Statistics and Its Interface

Volume 2 (2009)

Number 2


The use of the risk percentile curve in the analysis of epidemiologic data

Nilanjan Chatterjee, Joseph L. Gastwirth, and Barry I. Graubard

pp. 123-131

Robust genome-wide scans with genetic model selection using case-control design

Nancy L. Geller, Jungnam Joo, Jing-Ping Lin, Mario Stylianou, Xin Tian, Myron A. Waclawiw, Colin O. Wu, and Gang Zheng

pp. 145-151

Detecting essential and removable interactions in genome-wide association studies

Andrew Dewan, Robert Dubrow, Josephine Hoh, Xiangtao Liu, Chengqing Wu, Yaning Yang, Zhiliang Ying, and Hong Zhang

pp. 161-170

Modeling bivariate longitudinal diagnostic outcome data in the absence of a gold standard

Ian A. Gardner, Wesley O. Johnson, and Michelle Norris

pp. 171-185

A weighted rank-sum procedure for comparing samples with multiple endpoints

Qizhai Li, Aiyi Liu, Kai Yu, and Kai F. Yu

pp. 197-201

Simultaneous sensitivity analysis for observational studies using full matching or matching with multiple controls

Joseph L. Gastwirth, Abba M. Krieger, Paul R. Rosenbaum, and Dylan Small

pp. 203-211

Some issues concerning disclosure risk in contingency tables

Arthur Cohen and Harold B. Sackrowitz

pp. 223-225

$L$-functions, processes, and statistics in measuring economic inequality and actuarial risks

Francesca Greselin, Madan L. Puri, and Ricardas Zitikis

pp. 227-245

Bayesian R-estimates in linear models

Thomas P. Hettmansperger and Xiaojiang Zhan

pp. 247-254