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This additional step of repeating modeling with a three-segment piecewise linear regression model allowed us to combine the advantages of joinpoint regression (first using a data-driven process to determine the number and location of changes in the hazard) with the ability to model discontinuity at the points of change.
The value of observed R indicates that the linear regression model can be used as a predictor.
A global SA is often based on a linear regression model in the stepwise manner, to compare the relative importance (sensitivities) of variables.
In a linear regression model that included age, artery diameter, lipid values, and use of lipid-lowering and antioxidant therapies, the effect of grape juice on FMD remained significant (mean change 4.
This section illustrates the structure of MI contracts and then provides a multiple linear regression model to describe the effect of macroeconomic factors on housing prices.
A simple linear regression model was utilized to show trends in the annual prevalence rate of ACL injuries over time.
Linear regression models were fitted for In-transformed values of alanine transaminase (ALT), [gamma]-glutamyltransferase, and direct bilirubin on PFOA, PFOS, and potential confounders, and logistic regression models were used to compare deciles of PFOA or PFOS in relation to high biomarker levels.
Statistical controls for maltreatment type and severity, demographic traits and current caregiver education were implemented to help clarify the role of terminal child welfare placement, current caregiver behaviours and household income, on eight linear regression models of developmental outcomes.