• MIXED

  • Referenced in 65 articles [sw06480]
  • repeated in time, space or both. Correlation among measurements made on the same subject ... experimental units can be modeled using random effects and through the specification of a covariance ... useful covariance structures or modeling both in time and space, including discrete and continuous increments...
  • mme

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw30839]
  • independent time effect; Model 3, introducing correlated time effect. mme calculates direct and parametric bootstrap...
  • frailtypack

  • Referenced in 39 articles [sw06070]
  • proportional hazard model. Clustered and recurrent survival times can be studied (the Andersen-Gill ... proportional hazard models with two correlated random effects (intercept random effect with random slope...
  • EURAREA

  • Referenced in 2 articles [sw03161]
  • GREG and EBLUP estimators with correlated area and time effects) in a simulation study...
  • metafor

  • Referenced in 27 articles [sw12291]
  • meta-analyses of binomial and person-time data, the package also provides functions that implement ... suitable generalized linear (mixed-effects) models (i.e., mixed-effects (conditional) logistic and Poisson regression models ... independent sampling errors and/or true effects (e.g., due to the inclusion of multiple treatment studies ... analyses and meta-analyses accounting for known correlation structures (e.g., due to phylogenetic relatedness...
  • iRSpot-TNCPseAAC

  • Referenced in 31 articles [sw22412]
  • effectively identifying the hotspots and coldspots have become urgent as they can timely provide ... achieved higher rates in accuracy, Mathew’s correlation coefficient, and sensitivity, indicating that...
  • NESToolbox

  • Referenced in 4 articles [sw19592]
  • functions. Cross-correlation estimation, as it is used in most standard time series analysis, cannot ... time series directly, as the vector index cannot be used as a substitute for time ... differences. The conventional approach, interpolation of the time series to regular grid followed ... standard estimators, has bias side effects [1]. The function similarity.m makes alternative approaches such...
  • saeRobust

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw15467]
  • this time available models include area level models incorporating spatial and temporal correlation ... random effects...
  • DynamicBC

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw26508]
  • Effective Connectivity (d-EC). Sliding window analysis (Bivariate Pearson correlation and Granger causality) and time...
  • gma

  • Referenced in 2 articles [sw26339]
  • single level GMA model for the time series of a single participant performs the causal ... model introduces the unmeasured confounding effect through a nonzero correlation parameter. Under the two-level ... Granger Mediation Analysis of Multiple Time Series with an Application to fMRI, for details...
  • iNA

  • Referenced in 3 articles [sw17973]
  • size expansion, the Linear Noise Approximation and effective mesoscopic rate equations, which to-date have ... approximate analysis of time-dependent mean concentrations, variances, covariances and correlations coefficients, which typically outperforms...
  • NEDA

  • Referenced in 2 articles [sw03493]
  • makes an effective hierarchy table with the times of the ports usage. The experimental data ... redundancy of DCT and FFT quickly and effectively, which makes it useful for the hardware ... design of DSP, insofar it improves the correlative hardware design efficiency...
  • sbw

  • Referenced in 8 articles [sw21948]
  • used to estimate a range of treatment effects based on different outcomes, or a variety ... joint distributions, such as variances and correlations and also, for example, the quantiles of interactions ... Also, the weighting method runs in polynomial time so relatively large datasets can be handled...
  • SHIML

  • Referenced in 2 articles [sw10294]
  • ossbauer effect (ME), muon spin rotation ($mu $SR), and perturbed angular correlation spectroscopy (PAC) measure ... interactions fluctuate at rates comparable to the time scale of a hyperfine method, there...
  • CoreSNP

  • Referenced in 2 articles [sw20558]
  • variation on drug response in patients and correlates gene expression or single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs ... genotype ensuring maximum efficacy with minimal adverse effects. However, the storage, preprocessing, and analysis ... good speed-up and scalability and effective response times...
  • VariableScreening

  • Referenced in 0 articles [sw15948]
  • /aoas/next_issue.html>. The effect of each predictor is allowed to vary over time, approximated ... dimensional B-spline. Within-subject correlation is handled using a generalized estimation equation approach with...
  • IPSHIN

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw31888]
  • individual effects, time trends, and common time effects. Based on the mean of the individual ... introduced to allow for serial correlation in the errors. The exact critical values...
  • CTrigger

  • Referenced in 3 articles [sw23066]
  • expose. Second, it proposes CTrigger to effectively and efficiently expose atomicity violation bugs in large ... interleavings (i.e., unserializable interleavings) that are inherently correlated to atomicity violation bugs, and uses trace ... within 5 seconds, 300 to over 60000 times faster than stress testing...
  • TOPAZ4

  • Referenced in 2 articles [sw23460]
  • ensemble spread for ice concentration is well correlated with the actual errors. This indicates that ... estimates or underwater temperature. At the same time, the pilot reanalysis has revealed several flaws ... that a simple bias estimation scheme can effectively detect the seasonal or constant bias...
  • CCMpred

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw17014]
  • alignment from merely correlated pairs, i.e. to separate direct from indirect effects. Two classes ... predict contacts for typical alignments 35–113 times faster and with the same precision...