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Additional file 2 of Developmental disparities in sedentary time by period of the day among US youth: a cross-sectional study

María Enid Santiago-Rodríguez, Jinsong Chen, Karin A. Pfeiffer, David X. Marquez, Angela Odoms-Young & Eduardo Esteban Bustamante
Additional file 2: Table A2. Description of the Linear Regression Syntax for SAS.

Identification of Non-Fatal Opioid Overdose Cases Using 9-1-1 Computer Assisted Dispatch and Prehospital Patient Clinical Record Variables

Olufemi Ajumobi, Silvia R. Verdugo, Brian Labus, Patrick Reuther, Bradford Lee, Brandon Koch, Peter J. Davidson & Karla D. Wagner
Background: The current epidemic of opioid overdoses in the United States necessitates a robust public health and clinical response. We described patterns of non-fatal opioid overdoses (NFOODs) in a small western region using data from the 9-1-1 Computer Assisted Dispatch (CAD) record and electronic Patient Clinical Records (ePCR) completed by EMS responders. We determined whether CAD and ePCR variables could identify NFOOD cases in 9-1-1 data for intervention and surveillance efforts. Methods: We conducted a...

Additional file 2 of Developmental disparities in sedentary time by period of the day among US youth: a cross-sectional study

María Enid Santiago-Rodríguez, Jinsong Chen, Karin A. Pfeiffer, David X. Marquez, Angela Odoms-Young & Eduardo Esteban Bustamante
Additional file 2: Table A2. Description of the Linear Regression Syntax for SAS.

Semiparametric zero-inflated Bernoulli regression with applications

Chin-Shang Li & Minggen Lu
When the observed proportion of zeros in a data set consisting of binary outcome data is larger than expected under a regular logistic regression model, it is frequently suggested to use a zero-inflated Bernoulli (ZIB) regression model. A spline-based ZIB regression model is proposed to describe the potentially nonlinear effect of a continuous covariate. A spline is used to approximate the unknown smooth function. Under the smoothness condition, the spline estimator of the unknown smooth...

Semiparametric zero-inflated Bernoulli regression with applications

Chin-Shang Li & Minggen Lu
When the observed proportion of zeros in a data set consisting of binary outcome data is larger than expected under a regular logistic regression model, it is frequently suggested to use a zero-inflated Bernoulli (ZIB) regression model. A spline-based ZIB regression model is proposed to describe the potentially nonlinear effect of a continuous covariate. A spline is used to approximate the unknown smooth function. Under the smoothness condition, the spline estimator of the unknown smooth...

Additional file 1 of Developmental disparities in sedentary time by period of the day among US youth: a cross-sectional study

María Enid Santiago-Rodríguez, Jinsong Chen, Karin A. Pfeiffer, David X. Marquez, Angela Odoms-Young & Eduardo Esteban Bustamante
Additional file 1: Table A1. Accelerometer Data Processing Specifications [35, 36].

Additional file 1 of The reach of fertility decline: a longitudinal analysis of human capital gains across generations

Stephanie M. Koning, Alberto Palloni, Jenna Nobles, Ian Coxhead & Lia C. H. Fernald
Additional file 1: Supplementary Tables and Figures.

Additional file 3 of Developmental disparities in sedentary time by period of the day among US youth: a cross-sectional study

María Enid Santiago-Rodríguez, Jinsong Chen, Karin A. Pfeiffer, David X. Marquez, Angela Odoms-Young & Eduardo Esteban Bustamante
Additional file 3: Table A3. Regressions of Sedentary Time on Each Weekday Period on Developmental Stage.

Additional file 4 of Developmental disparities in sedentary time by period of the day among US youth: a cross-sectional study

María Enid Santiago-Rodríguez, Jinsong Chen, Karin A. Pfeiffer, David X. Marquez, Angela Odoms-Young & Eduardo Esteban Bustamante
Additional file 4: Table A4. Regressions of Sedentary Time During Each Weekend Period on Developmental Stage.

Additional file 1 of Developmental disparities in sedentary time by period of the day among US youth: a cross-sectional study

María Enid Santiago-Rodríguez, Jinsong Chen, Karin A. Pfeiffer, David X. Marquez, Angela Odoms-Young & Eduardo Esteban Bustamante
Additional file 1: Table A1. Accelerometer Data Processing Specifications [35, 36].

Identification of Non-Fatal Opioid Overdose Cases Using 9-1-1 Computer Assisted Dispatch and Prehospital Patient Clinical Record Variables

Olufemi Ajumobi, Silvia R. Verdugo, Brian Labus, Patrick Reuther, Bradford Lee, Brandon Koch, Peter J. Davidson & Karla D. Wagner
Background: The current epidemic of opioid overdoses in the United States necessitates a robust public health and clinical response. We described patterns of non-fatal opioid overdoses (NFOODs) in a small western region using data from the 9-1-1 Computer Assisted Dispatch (CAD) record and electronic Patient Clinical Records (ePCR) completed by EMS responders. We determined whether CAD and ePCR variables could identify NFOOD cases in 9-1-1 data for intervention and surveillance efforts. Methods: We conducted a...

Additional file 4 of Developmental disparities in sedentary time by period of the day among US youth: a cross-sectional study

María Enid Santiago-Rodríguez, Jinsong Chen, Karin A. Pfeiffer, David X. Marquez, Angela Odoms-Young & Eduardo Esteban Bustamante
Additional file 4: Table A4. Regressions of Sedentary Time During Each Weekend Period on Developmental Stage.

Additional file 3 of Developmental disparities in sedentary time by period of the day among US youth: a cross-sectional study

María Enid Santiago-Rodríguez, Jinsong Chen, Karin A. Pfeiffer, David X. Marquez, Angela Odoms-Young & Eduardo Esteban Bustamante
Additional file 3: Table A3. Regressions of Sedentary Time on Each Weekday Period on Developmental Stage.

Transcontinental retroarc sediment routing controlled by subduction geometry and climate change (Central and Southern Andes, Argentina)

Eduardo Garzanti , Tomas Capaldi , Giovanni Vezzoli , Mara Limonta & Numa Sosa
Central Argentina from the Pampean flat-slab segment to northern Patagonia (27-41°S) represents a classic example of a broken retroarc basin with strong tectonic and climatic control on fluvial sediment transport. In this provenance study, we combine framework petrography and heavy-mineral data to trace multistep dispersal of volcaniclastic detritus first eastwards across central Argentina for up to ~1500 km and next northwards for nearly another 1000 km along the Atlantic coast. Compositional signatures reflect different tectono-stratigraphic...

Additional file 1 of The reach of fertility decline: a longitudinal analysis of human capital gains across generations

Stephanie M. Koning, Alberto Palloni, Jenna Nobles, Ian Coxhead & Lia C. H. Fernald
Additional file 1: Supplementary Tables and Figures.

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