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What does GEE stand for?

GEE stands for Generalized Estimating Equation

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The researchers used generalized estimating equations to compare participant characteristics during periods of hormonal contraceptive use and nonuse, and Cox proportional hazards regression and marginal structural modeling to identify associations between hormonal contraceptive use and HIV transmission.
Distributed lag models under the framework of negative binomial regression and generalized estimating equations were used to estimate the rate ratio between 10-pg/[m.
5,16,19,20) Statistical model The generalized estimating equations (GEE) method (marginal models) was used to estimate average group-level (male-female) differences in length of treatment.
Key Topics Covered: Part I PRELIMINARIES 1 A taste of likelihood 2 Essential concepts and iid examples Part II PRAGMATICS 3 Hypothesis tests and confidence intervals or regions 4 What you really need to know 5 Maximizing the likelihood 6 Some widely used applications of maximum likelihood 7 Generalized linear models and extensions 8 Quasi-likelihood and generalized estimating equations 9 ML inference in the presence of incidental parameters 10 Latent variable models Part III THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS 11 Cramer-Rao inequality and Fisher information 12 Asymptotic theory and approximate normality 13 Tools of the trade 14 Fundamental paradigms and principles of inference 15 Miscellanea Appendix: Partial solutions to selected exercises For more information visit http://www.