statistics in Medicine,13, 509-522
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Statistical Evaluation of Relationships between Analgesic Dose and Ordered Ratings of Pain Relief over an Eight-Hour Period
S. A. Gansky, G. G. Koch, and J. Wilson
Keywords: Longitudinal design, relative potency, weighted least squares, ordinal response, multivariate analysis, marginal models.
1994, Journal of Biopharmaceutical Statistics, 4(2), 233-265.
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Alternative Methods for Analyzing Clustered Binary Data in Ophthalmological Studies
A. Russell Localio, J. Richard Landis, Susan L. Weaver, Tonya J. Sharp, Center for Biostatistics and Epidemiology, Penn State University
1993, Presented at the Biometrics Society Spring Meetings.
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Applications of Survey Sampling Methodology to Analysis of Repeated Measures Data Structures in Dentistry
Glenn M. Davies and Gary G. Koch
Keywords: Intra-patient correlation, Survey data regression, Stratified cluster sample, Dental data.
1993, Presented at the Biometrics Society Spring Meetings
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Estimation Of Proportional Hazards Models For Survival Times with Nested Errors
Rick L. Williams and Gayle S. Bieler
Keywords: Correlated failure times, Taylor series variance approximation, Cox regression
1993, American Statistical Association, Proceedings of the Biopharmaceutical Section, 115-120.
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An Overview of Statistical Issues and Methods of Meta-Analysis
J. E. Schmid, G. G. Koch, and L. M. LaVange
Keywords : Meta-analysis, random effects model, survey data regression, combination of studies
1991, Journal of Biopharmaceutical Statistics, 1,(1), 103-120
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Software for GEE: PROC GENMOD and SUDAAN
Babubhai V. Shah, Research Triangle Institute, Research Triangle Park, NC
Presented at SESUG meetings at Norfolk VA, September 1998
A copy of the article is available in PDF format.