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Farrington, Paddy; Whitaker, Heather J. and Hocine, Mounia N. (2009). Case series analysis for censored, perturbed, or curtailed post-event exposures. Biostatistics, 10(1) pp. 3–16.

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Hocine, Mounia N.; Musonda, Patrick; Andrews, Nick J. and Farrington, Paddy (2009). Sequential case series analysis for pharmacovigilance. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society), 172(1) pp. 213–236.

Hocine, M. N.; Tubert-Bitter, P.; Moreau, T.; Chavance, M.; Varon, E. and Guillemot, D. (2007). Relative risk-ratio was a useful measure of differential association in cohort and case-series studies. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 60(4) pp. 361–365.

Hocine, Mounia; Whitaker, Heather and Farrington, Paddy (2007). Case series analysis. In: Ruggeri, Fabrizio; Kenett, Ron and Faltin, Frederick W. eds. Encyclopedia of Statistics in Quality and Reliability. Chichester: Wiley, pp. 1783–1788.

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Musonda, Patrick; Hocine, Mounia N.; Whitaker, Heather J. and Farrington, C. Paddy (2008). Self-controlled case series method: small sample performance. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 52(4) pp. 1942–1957. file

Musonda, Patrick; Hocine, Mounia N.; Andrews, Nick J.; Tubert-Bitter, Pascale and Farrington, Paddy C. (2008). Monitoring vaccine safety using case series cumulative sum charts. Vaccine, 26(42) pp. 5358–5367.

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Whitaker, Heather J.; Hocine, Mounia N. and Farrington, C. Paddy (2009). The methodology of self-controlled case series studies. Statistical Methods in Medical Research, 18(1) pp. 7–26. file

Whitaker, Heather J.; Hocine, Mounia N. and Farrington, C. Paddy (2007). On case-crossover methods for environmental time series data. Environmetrics, 18(2) pp. 157–171.

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