Ben Adarkwa Dwamena
University of Michigan Medical Schoolhttp://sitemaker.umich.edu/metadiagnosis
Ann Arbor, Michigan
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- Ben Dwamena, 2014. "A midas retouch regarding diagnostic meta-analysis," 2014 Stata Conference 14, Stata Users Group.
- Ben Adarkwa Dwamena & Harvard Rue, 2010. "Bayesian Bivariate Diagnostic Meta-analysis via R-INLA," BOS10 Stata Conference 13, Stata Users Group.
- Ben Adarkwa Dwamena, 2009. "Meta-analytic depiction of ordered categorical diagnostic test accuracy in ROC space," DC09 Stata Conference 3, Stata Users Group.
- Ben Dwamena, 2008. "A generalized meta-analysis model for binary diagnostic test performance," Fall North American Stata Users' Group Meetings 2008 8, Stata Users Group.
- Ben Dwamena, 2008. "Multivariate mixed models for metanalysis of paired-comparison studies of two medical diagnostic tests," Summer North American Stata Users' Group Meetings 2008 11, Stata Users Group.
- Ben Dwamena, 2007.
"Meta-analytical Integration of Diagnostic Accuracy Studies in Stata,"
North American Stata Users' Group Meetings 2007
4, Stata Users Group, revised 05 Sep 2007.
- Ben Dwamena, 2007. "Meta-analytical Integration of Diagnostic Accuracy Studies in Stata," West Coast Stata Users' Group Meetings 2007 1, Stata Users Group.
- Ben Dwamena, 2004. ""Metagraphiti By Stata": Visuographical Exploration and Presentation of Meta-analytic Data Using Stata," North American Stata Users' Group Meetings 2004 4, Stata Users Group.
- Ben Dwamena, 2010. "QUADAS: Stata module to provide graphical depiction of quality assessment in diagnostic accuracy reviews," Statistical Software Components S457187, Boston College Department of Economics.
- Ben Dwamena, 2009. "FAGAN: Stata module for Fagan's Bayesian nomoigram," Statistical Software Components S457060, Boston College Department of Economics.
- Ben Dwamena, 2007. "MIDAS: Stata module for meta-analytical integration of diagnostic test accuracy studies," Statistical Software Components S456880, Boston College Department of Economics, revised 05 Feb 2009.
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- Ben Adarkwa Dwamena & Harvard Rue, 2010.
"Bayesian Bivariate Diagnostic Meta-analysis via R-INLA,"
BOS10 Stata Conference
13, Stata Users Group.
- Ben Adarkwa Dwamena, 2015. "midasinla: midas goes bayesian via R-INLA," 2015 Stata Conference 22, Stata Users Group.
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