Estimated Correlations Among Days for the Combined 1989-91 CSFIICARD Staff Reports
Series Number95-SR 77
AbstractData obtained from dietary intake surveys are often used to estimate the proportion of the population with insufficient (or excessive) intake of certain dietary components. The authors present a two-step method for obtaining smooth estimates of day-to-day correlations for nutrient intake, and their standard errors, when dietary data are collected on consecutive days.
Copyright OwnerIowa State University
Citation InformationAlicia L. Carriquiry, Wayne A. Fuller, Juan José Goyeneche and Helen H Jensen. "Estimated Correlations Among Days for the Combined 1989-91 CSFII" (1995)
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