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International Journal of Statistics in Medical Research | Volume 2 Number 2

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Volume 2 No. 2,  2013

**All articles are now available with Open Access

A Nonparametric Bayesian Approach to Estimating Malaria Prophylactic Effect After Two Treatments - Pages 76-87
Cletus Kwa Kum, Daniel Thorburn, Gebrenegus Ghilagaber, Pedro Gil and Anders Björkman

A Generalization of the «Lady-Tasting-Tea» Procedure to Link Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches in Psychiatric Research - Pages 88-93
Bruno Falissard, Daniel Milman and David Cohen

Accounting for the Hierarchical Structure in Veterans Health Administration Data: Differences in Healthcare Utilization between Men and Women Veterans - Pages 94-103
Heather G. Allore, Yuming Ning, Cynthia A. Brandt and Joseph L. Goulet

Comparison of Post Hoc Multiple Pairwise Testing Procedures as Applied to Small k-Group Logrank Tests - Pages 104-116
Moonseong Heo and Andrew C. Leon

Applying Mixed-Effects Location Scale Modeling to Examine Within-Person Variability in Physical Activity Self-Efficacy - Pages 117-122
Genevieve Fridlund Dunton, Audie A. Atienza, Jimi Huh, Cynthia Castro, Donald Hedeker and Abby C. King

A Comparison of Error Correcting Output Coding Methods for Multiclass Classification by Using Support Vector Machine: The Prediction of Self-Monitoring of Blood Sugar - Pages 123-134
Özge Aksehirli, Handan Ankarali, Duygu Aydin and Davut Baltaci

Predictive Models for the Management of Vesicoureteral Reflux from the View of Statisticians - Pages 135-143
Zahra Aryan and Abdol-Mohammad Kajbafzadeh

A Multistate Markov Model Based on CD4 Cell Count for HIV/AIDS Patients on Antiretroviral Therapy (ART) - Pages 144-151
Gurprit Grover, Adesh Kumar Gadpayle, Prafulla Kumar Swain and Barnali Deka

SFA vs. DEA for Measuring Healthcare Efficiency: A Systematic Review - Pages 152-166
George Katharakis, Maria Katharaki and Theofanis Katostaras


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