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Table 4 Differences Between Estimations from Sparse and Dense Data, with Hausman Test Statistics (q)

From: Improving knowledge about disability transitions by adding retrospective information to panel surveys. Population Health Metrics

  Men Women
  Sparsea Dense q Sparse Dense Q
ADL       
Eating 3001.4 3140.2 0c 2910.1 3109.3 0c
I/O Bedb 3344.4 3842.6 553.4* 3519.1 4182.7 282.3*
Mobility 3441.1 4032.7 3098.1* 3771.7 4723.4 592.7*
Dressing 3244.2 3600.6 480.4* 3366.5 3885.4 0c
Bathing 3492.4 4088.9 0c 3947.2 4948.9 248.0*
Toileting 3298.6 3613.7 98.7* 3501.0 4109.2 362.1*
  1. aListed are -log likelihood values for estimates from sparse and dense data for each ADL.
  2. bI/O Bed = Getting in or out of bed.
  3. cNegative q values are treated as zeros [23,24].
  4. *p < 0.0001