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MEMCARE-SRC Speaker Series - Shared screen with speaker view
Susan Korrick
37:27
How do you decide which exposures to combine in an index?
amanda goodrich
40:50
How does BMIM differ from hierarchal BKMR models?
Rainer Lohmann (he/him), Univ. of Rhode Island
45:27
can you re-run once you identify a key index, and un-cluster that index to figure out which individual chemical was driving that index?
D'Ann Williams, JHU-CLF (she/her/hers)
47:59
How are exposures within the indicies referenced to "health significant" values?
D'Ann Williams, JHU-CLF (she/her/hers)
49:57
YEs
Elaine M Faustman, RAC lead, University of Washington Seattle
50:35
How were non-detects handled in this dataset? How did your results differ from those that this project had already determined?
Elaine M Faustman, RAC lead, University of Washington Seattle
52:01
Thanks very interesting presentation
Stephanie Eick
52:19
How do you deal with some of the non-chemical exposures that could be binary or have a small number of categories, as opposed to the chemicals that are continuous and could be more easily scaled?
Stephanie Eick
01:08:38
this is helpful - thank you!
Wei-Ting Hwang
01:09:10
Great presentation!
Yu Ni
01:09:12
Is it possible that this method can be applied with mediation analysis?
Shawn McElmurry
01:09:52
Thank you Brent. You present this information in a very approachable way.
Luis E. Maldonado
01:10:24
Thank you for a great talk. It was very clear.
Brent Coull
01:10:41
https://arxiv.org/abs/1811.10453
Yu Ni
01:10:49
Thanks a lot!!
Derek
01:11:02
Sorry - the GitHub link leads to a 404 - wondering if it will be updated soon?
Derek
01:11:29
Sorry there was a typo on my part
Luis E. Maldonado
01:11:40
Works for me as well
D'Ann Williams, JHU-CLF (she/her/hers)
01:12:04
Thank you! Fantastic work!
Wei-Ting Hwang
01:12:06
Thank you!