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MOESM1 of Inverse-probability weighting and multiple imputation for evaluating selection bias in the estimation of childhood obesity prevalence using data from electronic health records

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posted on 21.01.2020 by Carmen Sayon-Orea, Conchi Moreno-Iribas, Josu Delfrade, Manuela Sanchez-Echenique, Pilar Amiano, Eva Ardanaz, Javier Gorricho, Garbiñe Basterra, Marian Nuin, Marcela Guevara
Additional file 1: Table S1. Odds Ratio and 95% confidence interval (OR 95%CI) of complete data at 6 years according to baseline characteristics. Table S2. Odds Ratio and 95% confidence interval (OR 95%CI) of complete data at 7 years according to baseline characteristics. Table S3. Odds Ratio and 95% confidence interval (OR 95%CI) of complete data at 8 years according to baseline characteristics. Table S4. Odds Ratio and 95% confidence interval (OR 95%CI) of complete data at 9 years according to baseline characteristics. Table S5. Odds Ratio and 95% confidence interval (OR 95%CI) of complete data at 10 years according to baseline characteristics. Table S6. Odds Ratio and 95% confidence interval (OR 95%CI) of complete data at 11 years according to baseline characteristics. Table S7. Odds Ratio and 95% confidence interval (OR 95%CI) of complete data at 12 years according to baseline characteristics. Table S8. Odds Ratio and 95% confidence interval (OR 95%CI) of complete data at 13 years according to baseline characteristics. Table S9. Odds Ratio and 95% confidence interval (OR 95%CI) of complete data at 14 years according to baseline characteristics. Table S10. Complete data and IPW adjusted prevalence and 95% confidence interval for every age between 6 to 14 years.

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