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Linear mixed-effects models for central statistical monitoring of multicenter clinical trials.

Bibliographic reference Desmet, Lieven ; Venet, D ; Doffagne, E ; Timmermans, Catherine ; Burzykowski, T ; et. al. Linear mixed-effects models for central statistical monitoring of multicenter clinical trials.. In: Statistics in Medicine, Vol. 33, no. 30, p. 5265-5279 (2014)
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