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Length Bias

Lead Author(s): Erik Gregory

Definition of Length Bias

Length bias refers to our tendency to select relatively long intervals of time when doing cross-sectional studies, due simply to the longer time period which they occupy.

Other Links

See Length Bias in Flu Symptom Duration Measurements

Topic revision: r6 - 23 Jul 2010 - 12:24:12 - MaryBanach

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