Distributional estimates for the comparison of proportions of a dichotomized continuous outcome

Sauzet O, Kleine M (2016)
STATA JOURNAL 16(4): 880-899.

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We present the package distdicho, which contains a range of commands covering the present development of the distributional method for the di-chotomization of continuous outcomes. The method provides estimates with standard error of a comparison of proportions (difference, odds ratio, and risk ratio) derived, with similar precision, from a comparison of means.
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Sauzet O, Kleine M. Distributional estimates for the comparison of proportions of a dichotomized continuous outcome. STATA JOURNAL. 2016;16(4):880-899.
Sauzet, O., & Kleine, M. (2016). Distributional estimates for the comparison of proportions of a dichotomized continuous outcome. STATA JOURNAL, 16(4), 880-899.
Sauzet, O., and Kleine, M. (2016). Distributional estimates for the comparison of proportions of a dichotomized continuous outcome. STATA JOURNAL 16, 880-899.
Sauzet, O., & Kleine, M., 2016. Distributional estimates for the comparison of proportions of a dichotomized continuous outcome. STATA JOURNAL, 16(4), p 880-899.
O. Sauzet and M. Kleine, “Distributional estimates for the comparison of proportions of a dichotomized continuous outcome”, STATA JOURNAL, vol. 16, 2016, pp. 880-899.
Sauzet, O., Kleine, M.: Distributional estimates for the comparison of proportions of a dichotomized continuous outcome. STATA JOURNAL. 16, 880-899 (2016).
Sauzet, Odile, and Kleine, Maren. “Distributional estimates for the comparison of proportions of a dichotomized continuous outcome”. STATA JOURNAL 16.4 (2016): 880-899.
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