Synthesizing Truncated Count Data for Confidentiality (Rmtcd)

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mtcd is a standalone C++ implementation of the statistical model proposed in “Synthesizing Truncated Count Data for Confidentiality”, developed by the Duke-NISS NCRN node (see http://sites.duke.edu/tcrn/research-projects/downloadable-software/).

Our team, part of the LDI Summer Lab 2015, created a R wrapper around mtcd, called Rmtcd. See https://github.com/ncrncornell/Rmtcd for all additional details.

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  • C. Chen, H. Kingi, A. Chou, and L. Vilhuber, ncrncornell/Rmtcd: Synthesizing Truncated Count Data for Confidentiality (Rmtcd), 2015.
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    @misc{charley_chen_2017_1034211,
    author = {Charley Chen and
    Hautahi Kingi and
    Alice Chou and
    Lars Vilhuber},
    title = {{ncrncornell/Rmtcd: Synthesizing Truncated Count
    Data for Confidentiality (Rmtcd)}},
    month = oct,
    year = 2015,
    note = {{Development of the original code was supported
    under the NSF grant SES-1131897 (NCRN Duke-NISS).
    Development of the R wrapper was supported under
    NSF Grant SES-1131848 to Cornell University (NCRN
    Cornell).}},
    doi = {10.5281/zenodo.1034211},
    url = {https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1034211}
    }