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## Exact Statistical Inference for Categorical Data

- Author : Guogen Shan
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2016-01-22
- Total pages :66
- ISBN : 9780128039489

**Summary :** Exact Statistical Inference for Categorical Data discusses the way asymptotic approaches have been often used in practice to make statistical inference. This book introduces both conditional and unconditional exact approaches for the data in 2 by 2, or 2 by k contingency tables, and is an ideal reference for users who are interested in having the convenience of applying asymptotic approaches, with less computational time. In addition to the existing conditional exact inference, some efficient, unconditional exact approaches could be used in data analysis to improve the performance of the testing procedure. Demonstrates how exact inference can be used to analyze data in 2 by 2 tables Discusses the analysis of data in 2 by k tables using exact inference Explains how exact inference can be used in genetics

## An Introduction to Categorical Data Analysis

- Author : Alan Agresti
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2018-10-11
- Total pages :400
- ISBN : 9781119405276

**Summary :** A valuable new edition of a standard reference The use of statistical methods for categorical data has increased dramatically, particularly for applications in the biomedical and social sciences. An Introduction to Categorical Data Analysis, Third Edition summarizes these methods and shows readers how to use them using software. Readers will find a unified generalized linear models approach that connects logistic regression and loglinear models for discrete data with normal regression for continuous data. Adding to the value in the new edition is: • Illustrations of the use of R software to perform all the analyses in the book • A new chapter on alternative methods for categorical data, including smoothing and regularization methods (such as the lasso), classification methods such as linear discriminant analysis and classification trees, and cluster analysis • New sections in many chapters introducing the Bayesian approach for the methods of that chapter • More than 70 analyses of data sets to illustrate application of the methods, and about 200 exercises, many containing other data sets • An appendix showing how to use SAS, Stata, and SPSS, and an appendix with short solutions to most odd-numbered exercises Written in an applied, nontechnical style, this book illustrates the methods using a wide variety of real data, including medical clinical trials, environmental questions, drug use by teenagers, horseshoe crab mating, basketball shooting, correlates of happiness, and much more. An Introduction to Categorical Data Analysis, Third Edition is an invaluable tool for statisticians and biostatisticians as well as methodologists in the social and behavioral sciences, medicine and public health, marketing, education, and the biological and agricultural sciences.

## Dimension Reduction, Computational Complexity, and Information

- Author : Sanford Weisberg
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :1998
- Total pages :579
- ISBN : MINN:31951D01798257B

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## Analyzing Categorical Data

- Author : Jeffrey S. Simonoff
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2013-06-05
- Total pages :498
- ISBN : 9780387217277

