THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA

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Marginal versus conditional odds ratios when updating risk prediction models

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Model-Based ROC Curve: Examining the Effect of Case Mix and Model Calibration on the ROC Plot

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Uncertainty and the value of information in risk prediction modeling

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Value-of-Information Analysis for External Validation of Risk Prediction Models

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Methodological concerns about "concordance-statistic for benefit" as a measure of discrimination in predicting treatment benefit

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Non-parametric inference on calibration of predicted risks

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Closed-Form Solution of the Unit Normal Loss Integral in Two-Dimensions

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Programmable Interface for Statistical & Simulation Models

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A Threshold-Free Summary Index for Quantifying the Capacity of Covariates to Yield Efficient Treatment Rules

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The association between rate and severity of exacerbations in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: an application of a joint frailty-logistic model

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Relative Impact Characteristic (RIC) curve: a graphical tool to visualize and quantify the clinical utility and population-level consequences of implementing markers

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Network vs. Pairwise Meta-Analyses: A Case Study of the Impact of an Evidence-Synthesis Paradigm on Value of Information Outcome

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A statistical method was used for the meta-analysis of tests for latent TB in the absence of a gold standard, combining random-effect and latent-class methods to estimate test accuracy

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Incorporating external evidence in trial-based cost-effectiveness analysis: the use of resampling methods

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The impact of incorporating Bayesian network meta-analysis in cost-effectiveness analysis – a case study of pharmacotherapies for moderate to severe COPD

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Two-level resampling as a novel method for calculation of the expected value of sample information in economic trials

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A Quantitative Benefit-Risk Analysis of Isoniazid for Treatment of Latent Tuberculosis Infection Using Incremental Benefit Framework

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Need for speed: an efficient algorithm for calculation of single-parameter expected value of partial perfect information

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Lowering the P Value Threshold

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The “Lost NNT” can be used to represent uncertainty surrounding number needed to treat

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Uncertainty and the value of information in risk prediction modeling

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Developing an online infrastructure to enhance model accessibility and validation: The Peer Models Network

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Moving beyond AUC: decision curve analysis for quantifying net benefit of risk prediction models

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Should the number of acute exacerbations in the previous year be used to guide treatments in COPD?

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Heterogeneity’s ruses: the neglected role of between-individual variability in longitudinal studies of COPD exacerbations

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The association between previous and future severe exacerbations of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: Updating the literature using robust statistical methodology.

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