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Calculating the Expected Value of Sample Information in Practice: Considerations from three case studies
Practical Considerations for the Efficient Computation of the Expected Value of Sample Information to Prioritize Research in Health Care
Calculating the Expected Value of Sample Information in Practice: Considerations from Three Case Studies
Computing the Expected Value of Sample Information Efficiently: Expertise and Skills Required for Four Model-Based Methods
Estimating the Expected Value of Sample Information Across Different Sample Sizes Using Moment Matching and Nonlinear Regression
Calculating the Expected Value of Sample Information using Efficient Nested Monte Carlo: A Tutorial
Calculating the Expected Value of Sample Information using Efficient Nested Monte Carlo: A Tutorial
Estimating the Expected Value of Sample Information across Different Sample Sizes using Moment Matching and Non-Linear Regression
An Efficient Calculation Method for the Expected Value of Sample Information: Can we do it? Yes, we can
Bayesian Cost-Effectiveness Analysis with the R package BCEA
Value of sample information as a tool in clinical trial design
A Review of Methods for the Analysis of the Expected Value of Information
Efficient Monte Carlo Estimation of the Expected Value of Sample Information Using Moment Matching
Efficient Monte Carlo Estimation of the Expected Value of Sample Information using Moment Matching
Estimating the expected value of partial perfect information in health economic evaluations using Integrated Nested Laplace Approximation
When simple becomes complicated: Why Excel should lose its place at the top table
A Review of Methods for the Analysis of the Expected Value of Information
Estimating the Expected Value of Partial Perfect Information in Health Economic Evaluations using Integrated Nested Laplace Approximation
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