Xin-Yuan Song, Ph.D.

2001 The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong 
Statistics, Behavioral Psychology
"Xin-Yuan Song"


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Sik-yum Lee grad student 2001 Chinese University of Hong Kong
 (Bayesian analysis for complex structural equation models.)
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Jiang X, Song X, Xiong Z. (2016) Efficient and robust estimation of GARCH models Journal of Testing and Evaluation. 44: 1828-1839
Liu X, Song X, Xie S, et al. (2016) Variable selection for frailty transformation models with application to diabetic complications Canadian Journal of Statistics. 44: 375-394
Feng XN, Wang GC, Wang YF, et al. (2015) Structure detection of semiparametric structural equation models with Bayesian adaptive group lasso. Statistics in Medicine. 34: 1527-47
Wang Y, Feng XN, Song XY. (2015) Bayesian Quantile Structural Equation Models Structural Equation Modeling
Tang Y, Song X, Zhu Z. (2015) Threshold effect test in censored quantile regression Statistics and Probability Letters. 105: 149-156
Song XY, Pan D, Liu PF, et al. (2014) Bayesian analysis of transformation latent variable models with multivariate censored data. Statistical Methods in Medical Research
Song XY, Lu ZH, Cai JH, et al. (2013) A Bayesian modeling approach for generalized semiparametric structural equation models. Psychometrika. 78: 624-47
Song XY, Lu ZH. (2011) Response to "Comments on 'Bayesian variable selection for disease classification using gene expression data'". Bioinformatics (Oxford, England). 27: 2169-70
Cai JH, Song XY, Lam KH, et al. (2011) A mixture of generalized latent variable models for mixed mode and heterogeneous data Computational Statistics and Data Analysis. 55: 2889-2907
Cai JH, Song XY, Hser YI. (2010) A Bayesian analysis of mixture structural equation models with non-ignorable missing responses and covariates. Statistics in Medicine. 29: 1861-74
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