# DataONE:Stats/RecurrentEventRegression

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- | Normal linear regression not good enough. Was exploring censored negative binomial, but how about Andersen-Gill survival analysis instead? | + | Normal linear regression not good enough for modelling citations, especially when the papers are published across a wide span of years. Was exploring censored negative binomial, but how about Andersen-Gill survival analysis instead? |

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To be explored later, when I need it again... | To be explored later, when I need it again... | ||

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Normal linear regression not good enough for modelling citations, especially when the papers are published across a wide span of years. Was exploring censored negative binomial, but how about Andersen-Gill survival analysis instead?

Some papers in Mendeley:

Mendeley citation generator

To be explored later, when I need it again...