**Summary :** Categorical data arise often in many fields, including biometrics, economics, management, manufacturing, marketing, psychology, and sociology. This book provides an introduction to the analysis of such data. The coverage is broad, using the loglinear Poisson regression model and logistic binomial regression models as the primary engines for methodology. Topics covered include count regression models, such as Poisson, negative binomial, zero-inflated, and zero-truncated models; loglinear models for two-dimensional and multidimensional contingency tables, including for square tables and tables with ordered categories; and regression models for two-category (binary) and multiple-category target variables, such as logistic and proportional odds models. All methods are illustrated with analyses of real data examples, many from recent subject area journal articles. These analyses are highlighted in the text, and are more detailed than is typical, providing discussion of the context and background of the problem, model checking, and scientific implications. More than 200 exercises are provided, many also based on recent subject area literature. Data sets and computer code are available at a web site devoted to the text. Adopters of this book may request a solutions manual from: [email protected] From the reviews: "Jeff Simonoff's book is at the top of the heap of categorical data analysis textbooks...The examples are superb. Student reactions in a class I taught from this text were uniformly positive, particularly because of the examples and exercises. Additional materials related to the book, particularly code for S-Plus, SAS, and R, useful for analysis of examples, can be found at the author's Web site at New York University. I liked this book for this reason, and recommend it to you for pedagogical purposes." (Stanley Wasserman, The American Statistician, August 2006, Vol. 60, No. 3) "The book has various noteworthy features. The examples used are from a variety of topics, including medicine, economics, sports, mining, weather, as well as social aspects like needle-exchange programs. The examples motivate the theory and also illustrate nuances of data analytical procedures. The book also incorporates several newer methods for analyzing categorical data, including zero-inflated Poisson models, robust analysis of binomial and poisson models, sandwich estimators, multinomial smoothing, ordinal agreement tables...this is definitely a good reference book for any researcher working with categorical data." Technometrics, May 2004 "This guide provides a practical approach to the appropriate analysis of categorical data and would be a suitable purchase for individuals with varying levels of statistical understanding." Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology, 2004, 18 "This book gives a fresh approach to the topic of categorical data analysis. The presentation of the statistical methods exploits the connection to regression modeling with a focus on practical features rather than formal theory...There is much to learn from this book. Aside from the ordinary materials such as association diagrams, Mantel-Haenszel estimators, or overdispersion, the reader will also find some less-often presented but interesting and stimulating topics...[T]his is an excellent book, giving an up-to-date introduction to the wide field of analyzing categorical data." Biometrics, September 2004 "...It is of great help to data analysts, practitioners and researchers who deal with categorical data and need to get a necessary insight into the methods of analysis as well as practical guidelines for solving problems." International Journal of General Systems, August 2004 "The author has succeeded in writing a useful and readable textbook combining most of general theory and practice of count data." Kwantitatieve Methoden "The book especially stresses how to analyze and interpret data...In fact, the highly detailed multi-page descriptions of analysis and interpretation make the book stand out." Mathematical Geology, February 2005 "Overall, this is a competent and detailed text that I would recommend to anyone dealing with the analysis of categorical data." Journal of the Royal Statistical Society "This important work allows for clear analogies between the well-known linear models for Gaussian data and categorical data problems. ... Jeffrey Simonoff’s Analyzing Categorical Data provides an introduction to many of the important ideas and methods for understanding counted data and tables of counts. ... Some readers will find Simonoff’s style very much to their liking due to reliance on extended real data examples to illuminate ideas. ... I think the extensive examples will appeal to most students." (Sanford Weisberg, SIAM Review, Vol. 47 (4), 2005) "It is clear that the focus of Simonoff’s book is different from other books on categorical data analysis. ... As an introductory textbook, the book is comprehensive enough since all basic topics in categorical data analysis are discussed. ... I think Simonoff’s book is a valuable addition to the literature because it discusses important models for counts ... ." (Jeroen K. Vermunt, Statistics in Medicine, Vol. 24, 2005) "The author based this book on his notes for a class with a very diverse pool of students. The material is presented in such a way that a very heterogeneous group of students could grasp it. All methods are illustrated with analyses of real data examples. The author provides a detailed discussion of the context and background of the problem. ... The book is very interesting and can be warmly recommended to people working with categorical data." (EMS - European Mathematical Society Newsletter, December, 2004) "Categorical data arise often in many fields ... . This book provides an introduction to the analysis of such data. ... All methods are illustrated with analyses of real data examples, many from recent subject-area journal articles. These analyses are highlighted in the text and are more detailed than is typical ... . More than 200 exercises are provided, including many based on recent subject-area literature. Data sets and computer code are available at a Web site devoted to this text." (T. Postelnicu, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 1028, 2003) "This book grew out of notes prepared by the author for classes in categorical data analysis. The presentation is fresh and compelling to read. Regression ideas are used to motivate the modelling presented. The book focuses on applying methods to real problems; many of these will be novel to readers of statistics texts ... . All chapters end with a section providing references to books or articles for the inquiring reader." (C.M. O’Brien, Short Book Reviews, Vol. 23 (3), 2003)

## Learning Statistics with R

- Author : Daniel Navarro
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2021
- Total pages :229
- ISBN : 9781326189723

