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Alcohol use among adults in Uganda: Findings from the countrywide non-communicable diseases risk factor cross-sectional survey
(Taylor & Francis, 2016)
Background: There are limited data on levels of alcohol use in most sub-Saharan African countries. Objective: We analyzed data from Uganda’s non-communicable diseases risk factor survey conducted in 2014, to identify ...
On statistical definition of free and fair election: Bivariate normal distribution model
(Pak Publishing Group, 2014)
The coining of the expression free and fair was a good way towards evaluating elections, but fell short of qualifying its real quantification to guide an informed judgment; this paper provides guidance for such a definition. ...
On multivariate imputation and forecasting of decadal wind speed missing data
This paper demonstrates the application of multiple imputations by chained equations and time series forecasting of wind speed data. The study was motivated by the high prevalence of missing wind speed historic data. ...
Tobacco use and associated factors among adults in Uganda: Findings from a nationwide survey
(BioMed Central, 2016)
Background: Tobacco use and the exposure to tobacco smoke is one of the most preventable causes of death and disability globally. The risk is even higher among daily tobacco users. The World Health Organization (WHO) has ...
Effect of information and communication technology-induced multitasking on academic performance of university students in Uganda
Numerous researches on information and communication technology (ICT)-induced multitasking among students document a number of unfavourable consequences, such as heightened distraction and less attention, hampered learning ...
Effect of online social networking sites usage on academic performance of university students in Uganda
(Foundation of Computer Science, 2017-01)
Online social networking site (OSNS) like any technological innovation provides an opportunity for quick and easy access to information. As to whether the information obtained provides additional academic knowledge to ...