Bootstrap model averaging in time series studies of particulate matter air pollution and mortality
The consensus from time series studies that have investigated the mortality effects of participate matter air pollution (PM) is that increases in PM are associated with increases in daily mortality. However, recently concerns have been raised that the observed positive association between PM and mortality may be an artefact of model selection due to multiple hypothesis testing. This problem arises when a number of models are investigated, but only the "best" model is reported and all subsequent...[Show more]
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