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J M Robins, M A Hernán, B Brumback. Epidemiology 2000
Times Cited: 2729







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197 articles co-cited >1



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Constructing inverse probability weights for marginal structural models.
Stephen R Cole, Miguel A Hernán. Am J Epidemiol 2008
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Methods for dealing with time-dependent confounding.
R M Daniel, S N Cousens, B L De Stavola, M G Kenward, J A C Sterne. Stat Med 2013
163
8

Marginal structural models in clinical research: when and how to use them?
Tyler Williamson, Pietro Ravani. Nephrol Dial Transplant 2017
43
16


An introduction to g methods.
Ashley I Naimi, Stephen R Cole, Edward H Kennedy. Int J Epidemiol 2017
84
7

A structural approach to selection bias.
Miguel A Hernán, Sonia Hernández-Díaz, James M Robins. Epidemiology 2004
5

Estimating causal effects from epidemiological data.
Miguel A Hernán, James M Robins. J Epidemiol Community Health 2006
519
5

Sensitivity Analysis in Observational Research: Introducing the E-Value.
Tyler J VanderWeele, Peng Ding. Ann Intern Med 2017
5


A tutorial on propensity score estimation for multiple treatments using generalized boosted models.
Daniel F McCaffrey, Beth Ann Griffin, Daniel Almirall, Mary Ellen Slaughter, Rajeev Ramchand, Lane F Burgette. Stat Med 2013
518
4


Immortal time bias in pharmaco-epidemiology.
Samy Suissa. Am J Epidemiol 2008
957
4




Per-Protocol Analyses of Pragmatic Trials.
Miguel A Hernán, James M Robins. N Engl J Med 2017
189
4

The hazards of hazard ratios.
Miguel A Hernán. Epidemiology 2010
480
4

Variable selection for propensity score models.
M Alan Brookhart, Sebastian Schneeweiss, Kenneth J Rothman, Robert J Glynn, Jerry Avorn, Til Stürmer. Am J Epidemiol 2006
4


Targeted maximum likelihood estimation for a binary treatment: A tutorial.
Miguel Angel Luque-Fernandez, Michael Schomaker, Bernard Rachet, Mireille E Schnitzer. Stat Med 2018
30
13

Implementation of G-computation on a simulated data set: demonstration of a causal inference technique.
Jonathan M Snowden, Sherri Rose, Kathleen M Mortimer. Am J Epidemiol 2011
146
4

Handling time varying confounding in observational research.
Mohammad Ali Mansournia, Mahyar Etminan, Goodarz Danaei, Jay S Kaufman, Gary Collins. BMJ 2017
131
4

Coding algorithms for defining comorbidities in ICD-9-CM and ICD-10 administrative data.
Hude Quan, Vijaya Sundararajan, Patricia Halfon, Andrew Fong, Bernard Burnand, Jean-Christophe Luthi, L Duncan Saunders, Cynthia A Beck, Thomas E Feasby, William A Ghali. Med Care 2005
3

Results of multivariable logistic regression, propensity matching, propensity adjustment, and propensity-based weighting under conditions of nonuniform effect.
Tobias Kurth, Alexander M Walker, Robert J Glynn, K Arnold Chan, J Michael Gaziano, Klaus Berger, James M Robins. Am J Epidemiol 2006
479
3


Effect of highly active antiretroviral therapy on time to acquired immunodeficiency syndrome or death using marginal structural models.
Stephen R Cole, Miguel A Hernán, James M Robins, Kathryn Anastos, Joan Chmiel, Roger Detels, Carolyn Ervin, Joseph Feldman, Ruth Greenblatt, Lawrence Kingsley,[...]. Am J Epidemiol 2003
204
3

Methods for time-varying exposure related problems in pharmacoepidemiology: An overview.
Laura Pazzagli, Marie Linder, Mingliang Zhang, Emese Vago, Paul Stang, David Myers, Morten Andersen, Shahram Bahmanyar. Pharmacoepidemiol Drug Saf 2018
37
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Methodological considerations when analysing and interpreting real-world data.
Til Stürmer, Tiansheng Wang, Yvonne M Golightly, Alex Keil, Jennifer L Lund, Michele Jonsson Funk. Rheumatology (Oxford) 2020
20
15

High-dimensional propensity score adjustment in studies of treatment effects using health care claims data.
Sebastian Schneeweiss, Jeremy A Rassen, Robert J Glynn, Jerry Avorn, Helen Mogun, M Alan Brookhart. Epidemiology 2009
664
3

Number needed to treat is incorrect without proper time-related considerations.
Daniel Suissa, Paul Brassard, Brielan Smiechowski, Samy Suissa. J Clin Epidemiol 2012
52
5

Data Resource Profile: Clinical Practice Research Datalink (CPRD).
Emily Herrett, Arlene M Gallagher, Krishnan Bhaskaran, Harriet Forbes, Rohini Mathur, Tjeerd van Staa, Liam Smeeth. Int J Epidemiol 2015
3

Flexible regression models with cubic splines.
S Durrleman, R Simon. Stat Med 1989
3


Overadjustment bias and unnecessary adjustment in epidemiologic studies.
Enrique F Schisterman, Stephen R Cole, Robert W Platt. Epidemiology 2009
3



Adjusted survival curves with inverse probability weights.
Stephen R Cole, Miguel A Hernán. Comput Methods Programs Biomed 2004
481
3





Super learner.
Mark J van der Laan, Eric C Polley, Alan E Hubbard. Stat Appl Genet Mol Biol 2007
520
3

G-computation, propensity score-based methods, and targeted maximum likelihood estimator for causal inference with different covariates sets: a comparative simulation study.
Arthur Chatton, Florent Le Borgne, Clémence Leyrat, Florence Gillaizeau, Chloé Rousseau, Laetitia Barbin, David Laplaud, Maxime Léger, Bruno Giraudeau, Yohann Foucher. Sci Rep 2020
10
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Estimation and Accuracy after Model Selection.
Bradley Efron. J Am Stat Assoc 2014
61
4

A definition of causal effect for epidemiological research.
M A Hernán. J Epidemiol Community Health 2004
223
3


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