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1. RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access Graphical modeling of binary data using the LASSO: a simulation study

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2. Identification of ICF categories relevant for nursing in the situation

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4. Grafische Modelle zur Darstellung komplexer Assoziationsstrukturen von Funktionsfähigkeitsdaten


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5. Graphical modeling of binary data using the LASSO: a simulation study


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6. Graphical modeling of binary data using the LASSO: a simulation study

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7. Graphical modeling of binary data using the LASSO: a simulation study

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8. Identification of aspects of functioning, disability and health relevant to patients experiencing vertigo: a qualitative study using the international classification of...


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9. Patients' functioning as predictor of nursing workload in acute hospital units providing rehabilitation care: a multi-centre cohort study


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10. Identification of ICF categories relevant for nursing in the situation of acute and early post-acute rehabilitation


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