A note on bias due to fitting prospective multivariate generalized linear models to categorical outcomes ignoring retrospective sampling schemes
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Keywords62F12 62H20 62H05 Choice-based sampling Colorectal adenoma Cumulative logit Link function Model mis-specification Ordered response;
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