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On the equivalence of posterior inference based on retrospective and prospective likelihoods

On the equivalence of posterior inference based on retrospective and prospective likelihoods
On the equivalence of posterior inference based on retrospective and prospective likelihoods
The paper develops a class of priors which leads to equivalent posterior inference for odds ratio parameters based on prospective and retrospective models for categorical response data. The results are applicable to both unmatched and matched case-control studies. The proposed method can accommodate multiple and possibly ordered disease status as well as any arbitrary link function and is not restricted to the conventional logit link. The results are applied to the analysis of an ongoing case-control study on colorectal cancer.
case-control, colorectal cancer, multiplicative intercept, stereotype, stratification
University of Southampton
Ghosh, M.
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Song, J.
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Forster, Jonathan J.
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Mitra, Robin
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Mitra, Robin
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Ghosh, M., Song, J., Forster, Jonathan J., Mitra, Robin and Mukherjee, B. (2010) On the equivalence of posterior inference based on retrospective and prospective likelihoods Southampton, GB. University of Southampton 11pp.

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Abstract

The paper develops a class of priors which leads to equivalent posterior inference for odds ratio parameters based on prospective and retrospective models for categorical response data. The results are applicable to both unmatched and matched case-control studies. The proposed method can accommodate multiple and possibly ordered disease status as well as any arbitrary link function and is not restricted to the conventional logit link. The results are applied to the analysis of an ongoing case-control study on colorectal cancer.

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Published date: 2010
Keywords: case-control, colorectal cancer, multiplicative intercept, stereotype, stratification
Organisations: Social Statistics & Demography, Statistics, Mathematical Sciences

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Local EPrints ID: 151601
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/151601
PURE UUID: a6656112-3af2-4b93-bf01-c26da7c5029a
ORCID for Jonathan J. Forster: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-7867-3411

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Date deposited: 11 May 2010 16:04
Last modified: 11 Dec 2021 03:02

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Author: M. Ghosh
Author: J. Song
Author: Jonathan J. Forster ORCID iD
Author: Robin Mitra
Author: B. Mukherjee

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