get_reference: Get D-score reference

Description Usage Arguments Value Note References See Also

View source: R/get_reference.R

Description

The get_reference() function selects the D-score reference distribution.

Usage

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get_reference(population = "gcdg", references = dscore::builtin_references)

Arguments

population

A string describing the population. Currently supported are "dutch" and "gcdg" (default).

references

A data.frame with the same structure as builtin_references. The default is to use builtin_references.

Value

A data.frame with the LMS reference values.

Note

No references for population "gsed" exist. The function will silently rewrite population = "gsed" into to the population = "gsed".

The "dutch" reference was published in Van Buuren (2014)

The "gcdg" was calculated from 15 cohorts with direct observations (Weber, 2019).

References

Van Buuren S (2014). Growth charts of human development. Stat Methods Med Res, 23(4), 346-368.

Weber AM, Rubio-Codina M, Walker SP, van Buuren S, Eekhout I, Grantham-McGregor S, Caridad Araujo M, Chang SM, Fernald LCH, Hamadani JD, Hanlon A, Karam SM, Lozoff B, Ratsifandrihamanana L, Richter L, Black MM (2019). The D-score: a metric for interpreting the early development of infants and toddlers across global settings. BMJ Global Health, BMJ Global Health 4: e001724. https://gh.bmj.com/content/bmjgh/4/6/e001724.full.pdf.

See Also

builtin_references()


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