Considered as one of the journal's highlights
A paper by Halimu Haliduola - published March 2022 as part of his PhD thesis in the Biometrical Journal
A paper ↗ by Halimu Haliduola - published March 2022 as part of his PhD thesis in the Biometrical Journal is considered as one of the journal's highlights during the last couple of years and will be featured as a special talk at the CEN2023 ↗ conference.
Arne Bathke, the editor of the Biometrical Journal wrote:
We have looked through the download and citation statistics for the articles published in the last couple of years, and your paper has been downloaded by many colleagues, indicating strong interest in the topic and the content (more than 1200 downloads so far). In combination with the fact that we also consider it a very strong and interesting paper, we would like to invite you to present the paper ↗ at CEN 2023 in the above mentioned session. The paper studies an machine learning approach to impute missing longitudinal clinical trial data assuming it as a mixtrue of MNAR /not missing at random) and MAR (mising at random). - Arne Bathke