Best Practices on Inferring from Multiple Assessments

Multiple assessments of diagnostic tests are common in clinical practice and epidemiologic research to assess test reliability, to validate sensitivity or specificity, and to correct for misclassification bias. (Brenner, 1996) During the course, we have explored inferring the odds ratio between X and Y in absence of X (gold-standard measurement), where we have estimated the relationship using a pair of surrogate variables. In this report, the objective is to go beyond and exploring best practices...
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