Publications

  1. Manrique-Vallier, D. (2020) “Review of capture-recapture methods for the social and medical sciences,” The American Statistician, 74(2):207–208.
  2. Johndrow, J.E., Lum, K., and Manrique-Vallier, D. (2019) “Low-risk population size estimates in the presence of capture heterogeneity,” Biometrika, 106(1):197–210, ISSN 0006-3444.
  3. Manrique-Vallier, D. and Ball, P. (2019) “Reality and risk: A refutation of s. rendón’s analysis of the peruvian truth and reconciliation commission’s conflict mortality study,” Research & Politics, 6(1):2053168019835628. [pdf]
  4. Manrique-Vallier, D. and Hu, J. (2018) “Bayesian nonparametric generation of fully synthetic multivariate categorical data in the presence of structural zeros,” Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society).

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  5. Manrique-Vallier, D. (2016) “Bayesian population size estimation using dirichlet process mixtures,” Biometrics, 72(4):1246–1254.

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  6. Carrig, M.M., Manrique-Vallier, D., Ranby, K.W., Reiter, J.P., and Hoyle, R.H. (2015) “A nonparametric, multiple imputation-based method for the retrospective integration of data sets,” Multivariate Behavioral Research, 50(4):383–397.

     

  7. Manrique-Vallier, D. and Reiter, J.P. (2017) “Bayesian simultaneous edit and imputation for multivariate categorical data,” Journal of the American Statistical Association, 112(520):1708–1719.

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  8. Manrique-Vallier, D. (2014a) “Longitudinal mixed membership trajectory models for disability survey data,” Annals of Applied Statistics, 8:2268–2291.

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  9. Manrique-Vallier, D. and Reiter, J.P. (2014b) “Bayesian multiple imputation for large-scale categorical data with structural zeros,” Survey Methodology, 40(1):125–134.

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  10. Manrique-Vallier, D. and Reiter, J.P. (2014a) “Bayesian estimation of discrete multivariate latent structure models with structural zeros,” Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics, 23(4):1061–1079.

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  11. Manrique-Vallier, D. and Reiter, J.P. (2012) “Estimating identification disclosure risk using mixed membership models,” Journal of the American Statistical Association, 107(500):1385–1394.

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  12. Fienberg, S.E. and Manrique-Vallier, D. (2009) “Integrated methodology for multiple systems estimation and record linkage using a missing data formulation,” AStA-Advances in Statistical Analysis, 93(1):49–60.

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  13. Manrique-Vallier, D. and Fienberg, S. (2008) “Population size estimation using individual level mixture models,” Biometrical Journal, 50(6):1051–1063.

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  14. Gross, J.H. and Manrique-Vallier, D. (2014) “A mixed membership approach to political ideology,” in E.M. Airoldi, D.M. Blei, E.A. Erosheva, and S.E. Fienberg (eds.), Handbook of Mixed Membership Models and Their Applications, Handbooks of Modern Statistical Methods, Chapman & Hall/CRC, 119–138.

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  15. Manrique-Vallier, D. (2014b) “Mixed membership trajectory models,” in E.M. Airoldi, D.M. Blei, E.A. Erosheva, and S.E. Fienberg (eds.), Handbook of Mixed Membership Models and Their Applications, Chapman & Hall/CRC, 173–187.

     

  16. Manrique-Vallier, D., Price, M., and Gohdes, A. (2013) “Multiple systems estimation techniques for estimating casualties in armed conflicts,” in T.B. Seybolt, J.D. Aronson, and B. Fischhoff (eds.), Counting Civilian Casualites: An Introduction to Recording and Estimating Nonmilitary Deaths in Conflicts, Studies in Strategic Peacebuilding, chap. 9, US: Oxford University Press, 165–182.

     

  17. Fienberg, S.E. and Manrique-Vallier, D. (2011) “Log linear model methods,” in R. Keneth and S. Salini (eds.), Modern Analysis of Customer Surveys, chap. 10, UK: John Wiley & Sons, 217–229.

     

  18. Manrique-Vallier, D. and Fienberg, S. (2009) “Longitudinal mixed-membership models for survey data on disability,” in Proceedings of the XXVth International Symposium on Methodology Issues, Statistics Canada, Statistics Canada.

     

  19. Ball, P., Asher, J., Sulmont, D., and Manrique, D. (2003) “How many peruvians have died? An estimate of the total number of victims killed or disappeared in the armed internal conflict between 1980 and 2000,” AAAS. Report to the Peruvian Truth and Reconciliation Commission (CVR). Also published as Anexo 2 (Anexo Estadístico) of CVR Report.

     

Submitted and Working

  • Manrique-Vallier, D., Ball, Patrick, and Sadinle, M. (2019) “Capture-Recapture for Casualty Estimation and Beyond: Recent Advances and Research Directions”

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  • Manrique-Vallier, D., Ball,P. and Sulmont, D. (2019) “Estimating the Number of Fatal Victims of the Peruvian Internal Armed Conflict, 1980-2000: an application of modern multi-list Capture-Recapture techniques”

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