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Familial or family aggregation of a disease is important for studying possible genetic etiology of a disease. A popular and useful measure of family aggregation is recurrence risk. Household health surveys with (family) network sampling, which surveyed individuals report about disease status of...
Dengue hemorrhages fever (DHF) is an infectious disease epidemic in the community. DHF is caused by a virus that is transmitted through the bite of mosquitoes Aedes sp. The aim of this research was to develop and validate a forecasting model that could predict dengue fever (DHF) cases in...
In some meta-analytic data constellations, only the quantity of interest and sample size are available from the published reports. In addition, for some individual studies, this partial information is available for only one of two treatment groups. These are typically excluded from the...
As people move around using public transportation networks, such as train and airplanes, it is expected that emerging infectious diseases will spread on the network. The scan statistics approach has been frequently applied to identify high-risk locations, and the results are widely used for...
Health research often aims to investigate whether the effect of an exposure variable is common across different subgroups of individuals, but sometimes the variable defining subgroups is not recorded in all individuals. We propose and evaluate two methods for estimation of the marginal causal...
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