Breslow-Day test

Breslow-Day test

A test for homogeneity of odds ratio, which is used to evaluate changes in the degree of difference between 2 datasets being analysed in 2 different periods.
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The homogeneity of odds ratios was tested using the Breslow-Day test and used to determine whether the estimated odds ratio is different between the three treatment groups.
Application of the Breslow-Day test of trend in odds ratio heterogeneity to the detection of nonuniform DIF.
The homogeneity of the odds ratios for code assignment in VA versus Medicare-reimbursed facilities was evaluated with the Breslow-Day test.
0001 Breslow-Day test for homogeneity of odds ratios p = .
Effect modification (interaction) was assessed by the Breslow-Day test of homogeneity[15] with a p-value of [less than] 0.
13] Tests of significance, when applied, utilized the chi-square statistic for frequency tables and the Breslow-Day test for homogeneity to assess the significance of statistical interaction in stratified analyses.
The Breslow-Day test of the interaction between sex and the age categories of 25 to 74 years and 75 years and older for primary care patients was statistically significant for weighted data (P <.