Categorical Data Analysis

  title={Categorical Data Analysis},
  author={Alan Agresti and Maria Kateri},
  booktitle={International Encyclopedia of Statistical Science},
Modeling and inferential procedures (estimation and precision assessment) are discussed for a single proportion, thereafter in the context of cross-classified data, i.e., contingency tables, is discussed. First, the situation of two by two tables is given some treatment and then the more general context of R by C tables is considered. Particular emphasis is put on testing the null hypothesis of no association (independence) between the row and column classification. Next, the setting of… CONTINUE READING
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