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Eleanor F. Allan

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Whilst the repeated measurements methods appropriate for the analysis of normally distributed data are well established, methods for handling binary and categorical data in a repeated measurements context are not so commonly known or used. The application of population averaged models and subject effects models to repeated binary data are discussed and their implementation with the aid of SAS are illustrated by example. comparisons with other approaches are also considered.

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ANALYSING BINARY DATA IN A REPEATED MEASUREMENTS SETTING USING SAS

Whilst the repeated measurements methods appropriate for the analysis of normally distributed data are well established, methods for handling binary and categorical data in a repeated measurements context are not so commonly known or used. The application of population averaged models and subject effects models to repeated binary data are discussed and their implementation with the aid of SAS are illustrated by example. comparisons with other approaches are also considered.