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## Encyclopedia of biostatistics

- Author : Peter Armitage,Theodore Colton
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :1998
- Total pages :690
- ISBN : 0471975761

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## Categorical Data Analysis

- Author : Alan Agresti
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2003-03-31
- Total pages :734
- ISBN : 9780471458760

**Summary :** Amstat News asked three review editors to rate their topfive favorite books in the September 2003 issue. CategoricalData Analysis was among those chosen. A valuable new edition of a standard reference "A 'must-have' book for anyone expecting to do research and/orapplications in categorical data analysis." –Statistics in Medicine on Categorical Data Analysis,First Edition The use of statistical methods for categorical data hasincreased dramatically, particularly for applications in thebiomedical and social sciences. Responding to new developments inthe field as well as to the needs of a new generation ofprofessionals and students, this new edition of the classicCategorical Data Analysis offers a comprehensiveintroduction to the most important methods for categorical dataanalysis. Designed for statisticians and biostatisticians as well asscientists and graduate students practicing statistics,Categorical Data Analysis, Second Edition summarizes thelatest methods for univariate and correlated multivariatecategorical responses. Readers will find a unified generalizedlinear models approach that connects logistic regression andPoisson and negative binomial regression for discrete data withnormal regression for continuous data. Adding to the value in thenew edition is coverage of: Three new chapters on methods for repeated measurement andother forms of clustered categorical data, including marginalmodels and associated generalized estimating equations (GEE)methods, and mixed models with random effects Stronger emphasis on logistic regression modeling of binaryand multicategory data An appendix showing the use of SAS for conducting nearly allanalyses in the book Prescriptions for how ordinal variables should be treateddifferently than nominal variables Discussion of exact small-sample procedures More than 100 analyses of real data sets to illustrateapplication of the methods, and more than 600 exercises An Instructor's Manual presenting detailed solutions to allthe problems in the book is available from the Wiley editorialdepartment.

## Analysis of Categorical Data with R

- Author : Christopher R. Bilder,Thomas M. Loughin
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2014-08-11
- Total pages :547
- ISBN : 9781439855676

**Summary :** Learn How to Properly Analyze Categorical Data Analysis of Categorical Data with R presents a modern account of categorical data analysis using the popular R software. It covers recent techniques of model building and assessment for binary, multicategory, and count response variables and discusses fundamentals, such as odds ratio and probability estimation. The authors give detailed advice and guidelines on which procedures to use and why to use them. The Use of R as Both a Data Analysis Method and a Learning Tool Requiring no prior experience with R, the text offers an introduction to the essential features and functions of R. It incorporates numerous examples from medicine, psychology, sports, ecology, and other areas, along with extensive R code and output. The authors use data simulation in R to help readers understand the underlying assumptions of a procedure and then to evaluate the procedure’s performance. They also present many graphical demonstrations of the features and properties of various analysis methods. Web Resource The data sets and R programs from each example are available at www.chrisbilder.com/categorical. The programs include code used to create every plot and piece of output. Many of these programs contain code to demonstrate additional features or to perform more detailed analyses than what is in the text. Designed to be used in tandem with the book, the website also uniquely provides videos of the authors teaching a course on the subject. These videos include live, in-class recordings, which instructors may find useful in a blended or flipped classroom setting. The videos are also suitable as a substitute for a short course.

## Exact Analysis of Discrete Data

- Author : Karim F. Hirji
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2005-11-18
- Total pages :1066
- ISBN : 142003619X

**Summary :** Researchers in fields ranging from biology and medicine to the social sciences, law, and economics regularly encounter variables that are discrete or categorical in nature. While there is no dearth of books on the analysis and interpretation of such data, these generally focus on large sample methods. When sample sizes are not large or the data are

## Exact Statistical Methods for Data Analysis

- Author : Samaradasa Weerahandi
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2013-12-01
- Total pages :329
- ISBN : 9781461208259

**Summary :** Now available in paperback, this book covers some recent developments in statistical inference. It provides methods applicable in problems involving nuisance parameters such as those encountered in comparing two exponential distributions or in ANOVA without the assumption of equal error variances. The generalized procedures are shown to be more powerful in detecting significant experimental results and in avoiding misleading conclusions.

