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Modeling Longitudinal Data with Nonparametric Multiplicative Random Effects Jointly with Survival Data

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  • Jimin Ding
  • Jane-Ling Wang

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  • Jimin Ding & Jane-Ling Wang, 2008. "Modeling Longitudinal Data with Nonparametric Multiplicative Random Effects Jointly with Survival Data," Biometrics, The International Biometric Society, vol. 64(2), pages 546-556, June.
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