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Semiparametric Estimation of First-Price Auction Models

Gaurab Aryal, Maria F. Gabrielli & Quang Vuong
In this article, we propose a two-step semiparametric procedure to estimate first-price auction models. In the first step, we estimate the bid density and distribution using local polynomial method, and recover a sample of (pseudo) private values. In the second step, we apply the method of moments to the sample of private values to estimate a finite set of parameters that characterize the density of private values. We show that our estimator attains the parametric...

Semiparametric Estimation of First-Price Auction Models*

Gaurab Aryal, Maria F. Gabrielli & Quang Vuong
In this paper we propose a two-step semiparametric procedure to estimate first-price auction models. In the first-step, we estimate the bid density and distribution using local polynomial method, and recover a sample of (pseudo) private values. In the second-step, we apply the method of moments to the sample of private values to estimate a finite set of parameters that characterize the density of private values. We show that our estimator attains the parametric consistency rate...

Semiparametric Estimation of First-Price Auction Models

Gaurab Aryal, Maria F. Gabrielli & Quang Vuong
In this article, we propose a two-step semiparametric procedure to estimate first-price auction models. In the first step, we estimate the bid density and distribution using local polynomial method, and recover a sample of (pseudo) private values. In the second step, we apply the method of moments to the sample of private values to estimate a finite set of parameters that characterize the density of private values. We show that our estimator attains the parametric...

Real-World Effectiveness of Sodium Glucose Co-Transporter-2 Inhibitors in Japanese Patients with Diabetes Mellitus

Yuichiro Ito, James Van Schyndle, Takuya Nishimura, Toshifumi Sugitani & Tomomi Kimura
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Real-World Effectiveness of Sodium Glucose Co-Transporter-2 Inhibitors in Japanese Patients with Diabetes Mellitus

Yuichiro Ito, James Van Schyndle, Takuya Nishimura, Toshifumi Sugitani & Tomomi Kimura
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Supplementary material from "Gene drive for population genetic control: non-functional resistance and parental effects"

Andrea K. Beaghton, Andrew Hammond, Tony Nolan, Andrea Crisanti & Austin Burt
Gene drive is a natural process of biased inheritance that, in principle, could be used to control pest and vector populations. As with any form of pest control, attention should be paid to the possibility of resistance evolving. For nuclease-based gene drive aimed at suppressing a population, resistance could arise by changes in the target sequence that maintain function, and various strategies have been proposed to reduce the likelihood that such alleles arise. Even if...

Tables S1, S2, and S3 from Gene drive for population genetic control: non-functional resistance and parental effects

Andrea K. Beaghton, Andrew Hammond, Tony Nolan, Andrea Crisanti & Austin Burt
Proportions of different types of germline cells (S1), proportions of gamete types (S2), and model parameters and baseline values (S3).

Tables S1, S2, and S3 from Gene drive for population genetic control: non-functional resistance and parental effects

Andrea K. Beaghton, Andrew Hammond, Tony Nolan, Andrea Crisanti & Austin Burt
Proportions of different types of germline cells (S1), proportions of gamete types (S2), and model parameters and baseline values (S3).

Supplementary material from "Gene drive for population genetic control: non-functional resistance and parental effects"

Andrea K. Beaghton, Andrew Hammond, Tony Nolan, Andrea Crisanti & Austin Burt
Gene drive is a natural process of biased inheritance that, in principle, could be used to control pest and vector populations. As with any form of pest control, attention should be paid to the possibility of resistance evolving. For nuclease-based gene drive aimed at suppressing a population, resistance could arise by changes in the target sequence that maintain function, and various strategies have been proposed to reduce the likelihood that such alleles arise. Even if...

Supplementary Modelling Information from Gene drive for population genetic control: non-functional resistance and parental effects

Andrea K. Beaghton, Andrew Hammond, Tony Nolan, Andrea Crisanti & Austin Burt
Description of population genetics model

Supplementary Modelling Information from Gene drive for population genetic control: non-functional resistance and parental effects

Andrea K. Beaghton, Andrew Hammond, Tony Nolan, Andrea Crisanti & Austin Burt
Description of population genetics model

Figure S2 from Gene drive for population genetic control: non-functional resistance and parental effects

Andrea K. Beaghton, Andrew Hammond, Tony Nolan, Andrea Crisanti & Austin Burt
Equilibrium drive allele frequency and load for parental effects on both fitness and gene transmission

Figure S2 from Gene drive for population genetic control: non-functional resistance and parental effects

