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Quantile regression has emerged as one of the standard tools for regression analysis that enables a proper assessment of the complete conditional distribution of responses even in the presence of… Continue Reading
Recent interest in modern regression modelling has focused on extending available (mean) regression models by describing more general properties of the response distribution. An alternative approac...
We analyse the education–fertility relationship by using data on women from Botswana. A realistic quantification of such a relationship can be problematic for various reasons. First, factors such as… Continue Reading
In regression scenarios there is a growing demand for information on the conditional distribution of the response beyond the mean. In this scenario quantile regression is an established method of… Continue Reading
Regression models for the conditional mode of a response distribution can provide useful additional information compared to mean and median analyses. Unfortunately, the conditional mode is… Continue Reading
Transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS) sees increased use in neurosciences as a tool for the exploration of brain oscillations. It has been shown that tACS stimulation in specific… Continue Reading
ZusammenfassungHintergrundZur Dokumentation des Rehabilitationserfolgs werden in der geriatrischen Frührehabilitation am häufigsten der Timed up and go (TUG-)Test und der Tinetti-Test eingesetzt. Es… Continue Reading
Graphical models are useful to detect multivariate association structures in terms of conditional independencies and to represent these structures in a graph. When fitting graphical models to… Continue Reading
1 Department of Mathematics, Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg, 26111 Oldenburg, Germany, email@example.com 2 Department of Mathematics, Humboldt-University Berlin, 12489 Berlin,… Continue Reading
Ordinary least squares regression focuses on the expected response and strongly depends on the assumption of normally distributed errors for inferences. An approach to overcome these restrictions is… Continue Reading