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An introduction to categorical data analysis
Two--Way Contingency Tables. Three--Way Contingency Tables. Generalized Linear Models. Logistic Regression. Loglinear Models for Contingency Tables. Building and Applying Logit and Loglinear Models.Expand
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Categorical Data Analysis
We present an overview of many of the statistical methods commonly used for the analysis of categorical data, including log-linear models for count data, logistic regression models for binary outcomes, multinomial log models for nominal and ordinal outcomes, and Poisson regression for rates. Expand
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Approximate is Better than “Exact” for Interval Estimation of Binomial Proportions
Abstract For interval estimation of a proportion, coverage probabilities tend to be too large for “exact” confidence intervals based on inverting the binomial test and too small for the intervalExpand
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Statistical Methods for the Social Sciences
1.Introduction 1.1 Introduction to statistical methodology 1.2 Descriptive statistics and inferential statistics 1.3 The role of computers in statistics 1.4 Chapter summary 2. Sampling andExpand
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A Survey of Exact Inference for Contingency Tables
The past decade has seen substantial research on exact infer- ence for contingency tables, both in terms of developing new analyses and developing efficient algorithms for computations. Coupled withExpand
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Categorical Data Analysis
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Simple and Effective Confidence Intervals for Proportions and Differences of Proportions Result from Adding Two Successes and Two Failures
Abstract The standard confidence intervals for proportions and their differences used in introductory statistics courses have poor performance, the actual coverage probability often being much lowerExpand
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Simple capture-recapture models permitting unequal catchability and variable sampling effort.
  • A. Agresti
  • Mathematics, Medicine
  • Biometrics
  • 1 June 1994
We consider two capture-recapture models that imply that the logit of the probability of capture is an additive function of an animal catchability parameter and a parameter reflecting the samplingExpand
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