## Application of Statistics in Behavioral Research

- Author : Richard B. May,Michael E. J. Masson,Michael A. Hunter
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :1990
- Total pages :571
- ISBN : UVA:X001705514

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## Exact Statistical Inference on Markov Chain Models

- Author : Timothy Duane Johnson
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :1997
- Total pages :482
- ISBN : UCLA:L0078140076

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## Handbook of Statistical Analyses Using Stata

- Author : Brian S. Everitt,Sophia Rabe-Hesketh
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2006-11-15
- Total pages :352
- ISBN : 9781466580572

**Summary :** With each new release of Stata, a comprehensive resource is needed to highlight the improvements as well as discuss the fundamentals of the software. Fulfilling this need, A Handbook of Statistical Analyses Using Stata, Fourth Edition has been fully updated to provide an introduction to Stata version 9. This edition covers many

## Communication Research Statistics

- Author : John C. Reinard
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2006-04-20
- Total pages :600
- ISBN : 9781506320489

**Summary :** While most books on statistics seem to be written as though targeting other statistics professors, John Reinard's Communication Research Statistics is especially impressive because it is clearly intended for the student reader, filled with unusually clear explanations and with illustrations on the use of SPSS. I enjoyed reading this lucid, student-friendly book and expect students will benefit enormously from its content and presentation. Well done!" --John C. Pollock, The College of New Jersey Written in an accessible style using straightforward and direct language, Communication Research Statistics guides students through the statistics actually used in most empirical research undertaken in communication studies. This introductory textbook is the only work in communication that includes details on statistical analysis of data with a full set of data analysis instructions based on SPSS 12 and Excel XP.

## Statistical Analysis Quick Reference Guidebook

- Author : Alan C. Elliott,Wayne A. Woodward
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2007
- Total pages :259
- ISBN : 1412925606

**Summary :** Providing relevant statistical concepts in a comprehendible style, this text is accessibly designed to assist researchers in applying the proper statistical procedure to their data and reporting results in a professional manner consistent with commonly accepted practice.

## Statistics for the Sciences

- Author : Martin Buntinas,Gerald Marlowe Funk
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2005
- Total pages :535
- ISBN : UVA:X004746855

**Summary :** If you are majoring in the sciences, this is the statistics textbook for you. STATISTICS FOR THE SCIENCES helps you see the beauty of statistics using calculus, and contains applications directly tied to natural and physical sciences. In STATISTICS FOR THE SCIENCES, the math is at the right level, and the exercises and examples appeal to those majoring in natural and physical sciences.

## Statistical Inference via Data Science: A ModernDive into R and the Tidyverse

- Author : Chester Ismay,Albert Y. Kim
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2019-12-23
- Total pages :430
- ISBN : 9781000763461

**Summary :** Statistical Inference via Data Science: A ModernDive into R and the Tidyverse provides a pathway for learning about statistical inference using data science tools widely used in industry, academia, and government. It introduces the tidyverse suite of R packages, including the ggplot2 package for data visualization, and the dplyr package for data wrangling. After equipping readers with just enough of these data science tools to perform effective exploratory data analyses, the book covers traditional introductory statistics topics like confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, and multiple regression modeling, while focusing on visualization throughout. Features: ● Assumes minimal prerequisites, notably, no prior calculus nor coding experience ● Motivates theory using real-world data, including all domestic flights leaving New York City in 2013, the Gapminder project, and the data journalism website, FiveThirtyEight.com ● Centers on simulation-based approaches to statistical inference rather than mathematical formulas ● Uses the infer package for "tidy" and transparent statistical inference to construct confidence intervals and conduct hypothesis tests via the bootstrap and permutation methods ● Provides all code and output embedded directly in the text; also available in the online version at moderndive.com This book is intended for individuals who would like to simultaneously start developing their data science toolbox and start learning about the inferential and modeling tools used in much of modern-day research. The book can be used in methods and data science courses and first courses in statistics, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

