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Am J Epidemiol. 1976 Dec;104(6):609-20.

Stratification by a multivariate confounder score.


The complexity and inefficiency of multiple cross-classification as a means of controlling confounding in etiologic research may be avoided upon summarizing the pattern of confounding factors for each subject in terms of a multivariate score. The control of confounding may be based on stratification by the score, with stratum-specific contingency tables obtained and analyzed in the usual manner.

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