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Social Choice and Individual Values.
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Exploratory latent structure analysis using both identifiable and unidentifiable models
SUMMARY This paper considers a wide class of latent structure models. These models can serve as possible explanations of the observed relationships among a set of m manifest polytomous variables. TheExpand
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Measures of association for cross classifications
Abstract When populations are cross-classified with respect to two or more classifications or polytomies, questions often arise about the degree of association existing between the severalExpand
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Statistical Inference about Markov Chains
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On the Exact Variance of Products
Abstract A simple exact formula for the variance of the product of two random variables, say, x and y, is given as a function of the means and central product-moments of x and y. The usualExpand
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Simple Models for the Analysis of Association in Cross-Classifications Having Ordered Categories
Abstract A class of models is proposed for the analysis of association in a contingency table with ordered rows and ordered columns. Association is measured in terms of the odds-ratios in 2 × 2Expand
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The Analysis of Systems of Qualitative Variables When Some of the Variables Are Unobservable. Part I-A Modified Latent Structure Approach
  • L. A. Goodman
  • Sociology, Psychology
  • American Journal of Sociology
  • 1 March 1974
This article presents methods for analyzing the relationships among a set of qualitative variables when some of these variables are specified manifest (i.e., observed) variables and others are latentExpand
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Measures of Association for Cross Classifications III: Approximate Sampling Theory
Abstract The population measures of association for cross classifications, discussed in the authors' prior publications, have sample analogues that are approximately normally distributed for largeExpand
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On Simultaneous Confidence Intervals for Multinomial Proportions
In this article we present a method for obtaining simultaneous confidence intervals for the parameters of a multinomial distribution, and we compare this method with the one suggested recently byExpand
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Ecological Regressions and Behavior of Individuals
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