By Peter Diggle, Patrick Heagerty, Kung-Yee Liang, Scott Zeger
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5) when (3 y comparing the variances of the i3L . We use e Var(A)/Var(0 specific measure of efficiency. The smaller the value of c ) as information gained by taking additional e the greater is the m easurements on each person. As expected, the value of e depends on the true structure of the correla tion matrix. We consider two correlation matrices longitudinal studies. For simplicity, we continue to assume n commonly - occurring in i n for all i. EFFICIENCY In case 1 , we assume the uniform correlation matrix.
As will be discussed below, valid inferences about [3 can sometimes V (a) is assumed. be made even when an incorrect form for that correlation A secondapproach, the random effects model, assumes coefficients arises among repeated responses because the regression /7i3 g across individuals. 1) E(} 1th) = from Because there is too little data on a single person to estimate realizations (Yi, Xi ) alone, we further assume that the A's are independent Eh where i3 is from some distribution with mean 13.
The two costs listed above are true for most regression problems and correlation patterns encountered in practice. 0 Actual and estimated variances of OLS estimates, and actual variunctions of the correlat on ance of optimally weighted least-squares estimates, as f OLS - - - : actual for between successive measurements: —: reported by between Fig. 7. • best possible. INTRODucTioN Problems can be partitioned into two 20 Longitudinal data analysis tific focus and the is the scientific x than the number .
Analysis of Longitudinal Data (2nd Edition) by Peter Diggle, Patrick Heagerty, Kung-Yee Liang, Scott Zeger