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3,921 Possible Causes for inference

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  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    Analysis is based on Bayesian inference.[] Bayesian evolutionary inference analysis was performed using the BEAST software platform to assess the genetic relationships, evolution rate, and evolutionary history of norovirus[]

  • Influenza

    Indeed, from the data presented in the paper by de Boer et al. it can be inferred that replacing QIV for TIV would mean a 25-29% budget increase for seasonal influenza vaccination[]

  • Dementia

    Next, we discuss the limitations of integrating findings from decision-making research into capacity assessments, including the group-to-individual inference problem, the[]

  • Endocrine Dysfunction

    No statistical inferences were made for the risk of primary adrenal insufficiency or insulin-deficient diabetes due to the smaller number of events.[]

  • Viral Lower Respiratory Infection

    However, lack of controls limits our ability to infer a causal association and therefore our results must be interpreted with caution [31] , [32] .[]

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    We extracted data from studies that reported proportions of children with symptoms at time points, provided continuous data from which proportions could be inferred, or presented[]

  • Malignant Neoplasm

    The use of the out of date term ‘Carcinoid’ exacerbates the issue given that it decodes to ‘ carcinoma like ‘ which infers it is not a proper cancer. See more below.[] The situation is made even more confusing by those who use the term “Carcinoid and Neuroendocrine Tumors” inferring that it is a separate disease from the widely accepted[]

  • Skin Infection

    Because of the cross sectional nature of the data, this study, as with much housing research internationally, has limited capacity to infer causation [ 31 , 37 – 39 ].[]

  • Ovulation

    Primary outcome was post-treatment ovulation rate inferred from menstrual diaries and salivary progesterone (12 12 weeks).[]

  • Bubonic Plague

    We propose a new stochastic model describing how bubonic plague outbreaks unfold in both rat and human populations, and perform Bayesian inference under this model using a[]

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