By Jeffrey S. Simonoff
Categorical information come up usually in lots of fields, together with biometrics, economics, administration, production, advertising, psychology, and sociology. This booklet offers an creation to the research of such info. The insurance is large, utilizing the loglinear Poisson regression version and logistic binomial regression versions because the basic engines for technique. issues lined comprise count number regression types, similar to Poisson, adverse binomial, zero-inflated, and zero-truncated versions; loglinear versions for two-dimensional and multidimensional contingency tables, together with for sq. tables and tables with ordered different types; and regression versions for two-category (binary) and multiple-category objective variables, equivalent to logistic and proportional odds models.
All equipment are illustrated with analyses of genuine info examples, many from fresh topic region magazine articles. those analyses are highlighted within the textual content, and are extra exact than is regular, offering dialogue of the context and history of the matter, version checking, and medical implications. greater than two hundred routines are supplied, many additionally in line with fresh topic region literature. information units and computing device code can be found at a website dedicated to the textual content. Adopters of this e-book could request a suggestions guide from: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jeffrey S. Simonoff is Professor of statistics at long island college. he's writer of Smoothing tools in records and coauthor of A Casebook for a primary direction in information and knowledge research, in addition to a variety of articles in scholarly journals. he's a Fellow of the yank Statistical organization and the Institute of Mathematical information, and an Elected Member of the foreign Statistical Institute.
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