State of the art in selection of variables and functional forms in multivariable analysis—outstanding issues
Diagnostic and Prognostic Research, April 2020
Willi Sauerbrei, Aris Perperoglou, Matthias Schmid, Michal Abrahamowicz, Heiko Becher, Harald Binder, Daniela Dunkler, Frank E. Harrell, Patrick Royston, Georg Heinze
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