Effect Inference From Two-Group Data With Sampling Bias

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Effect Inference From Two-Group Data With Sampling Bias

By: 
Dave Zachariah; Petre Stoica

In many applications, different populations are compared using data that are sampled in a biased manner. Under sampling biases, standard methods that estimate the difference between the population means yield unreliable inferences. Here, we develop an inference method that is resilient to sampling biases and is able to control the false positive errors under moderate bias levels in contrast to the standard approach. We demonstrate the method using synthetic and real biomarker data.

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