### Table - Some hypothetical situations with birthweight (in grams) and gestational age (in weeks) and the experts (means) and model estimated risks (in percent). Weight Gestational age Risk of expert Risk of model

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"... In PAGE 4: ... Using parameter estimates from the best fitting model, a number of descriptive statistics were calculated: heritability (h2, ie the percentage genetic variance over total variance), common environment- ability (c2, ie percentage common environmental variance over total variance), and percentage vari- ance explained by gestational age. Results Table1 contains means and standard deviations for birth weights and gestational ages for oldest and youngest of the twins in 12 groups. Mean gestational age is 37.... ..."

### Table 1: Bivariate logistic regression analysis of small for gestational age births in twins

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"... In PAGE 14: ....83) and centered close to one (mean = 1.4, median = 1.1) suggesting that the multivariate t distribution closely approximates the multivariate logistic. [ Table1 about here.] 6.... In PAGE 14: ...] 6.3 Results Table1 presents posterior summaries of the regression coefficients, as well as maximum likelihood estimates from the bivariate logistic model of Ananth and Preisser. Female gender,... ..."

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### Table 1 Characteristics of the total cohort Characteristics Preterm Term

"... In PAGE 4: ... Results Subjects MRI scans of 202 preterm infants and 36 term control infants were analysed. Table1 shows the characteristics of the cohort. There was no difference in mean gestational age at MRI between the term and preterm infants (P = 0.... ..."

### TABLE 6 The nuclear size and percentage of nonciliated and ciliated bronchiolar epithelial cells at 30 days of gestation and 4 and 17 weeks of post-natal age in rabbits

### Table 2. Perinatal mortality rates by specified Hispanic origin and race for non-Hispanic origin: Total of 31 States, 1989, and 36 States and the District of Columbia, 1990 and 1991 [Perinatal Definition I includes infant deaths under 7 days of age and fetal deaths with stated or presumed period of gestation of 28 weeks or more; Perinatal Definition II includes infant deaths under 28 days of age and fetal deaths with stated or presumed period of gestation of 20 weeks or more; Perinatal Definition III includes infant deaths under 7 days of age and fetal deaths with stated or presumed period of gestation of 20 weeks or more; see Technical notes. Fetal deaths and live births based on race and Hispanic origin of mother; infant deaths based on race and Hispanic origin of child; see Technical notes. Rates per 1,000 live births and specified fetal deaths]

### Table 10: Parameters estimates for the ultrasound femur length using all available data for the total TBU-SGA data set. The femur length is modelled to be linear in the logarithm of the gestational age in days. The random coe cient regression parameter estimates in the second column are from using the generalized least squares estimation and the third column from using maximum likelihood estimates using the EM algorithm, see A.2. The location parameters are denoted with a subindex for SGA or non-SGA births and for site (T=Trondheim, B=Bergen and U=Uppsala). The variance is denoted 2 and the covariance matrix of the location parameters . The ratio of the loglikelihoods inserted the two sets of parameter estimates show a that the di erence in the sets of parameter estimates is small.

### Table 2. Species specific data for body weight, day range, gestation length (gest), weaning age (wean) and inter-birth interval (ibi). (Data collected from the same study site as used for activity budget data are in bold; data from wild animals from other sites are in plain text; data from captive animals are underlined). body weight (kg) day gest wean ibi

### Table 1: The selected explanatory variables from the Scandinavian SGA data set. The column denoted \Measures quot; give the standard number of measurements for each explanatory variable.

"... In PAGE 33: ...0 1.000057 Table1 0: Parameters estimates for the ultrasound femur length using all available data for the total TBU-SGA data set. The femur length is modelled to be linear in the logarithm of the gestational age in days.... ..."