Daniel Fernández
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Association between internet gaming disorder or pathological video-game use and comorbid psychopathology: a comprehensive review
V González-Bueso, JJ Santamaría, D Fernández, L Merino, E Montero, ...
International journal of environmental research and public health 15 (4), 668, 2018
Internet gaming disorder in adolescents: Personality, psychopathology and evaluation of a psychological intervention combined with parent psychoeducation
V González-Bueso, JJ Santamaría, D Fernández, L Merino, E Montero, ...
Frontiers in psychology 9, 787, 2018
Mixture-based clustering for the ordered stereotype model
D Fernández, R Arnold, S Pledger
Computational Statistics & Data Analysis 93, 46-75, 2016
Estimation of spatial sampling effort based on presence-only data and accessibility
D Fernández, M Nakamura
Ecological Modelling 299, 147-155, 2015
Biclustering models for two-mode ordinal data
E Matechou, I Liu, D Fernández, M Farias, B Gjelsvik
psychometrika 81 (3), 611-624, 2016
Internet gaming disorder clustering based on personality traits in adolescents, and its relation with comorbid psychological symptoms
V González-Bueso, JJ Santamaría, I Oliveras, D Fernández, E Montero, ...
International journal of environmental research and public health 17 (5), 1516, 2020
Model selection for mixture‐based clustering for ordinal data
D Fernández, R Arnold
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Statistics 58 (4), 437-472, 2016
A method for ordinal outcomes: The ordered stereotype model
D Fernandez, I Liu, R Costilla
International journal of methods in psychiatric research 28 (4), e1801, 2019
A goodness‐of‐fit test for the ordered stereotype model
D Fernández, I Liu
Statistics in medicine 35 (25), 4660-4696, 2016
Categorising count data into ordinal responses with application to ecological communities
D Fernández, S Pledger
Journal of Agricultural, Biological, and Environmental Statistics 21 (2 …, 2016
On two mixture-based clustering approaches used in modeling an insurance portfolio
T Miljkovic, D Fernández
Risks 6 (2), 57, 2018
Are environmental pollution and biodiversity levels associated to the spread and mortality of COVID-19? A four-month global analysis
D Fernández, I Giné-Vázquez, I Liu, R Yucel, MN Ruscone, M Morena, ...
Environmental Pollution 271, 116326, 2021
Multimorbidity patterns in low-middle and high income regions: a multiregion latent class analysis using ATHLOS harmonised cohorts
I Bayes-Marin, A Sanchez-Niubo, L Egea-Cortés, H Nguyen, M Prina, ...
BMJ open 10 (7), e034441, 2020
Dependencia emocional en mujeres: una revisión de la literatura empírica
V González Bueso, JJ Santamaría, L Merino, E Montero, ...
Cuadernos de Medicina Psicosomática y Psiquiatría de Enlace, 40-53, 2018
Introducing spaced mosaic plots
D Fernández, S Pledger, R Arnold
Research Report Series 14-3. Wellington: School of Mathematics, Statistics …, 2014
Statistical considerations for crowdsourced perceptual ratings of human speech productions
D Fernández, D Harel, P Ipeirotis, T McAllister
Journal of applied statistics 46 (8), 1364-1384, 2019
Modeling unobserved heterogeneity in susceptibility to ambient benzo [a] pyrene concentration among children with allergic asthma using an unsupervised learning algorithm
D Fernández, RJ Sram, M Dostal, A Pastorkova, H Gmuender, H Choi
International journal of environmental research and public health 15 (1), 106, 2018
Joint modeling of survival and longitudinal ordered data using a semiparametric approach
K Preedalikit, I Liu, Y Hirose, N Sibanda, D Fernández
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Statistics 58 (2), 153-172, 2016
Covid-19: la malinterpretación de los datos de la pandemia daña la confianza del público
M Saez Zafra, A Figueiras Guzmán, A Alustiza, D Fernández Martínez
The Conversation, 1-15, 2020
Discussion on “Assessing the goodness of fit of logistic regression models in large samples: A modification of the Hosmer‐Lemeshow test” by Giovanni Nattino, Michael L. Pennell …
I Liu, D Fernández
Biometrics 76 (2), 564-568, 2020
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