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Trendafilov, N. T. and Vines, K. (2009). Simple and interpretable discrimination. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 53(4) pp. 979–989.

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Jones, M. C.; Park, Heungsun; Shin, Key-Il; Vines, S. K. and Jeong, Seok-Oh (2008). Relative error prediction via kernel regression smoothers. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 138(10) pp. 2887–2898.

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Plummer, Martyn; Best, Nicky; Cowles, Kate and Vines, Karen (2006). CODA: convergence diagnosis and output analysis for MCMC. R News, 6(1) pp. 7–11.

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Razzell, Peter; Spence, Christine and Vines, Karen (2004). Poverty, birth weight, and infant weight gain in Hertfordshire, 1923-39. International Journal of Epidemiology, 33(6) pp. 1228–1233.

Thompson, O.; Gunnarson, G.; Vines, K.; Fayyad, A.; Wathen, N. and Harrington, K. (2004). Time domain measurement of blood flow in the human fetal aorta during normal pregnancy. Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology, 23(3) pp. 257–261.

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Thompson, M. O.; Vines, S. K.; Aquilina, J.; Wathern, N. C. and Harrington, K. (2002). Are placental lakes of any clinical significance? Placenta, 23(8-9) pp. 685–690.

Jolliffe, I.T.; Uddin, M. and Vines, S.K. (2002). Simplified EOFs - three alternatives to rotation. Climate Research, 20(3) pp. 271–279.

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Vines, S.K. and Farrington, C.P. (2001). Within-subject exposure dependency in case-crossover studies. Statistics in Medicine, 20(20) pp. 3039–3049.

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Vines, S. K. (2000). Simple principal components. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series C (Applied Statistics), 49(4) pp. 441–451.

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Vines, S. K.; Gilks, W. R. and Wild, P. (1996). Fitting Bayesian multiple random effects models. Statistics and Computing, 6(4) pp. 337–346.

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