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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the Royal Statistical Society

Volume 164, Number 1, 1 January 2001

Editorial: Disease clusters and ecological studies
pp. 1-2(2)
Authors: Wakefield, J.; Quinn, M.; Raab, G.

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Disease clusters: should they be investigated, and, if so, when and how?
pp. 3-12(10)
Authors: Elliott, P.; Wakefield, J.

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Investigating disease clusters: why, when and how?
pp. 13-22(10)
Author: Wartenberg, D.

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The cluster that never was: germ warfare experiments and health authority reality in Dorset
pp. 23-27(5)
Authors: Stein, C.E.; Bennett, S.; Crook, S.; Maddison, F.

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Methods for eliciting aetiological clues from geographically clustered cases of disease, with application to leukaemia–lymphoma data
pp. 49-60(12)
Authors: Williams, J.R.; Alexander, F.E.; Cartwright, R.A.; McNally, R.J.Q.

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Models, assumptions and model checking in ecological regressions
pp. 101-118(18)
Authors: Gelman, A.; Park, D.K.; Ansolabehere, S.; Price, P.N.; Minnite, L.C.

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A statistical framework for ecological and aggregate studies
pp. 119-137(19)
Authors: Wakefield, J.; Salway, R.

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Overcoming biases and misconceptions in ecological studies
pp. 141-154(14)
Authors: Guthrie, K.A.; Sheppard, L.

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Simple methods for ecological inference in 2×2 tables
pp. 175-192(18)
Authors: Chambers, R.L.; Steel, D.G.

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Correspondence
pp. 209-212(4)

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