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Some issues on longitudinal data with nonignorable dropout, a discussion of “Statistical Inference for Nonignorable Missing-Data Problems: A Selective Review” by Niansheng Tang and Yuanyuan Ju

Lei Wang

School of Statistics and Data Science & LPMC, Nankai University, Tianjin, People's Republic of China

Pages 137-139 | Received 07 Sep. 2018, Accepted 10 Sep. 2018, Published online: 18 Sep. 2018,
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