R package episensr: Basic Sensitivity Analysis of Epidemiological Results. Basic sensitivity analysis of the observed relative risks adjusting for unmeasured confounding and misclassification of the exposure/outcome, or both. It follows the bias analysis methods and examples from the book by Lash T.L, Fox M.P, and Fink A.K. ”Applying Quantitative Bias Analysis to Epidemiologic Data”, (’Springer’, 2009).
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- Greenland, Sander: Book review of: Timothy L. Lash, Matthew P. Fox, Aliza K. Fink, Applying quantitative bias analysis to epidemiologic data (2010)
- Lash, Timothy L.; Fox, Matthew P.; Fink, Aliza K.: Applying quantitative bias analysis to epidemiologic data (2009)