# Biometrical Journal

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*The Statistical Analysis of Failure Time Data*, Wiley, New York, 2002]...

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*Human Heredity*

**64**, 5–15) by adding a genotypic effect to the mean. The corresponding score test is a weighted family‐based association tests statistic, where the weight depends on the linkage effect and on other genetic...

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_{1}penalized (lasso) estimates of parameters in high‐dimensional models. The lasso has the property that it simultaneously performs variable selection and shrinkage, which makes it very useful for finding interpretable prediction rules in high‐dimensional data. The new algorithm is based on a combination of gradient ascent optimization...

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*i.e*. a one‐step IPD meta‐analysis,

*versus*analysis based on summary data,

*i.e*. a two‐step IPD meta‐analysis, recent articles in the medical literature...

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_{0}, among a large number of hypotheses tested. Many methods implicitly assume that the π

_{0}is large, that is, close to...

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^{2}‐procedure for the assessment of Hardy–Weinberg equilibrium (HWE) is tailored for detecting violations of HWE. However, many applications in genetic epidemiology require approximate compatibility with HWE. In a previous contribution to the field (Wellek, S. (2004).

*Biometrics*,

**60**, 694–703), the methodology of statistical equivalence testing was exploited for the construction of tests...