# Download Model 1488 Rar

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## Download Model 1488 rar

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Where possible, information about the 20 % of observations lost to follow-up was included in the analysis [12]. Simple rate ratios were calculated using person days of follow-up, and the Poisson and negative binomial regression models allowed for varying lengths of follow-up through inclusion of an offset in the model. The survival models allow for varying lengths of follow-up through censoring. However, it is not possible to allow for follow-up time for intervention effect estimates 4, 8 and 9.

Poisson regression and negative binomial regression models gave very similar results for the RaR, even when there was a significant amount of overdispersion. This was expected given these distributions have the same expected value [13, 26]. The standard error of the RaR estimated from Poisson regression will be too small in the presence of overdispersion, which will have implications for the weights in meta-analytic models. In this simulation, the underestimation of the standard error was only slight but was most noticeable with both a high mean and a lot of overdispersion. Trials that are analysed using Poisson regression in the presence of overdispersion will receive too much weight in the meta-analysis. The impact of not allowing for overdispersion, and subsequent underestimation of the variance of the intervention effect, was evident when comparing the fixed effect meta-analysis confidence intervals calculated from using Poisson regression compared with the negative binomial regression in the empirical study.

Adjusting the survival analyses for multiple events also gave estimates close to those from the negative binomial regression, although the confidence intervals were wider, especially as the mean increases. An exception to this was the Andersen-Gill method that gave an estimate of the HR that was, on average, slightly further from 1 than the negative binomial RaR. The difference between the estimates increases as the mean increases, which may lead to a different interpretation of the intervention effect and make it unreasonable to combine Andersen-Gill HR estimates with those estimated from the negative binomial regression. All survival models in these simulations make the assumption of proportional hazards. In our simulations, the proportional hazards assumption is likely to be true because of the way the data was generated but may not be so for any particular RCT.

The ratio of medians is clearly inappropriate where the event rate is low as the medians in one or both groups are likely to be zero. As the event rate increases, the average difference between estimates calculated from the ratio of medians and negative binomial regression is small. However, in any particular trial, the difference could be large, as indicated by the large standard deviation of the differences. Especially when the mean is low, the distribution of the ratio of medians is highly concentrated at discrete values but becomes smoother as the mean increases. This could lead to different variances compared with the other models. In practice, it is difficult to use the ratio of medians as the standard error cannot be computed from commonly reported statistics. There is a formula for the 95 % confidence interval of the ratio of medians, but calculation requires the original data [27]. An alternative to using this formula, but still requiring the original data, is to use a method such as bootstrapping to compute the standard errors. More commonly, trial authors will report one of the other effect measures, such as the simple RaR (or at least the raw data that allows this ratio to be calculated). Calculation of the ratio of means is likely to be possible from many studies where the means are reported. There is a standard formula that calculates an approximate standard error from the mean, standard deviation and number of individuals in each of the arms of the study [4].

We have concentrated on the point estimates, with no detailed examination of the variances of these. Thus, more questions remain to be answered about meta-analysis of count data outcomes analysed using alternative methods. The impact of the trial analytical method on meta-analytic intervention effects, their standard errors and heterogeneity needs to be investigated. The impact is likely to vary by the chosen meta-analysis model (random effects versus fixed effect), so any investigation should examine both models. This simulation only examined data that were missing completely at random. This is overly simplistic, and research examining the impact of different missing data mechanisms and how these interact with the trial and meta-analysis methods would be valuable.

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Table 2 gives an overview of the key RAR metrics that have been derived from actigraphy recordings in psychiatry (definitions and descriptions of each metric are provided in Table 3 in Appendix) (Calogiuri et al. 2013; Ancoli-Israel et al. 2003). As shown, investigators have focused on different rhythmometric procedures, which need to be considered when interpreting the map. For instance, early studies were likely to report parametric statistics (especially in the USA) (Nelson et al. 1979). Three variables (mesor, acrophase and amplitude) were estimated using cosinor methods (with the p value signifying the probability that the data really show circadian periodicity), whilst more recently these metrics have been derived using regression techniques (which report similar variables but assume more complex patterns and rhythms and are more robust for larger study populations) (Fernandez and Hermida 1998). Non-parametric methods report a wider range of variables to describe the quantity and timing of activity and rest, and especially provide insights into variability/stability of rhythms and any RAR disruptions (Calogiuri et al. 2013; Natale et al. 2009). They are often preferred to parametric models and it is argued that non-parametric models better represent the complexity of RAR than cosinor models (van Someren et al. 1997). Variables derived from basic sleep analysis (such as total sleep time: TST) are probably the most widely reported measures in research in BD. One reason for this is that these sleep quantity are much easier to estimate from raw data (and do not rely on more complex algorithms). Sleep variables are useful for estimating duration and fragmentation of sleep patterns but are less reflective of circadian rhythmicity. Estimation of variability in values for each sleep parameter is encouraged in contemporary literature on RAR and greater reporting of sleep onset/offset/midpoint or sleep regularity index has been employed to give a greater insight into rhythmometrics (Bei et al. 2016).

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