Bayesian Cost-Effectiveness Analysis with the R package BCEA

Check out our book on the BCEA R package published by Springer in the UseR! series. This book is co-authored by myself, Andrea Berardi and Anna Heath.

  • Table of contents
  • Preface
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  • BCEA - an R package to run Bayesian health economic evaluations (used throughout the book and specifically in the examples)

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Errata corrige

Despite our best effort, there are a few typos or imprecisions in the published version of Bayesian Cost-Effectiveness Analysis with the R package BCEA. We report those we have identified and welcome (well… we hope there won’t be many, but you know…) notification of any other mistakes (that can be highlighted by emailing me).

  • Page 32 (Table 2.1). The first two logNormal distributions are defined in terms of precisions (1/sdlog), while the remaining variables modelled as logNormal are defined in terms of standard deviations.
  • Page 42 (section 2.3.2). The first line of the code should read

Last updated: Thursday 29 November 2018
Gianluca Baio
Gianluca Baio
Professor of Statistics and Health Economics