Robust inference using hierarchical likelihood approach for heavy-tailed longitudinal outcomes with missing data: An alternative to inverse probability weighted generalized estimating equations
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KeywordsGeneralized estimating equations; Hierarchical likelihood; Missing at random; Inverse probability weighting;
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