TITLE

Multi-level zero-inflated poisson regression modelling of correlated count data with excess zeros

AUTHOR(S)
Lee, Andy H.; Kui Wang; Scott, Jane A.; Yau, Kelvin K. W.; McLachlan, Geoffrey J.; Wang, Kui
PUB. DATE
February 2006
SOURCE
Statistical Methods in Medical Research;Feb2006, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p47
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
journal article
ABSTRACT
Count data with excess zeros relative to a Poisson distribution are common in many biomedical applications. A popular approach to the analysis of such data is to use a zero-inflated Poisson (ZIP) regression model. Often, because of the hierarchical study design or the data collection procedure, zero-inflation and lack of independence may occur simultaneously, which render the standard ZIP model inadequate. To account for the preponderance of zero counts and the inherent correlation of observations, a class of multi-level ZIP regression model with random effects is presented. Model fitting is facilitated using an expectation-maximization algorithm, whereas variance components are estimated via residual maximum likelihood estimating equations. A score test for zero-inflation is also presented. The multi-level ZIP model is then generalized to cope with a more complex correlation structure. Application to the analysis of correlated count data from a longitudinal infant feeding study illustrates the usefulness of the approach.
ACCESSION #
19650541

 

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