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David Firth
David Firth
Emeritus Professor of Statistics, University of Warwick
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Bias reduction of maximum likelihood estimates
D Firth
Biometrika 80 (1), 27-38, 1993
45891993
An overview of composite likelihood methods
C Varin, N Reid, D Firth
Statistica Sinica, 5-42, 2011
12522011
Package ‘mass’
B Ripley, B Venables, DM Bates, K Hornik, A Gebhardt, D Firth, MB Ripley
Cran r 538, 113-120, 2013
11252013
Package ‘car’
J Fox, S Weisberg, D Adler, D Bates, G Baud-Bovy, S Ellison, D Firth, ...
Vienna: R Foundation for Statistical Computing 16, 2012
8192012
Estimating intraclass correlation for binary data
MS Ridout, CGB Demetrio, D Firth
Biometrics 55 (1), 137-148, 1999
3111999
Bradley-Terry models in R: the BradleyTerry2 package
H Turner, D Firth
Journal of Statistical Software 48 (9), 1-21, 2010
249*2010
Bias reduction in exponential family nonlinear models
I Kosmidis, D Firth
Biometrika 96 (4), 793-804, 2009
2392009
Comparing health inequality in men and women: prospective study of mortality 1986-96
A Sacker, D Firth, R Fitzpatrick, K Lynch, M Bartley
BMJ 320 (7245), 1303-1307, 2000
2302000
Ultraviolet signals ultra-aggression in a lizard
MJ Whiting, DM Stuart-Fox, D O'Connor, D Firth, NC Bennett, ...
Animal behaviour 72 (2), 353-363, 2006
2202006
Multiplicative errors: log-normal or gamma?
D Firth
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series B: Statistical Methodology …, 1988
1871988
Generalized nonlinear models in R: An overview of the gnm package
H Turner, D Firth
ESRC National Centre for Research Methods, 2007
1752007
Generalized linear models
D Firth
Statistical Theory and Modelling, 55-82, 1991
1631991
Social position, social roles and women's health in England: changing relationships 1984–1993
M Bartley, A Sacker, D Firth, R Fitzpatrick
Social science & medicine 48 (1), 99-115, 1999
1551999
Dimensions of social inequality in the health of women in England: occupational, material and behavioural pathways
A Sacker, M Bartley, D Firth, R Fitzpatrick
Social science & medicine 52 (5), 763-781, 2001
1512001
On the efficiency of quasi-likelihood estimation
D Firth
Biometrika 74 (2), 233-245, 1987
1511987
Understanding social variation in cardiovascular risk factors in women and men: the advantage of theoretically based measures
M BArtLeY, A Sacker, D Firth, R Fitzpatrick
Social science & medicine 49 (6), 831-845, 1999
1401999
Dynamic Bradley–Terry modelling of sports tournaments
M Cattelan, C Varin, D Firth
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series C: Applied Statistics 62 (1 …, 2013
1352013
Multiple signals in chameleon contests: designing and analysing animal contests as a tournament
DM Stuart-Fox, D Firth, A Moussalli, MJ Whiting
Animal Behaviour 71 (6), 1263-1271, 2006
1322006
Social distribution of cardiovascular disease risk factors: change among men in England 1984–1993
M Bartley, R Fitzpatrick, D Firth, M Marmot
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 54 (11), 806-814, 2000
1312000
Quasi‐variances
D Firth, RX De Menezes
Biometrika 91 (1), 65-80, 2004
1202004
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