Andrea K. Beaghton, Andrew Hammond, Tony Nolan, Andrea Crisanti & Austin Burt
Equilibrium drive allele frequency and load for parental effects on both fitness and gene transmission

Figure S1 from Gene drive for population genetic control: non-functional resistance and parental effects

Andrea K. Beaghton, Andrew Hammond, Tony Nolan, Andrea Crisanti & Austin Burt
Dynamics of load over time vs heterozygote fitness cost or rate of resistance

Figure S1 from Gene drive for population genetic control: non-functional resistance and parental effects

Andrea K. Beaghton, Andrew Hammond, Tony Nolan, Andrea Crisanti & Austin Burt
Dynamics of load over time vs heterozygote fitness cost or rate of resistance

Table S2 from Heritability and genetic correlations of personality, life-history and morphology in the grey mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus)

Pauline Blandine Zablocki-Thomas, Anthony Herrel, Caitlin J. Karanewsky, Fabienne Aujard & Emmanuelle Pouydebat
Microsattellite used for paternity assignments.

Supplementary material from "Heritability and genetic correlations of personality, life-history and morphology in the grey mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus)"

Pauline Blandine Zablocki-Thomas, Anthony Herrel, Caitlin J. Karanewsky, Fabienne Aujard & Emmanuelle Pouydebat
The recent interest in animal personality has sparked a number of studies on the heritability of personality traits. Yet, how the sources variance these traits can be decomposed remains unclear. Moreover, whether genetic correlations with life-history traits, personality traits and other phenotypic traits exist as predicted by the pace-of-life syndrome hypothesis remains poorly understood. Our aim was to compare the heritability of personality, life-history and morphological traits and their potential genetic correlations in a small...

Supplementary material from "Heritability and genetic correlations of personality, life-history and morphology in the grey mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus)"

Pauline Blandine Zablocki-Thomas, Anthony Herrel, Caitlin J. Karanewsky, Fabienne Aujard & Emmanuelle Pouydebat
The recent interest in animal personality has sparked a number of studies on the heritability of personality traits. Yet, how the sources variance these traits can be decomposed remains unclear. Moreover, whether genetic correlations with life-history traits, personality traits and other phenotypic traits exist as predicted by the pace-of-life syndrome hypothesis remains poorly understood. Our aim was to compare the heritability of personality, life-history and morphological traits and their potential genetic correlations in a small...

Table S2 from Heritability and genetic correlations of personality, life-history and morphology in the grey mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus)

Pauline Blandine Zablocki-Thomas, Anthony Herrel, Caitlin J. Karanewsky, Fabienne Aujard & Emmanuelle Pouydebat
Microsattellite used for paternity assignments.

Table S1 from Heritability and genetic correlations of personality, life-history and morphology in the grey mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus)

Pauline Blandine Zablocki-Thomas, Anthony Herrel, Caitlin J. Karanewsky, Fabienne Aujard & Emmanuelle Pouydebat
Summary of the covariance between morphological and early life traits.

Table S1 from Heritability and genetic correlations of personality, life-history and morphology in the grey mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus)

Pauline Blandine Zablocki-Thomas, Anthony Herrel, Caitlin J. Karanewsky, Fabienne Aujard & Emmanuelle Pouydebat
Summary of the covariance between morphological and early life traits.

Super-low-power optical trapping of single nanoparticle

Yu Zhang, Tang Xiaoyun, WENJIE SU, Yaxun Zhang, Zhihai Liu, Xinghua Yang, Jianzhong Zhang, Jun Yang & Libo Yuan
We propose and demonstrate a simple approach for noncontact, 3-dimensional, and stable trapping of a single nanoparticle with a super low incident laser power (0.7 mW) via the single-fiber optical tweezers. We splice a section of single-mode fiber and a section of multimode fiber to construct a Bessel-like beam, which produces the narrow output laser beams. We integrate a high-refractive-index glass microsphere on the tip of the multimode fiber to focus the narrow output laser...

Super-low-power optical trapping of single nanoparticle

Yu Zhang, Tang Xiaoyun, WENJIE SU, Yaxun Zhang, Zhihai Liu, Xinghua Yang, Jianzhong Zhang, Jun Yang & Libo Yuan
We propose and demonstrate a simple approach for noncontact, 3-dimensional, and stable trapping of a single nanoparticle with a super low incident laser power (0.7 mW) via the single-fiber optical tweezers. We splice a section of single-mode fiber and a section of multimode fiber to construct a Bessel-like beam, which produces the narrow output laser beams. We integrate a high-refractive-index glass microsphere on the tip of the multimode fiber to focus the narrow output laser...

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