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Dan Kluger
Dan Kluger
PhD Student, Department of Statistics at Stanford University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei stanford.edu
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Impact of healthcare worker shift scheduling on workforce preservation during the COVID-19 pandemic
DM Kluger, Y Aizenbud, A Jaffe, F Parisi, L Aizenbud, E Minsky-Fenick, ...
Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology 41 (12), 1443-1445, 2020
572020
Two shifts for crop mapping: Leveraging aggregate crop statistics to improve satellite-based maps in new regions
DM Kluger, S Wang, DB Lobell
Remote Sensing of Environment 262, 112488, 2021
322021
Combining randomized field experiments with observational satellite data to assess the benefits of crop rotations on yields
DM Kluger, AB Owen, DB Lobell
Environmental Research Letters 17 (4), 044066, 2022
182022
The pulse: transient fMRI signal increases in subcortical arousal systems during transitions in attention
R Li, JH Ryu, P Vincent, M Springer, D Kluger, EA Levinsohn, Y Chen, ...
Neuroimage 232, 117873, 2021
162021
Reliability of patient self‐report of cognition, awareness, and consciousness during seizures
CW Zhao, R Gebre, Y Baykara, W Chen, P Vitkovskiy, N Li, M Johnson, ...
Annals of Clinical and Translational Neurology 9 (1), 16-29, 2022
62022
A central limit theorem for the Benjamini-Hochberg false discovery proportion under a factor model
DM Kluger, AB Owen
Bernoulli 30 (1), 743-769, 2024
32024
Kernel regression analysis of tie-breaker designs
DM Kluger, AB Owen
Electronic Journal of Statistics 17 (1), 243-290, 2023
3*2023
Biases in estimates of air pollution impacts: the role of omitted variables and measurement errors
DM Kluger, DB Lobell, AB Owen
arXiv preprint arXiv:2310.08831, 2023
2023
Local linear tie-breaker designs
DM Kluger, AB Owen
2021
Impact of healthcare worker shift scheduling on workforce preservation during the COVID-19 pandemic (preprint)
DM Kluger, Y Aizenbud, A Jaffe, L Aizenbud, F Parisi, E Minsky-Fenick, ...
2020
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