
Twelfth International Workshop on Statistical Modelling, Biel/Bienne, 1997, Proceedings
Christoph E. Minder, Herwig Friedl (Eds.)
Good Statistical Practice. Proceedings of the 12th International Workshop on Statistical Modelling. Biel/Bienne, July 7 to 11, 1997
(Schriftenreihe der Österreichischen Statistischen Gesellschaft, Band 5) Wien: Österreichische Statistische Gesellschaft 1997 ISBN 3700700466
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Contents
Invited papers
 Becher, H., K.Steindorf
 Methods to analyse continuous covariables in epidemiological studies
 Bednarski, T.
 Frechet differentiability and robust statistical inference
 Brant, L.J., G.N.Verbeke
 Modelling longitudinal studies of aging
 Davies, R.
 Good statistical practice in data analysis for social sciences
 Dodge, Y., J.Jureckova
 Adaptive combination of tests
 Draper, D.
 Model uncertainty in "stochastic" and deterministic systems
 Fahrmeir, L., Ch.Gieger
 Is the rent for my flat too expensive?
 Gelman, A., F.Y.Bois
 How can statistical theory help with statistical practice? Example of a Bayesian analysis in toxicokinetics
 Greenacre, M.
 Data coding and visualization of social science data
 Hampel, F.
 Robust statistics and data analysis
 Morgenthaler, St.
 Robust conditional inference
 RacinePoon, A.
 Good statistical practice in clinical development
 Rendtel, U.
 The analysis of the wage curve with panel data
Contributed papers and Posters
 Ambler, G., P.Royston
 Models and model selection strategies with regression splines
 Azizi, F., R.B.Davies
 Mixed logistic regression models for longitudinal binary data: Representing frailty effects by variation in a baseline probability/dd>
 Berghold, A., K.D.Wernecke
 Capturerecapture methods in the registration of congenital anomalies
 Borhani Haghighi, A., R.B.Davies
 The use of smoothing splines in random effect modelling of longitudinal data
 Brewer, M.
 Avoiding prior probabilities of guilt in forensic applications of graphical models
 Caputo, A., A.Heinicke
 What are the determinants for sociologists being satisfied with their job?  New insights by the application of graphical chain models
 Chung, K.H., S.M.S.Lee
 m/n bootstrap confidence regions
 Colombi, R.
 The marginal canonical associationmultivariate logit model
 Declerck, L., G.Molenberghs, M.Aerts
 The influence of simplifying the Bahadur model on the likelihood ratio statistic
 Dietz, E., D.Böhning
 Interval estimating of mixture model parameters
 Edlich, S.
 A local estimating approach in multicategorical varyingcoefficient models
 Eilers, P.H.C., B.D.Marx
 Modelling with generalized additive structures and penalties
 Ferreira, E., NúñezAntón, V., RodriguezPóo, J.
 Semiparametric approaches to signal extraction problems in economic time series: The case of the Spanish industrial production index
 Fielding, A., N.Spencer
 Modelling costeffectiveness in general certificate of education A level: Some practical methodological innovations
 FunckHüsges, C.
 Generalized linear models with random effects and time varying coefficients
 Gampe, J.
 Spatial data analysis via smoothing spline models with correlated errors
 Geys, H., G.Molenberghs, P.Williams
 Analysis of clustered binary data with covariates specific to each observation
 Graves, T.L., A.Karr, A.Mockus
 Modeling software changes
 Heuer, C.
 Analysis of the Lexis diagram using multivariate adaptive regression splines (MARS)
 Hutton, J.L.
 Bias in metaanalysis with variable selection within studies
 Kauermann, G., G.Tutz
 Testing generalized linear models against smoothed alternatives
 Krug, B.
 Robust goodnessoffit test in the Cox regression model
 Lam, K.C., K.Lam
 An alternative choice of dependent variable in neural network modeling for the generation of trading signals in a financial market
 Lavergne, C., C.Trottier
 From a conditional to a marginal point of view in GLM
 Lee, Y.N., W.K.Li
 On a double smooth transition time series model
 Lischer, P.
 The use of a Horowitzlike function for the analysis of chemical laboratory data
 Manchester, L., K.Haller
 Predicting cod stocks from air pressure fields: A problem in under determined regression
 McDonald, J.W., P.W.F.Smith, J.J.Forster
 Exact tests for loglinear models for mortality rates and standardized mortality ratios
 Mezzetti, M., C.Robertson
 A hierarchical Bayesian approach to agespecific backcalculation of cancer incidence rates
 Mönkeberg, S., W.Stahel, R.Kegel, J.Staehelin
 Factor analytic models for identifying sources of air pollution. Comparing graphical analyses and positive matrix factorization
 NúñezAntón, V., J.M. RodriguezPóo, P.Vieu
 Longitudinal data with nonstationary errors: A nonparametric threestage approach
 Oldham, M.A., A.M.Sykes, A.J.Watkins
 Statistical modelling of asthma episodes and air pollution
 Oskrochi, G., R.Crouchley, R.B.Davies
 A family of compound distributions applied to recurrent breast cancer data with selection and informative dropout
 Pritscher, L., Ch.Minder
 Searching for meaningful hazard regression models
 Pruscha, H.
 Semiparametric estimation in regression models for point processes based on one realization
 Quehenberger, F.
 Comparison of two estimators for the marginal proportional intensity model for clustered event history data
 Read, K.L.Q., S.J.Powers
 How many parameters? A case study in the modelling of growth
 Steland, A.
 Analyzing the ordinal structure of data: A survey of risk of premature death models and the rank modelling approach
 Stronegger, W.J., G.U.H.Seeber
 Modelling of nonmultiplicative interactions for epidemiologic causal models using families of link functions
 Wagenpfeil, S., Ch.Minder
 Robustification of the Cox model: Timevarying coefficient survival models
 Watkins, A.J.
 Frameworks for expectations in lifetime distributions
 Wilkinson, C., P.Tijskens, G.Jongbloed
 Nonlinear models with random coefficients: An example with the logistic growth curve
 Wright, E.M., P.Royston
 Assessing the goodnessoffit of models estimating agespecific reference intervals
 Yu, P.L.H., K.Y.Chan
 Graphical representation of ranking data: A Bayesian approach
 Zahnd, E.
 About the influence of the level of wages and the introduction of value added tax on the Swiss inflation rate

