Technical reports:

  • Hoffmann, S., F. Schönbrodt, R. Elsas, R. Wilson, U. Strasser, Boulesteix, A. L. (2020). The multiplicity of analysis strategies jeopardizes replicability: lessons learned across disciplines. MetaArXiv. February 19. doi:10.31222/osf.io/afb9p.
  • Klau, S. *, Hoffmann, S.,*, Patel, C., Ioannidis,  J., Boulesteix, A. L. (2020). Examining the robustness of observational associations to model, measurement and sampling uncertainty with the vibration of effects framework. Technical Report 233, Department of Statistics, LMU. *Both authors contributed equally to this work.
  • Klau, S., Schönbrodt, F., Patel, C., Ioannidis, J., Boulesteix, A. L., Hoffmann, S., (2020). Comparing the vibration of effects due to model, data pre-processing and sampling uncertainty on a large data set in personality psychology. Technical Report 232, Department of Statistics, LMU
Referred articles:
  • Hoffmann, S., Crispin, A., Lindoerfer, D., Sroczynski, G., Siebert, U., Mansmann, U., & FARKOR Consortium  (2020) Evaluating the effects of a risk-adapted screening program for familial colorectal cancer in individuals between 25 and 50 years of age: study protocol for the prospective population-based intervention study FARKOR. BMC gastroenterology 20: 1-9.
  • Boulesteix, A. L., Wright, M. N., Hoffmann, S., & König, I. R. (2019). Statistical learning approaches in the genetic epidemiology of complex diseases. Human genetics, 1-12.
  • Klau, S., Martin‐Magniette, M. L., Boulesteix, A. L.*, & Hoffmann, S.* (2019). Sampling uncertainty versus method uncertainty: A general framework with applications to omics biomarker selection. Biometrical Journal (accepted). *Both authors contributed equally to this work.
  • Durand, T., Berzero G., Bompaire F., Hoffmann, S., Léger, I., Jego, V., Baruteau, M., Delgadillo, D., Taillia, H., Psimaras, D., & Ricard D. (2018). Episodic Memory Impairments in Primary Brain Tumor Patients. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 33 (8), 949–955.
  • Hoffmann, S., Guihenneuc, C., & Ancelet, S. (2018). A cautionary comment on the generation of Berkson error in epidemiological studies. Radiation and Environmental Biophysics, 57(2), 189-193.
  • Hoffmann, S., Laurier, D., Rage, E., Guihenneuc, C., & Ancelet, S. (2018). Shared and unshared exposure measurement error in occupational cohort studies and their effects on statistical inference in proportional hazards models. PloS One, 13(2), e0190792.
  • Hoffmann, S., Rage, E., Laurier, D., Laroche, P., Guihenneuc, C., & Ancelet, S. (2017). Accounting for Berkson and classical measurement error in radon exposure using a Bayesian structural approach in the analysis of lung cancer mortality in the French cohort of uranium miners. Radiation Research, 187(2), 196-209.
  • Hoffmann, S., & Sobotzki, C. (2017). Response to'avoidance of sun exposure as a risk factor for major causes of death: a competing risk analysis of the Melanoma in Southern Sweden cohort'. Journal of internal medicine, 281(6), 622.