Marginal models for categorical data

@article{Bergsma2002MarginalMF,
  title={Marginal models for categorical data},
  author={Wicher Bergsma and T. Rudas},
  journal={Annals of Statistics},
  year={2002},
  volume={30},
  pages={140-159}
}
Statistical models defined by imposing restrictions on marginal distributions of contingency tables have received considerable attention recently. This paper introduces a general definition of marginal log-linear parameters and describes conditions for a marginal log-linear parameter to be a smooth parameterization of the distribution and to be variation independent. Statistical models defined by imposing affine restrictions on the marginal log-linear parameters are investigated. These models… Expand
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