## Technometrics

- Author : Anonim
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2004
- Total pages :229
- ISBN : UOM:39015058749626

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## Confidence Intervals for Proportions and Related Measures of Effect Size

- Author : Robert Gordon Newcombe
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2012-08-25
- Total pages :468
- ISBN : 9781439812792

**Summary :** Confidence Intervals for Proportions and Related Measures of Effect Size illustrates the use of effect size measures and corresponding confidence intervals as more informative alternatives to the most basic and widely used significance tests. The book provides you with a deep understanding of what happens when these statistical methods are applied

## Incomplete Categorical Data Design

- Author : Guo-Liang Tian,Man-Lai Tang
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2016-04-19
- Total pages :319
- ISBN : 9781439855348

**Summary :** Respondents to survey questions involving sensitive information, such as sexual behavior, illegal drug usage, tax evasion, and income, may refuse to answer the questions or provide untruthful answers to protect their privacy. This creates a challenge in drawing valid inferences from potentially inaccurate data. Addressing this difficulty, non-randomized response approaches enable sample survey practitioners and applied statisticians to protect the privacy of respondents and properly analyze the gathered data. Incomplete Categorical Data Design: Non-Randomized Response Techniques for Sensitive Questions in Surveys is the first book on non-randomized response designs and statistical analysis methods. The techniques covered integrate the strengths of existing approaches, including randomized response models, incomplete categorical data design, the EM algorithm, the bootstrap method, and the data augmentation algorithm. A self-contained, systematic introduction, the book shows you how to draw valid statistical inferences from survey data with sensitive characteristics. It guides you in applying the non-randomized response approach in surveys and new non-randomized response designs. All R codes for the examples are available at www.saasweb.hku.hk/staff/gltian/.

## Categorical Data Analysis for the Behavioral and Social Sciences

- Author : Razia Azen,Cindy M. Walker
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2011-01-07
- Total pages :296
- ISBN : 9781136914232

**Summary :** Featuring a practical approach with numerous examples, this book focuses on helping the reader develop a conceptual, rather than technical, understanding of categorical methods, making it a much more accessible text than others on the market. The authors cover common categorical analyses and emphasize specific research questions that can be addressed by each analytic procedure so that readers are able to address the research questions they wish to answer. To achieve this goal, the authors: Review the theoretical implications and assumptions underlying each of the procedures Present each concept in general terms and illustrate each with a practical example Demonstrate the analyses using SPSS and SAS and show the interpretation of the results provided by these programs. A "Look Ahead" section at the beginning of each chapter provides an overview of the material covered so that the reader knows what to expect. This is followed by one or more research questions that can be addressed using the procedure(s) covered in the chapter. A theoretical presentation of the material is provided and illustrated using realistic examples from the behavioral and social sciences. To further enhance accessibility, the new procedures introduced in the book are explicitly related to analytic procedures covered in earlier statistics courses, such as ANOVA and linear regression. Throughout each chapter the authors use practical examples to demonstrate how to obtain and interpret statistical output in both SPSS and SAS. Their emphasis on the relationship between the initial research question, the use of the software to carry out the analysis, and the interpretation of the output as it relates to the initial research question, allows readers to easily apply the material to their own research. The data sets for executing chapter examples using SAS Version 9.1.3 and/or IBM SPSS Version 18 are available on a book specific web site. These data sets and syntax allow readers to quickly run the programs and obtain the appropriate output. The book also includes both conceptual and analytic end-of-chapter exercises to assist instructors and students in evaluating the understanding of the material covered in each chapter. This book covers the most commonly used categorical data analysis procedures. It is written for those without an extensive mathematical background, and is ideal for graduate courses in categorical data analysis or cross-classified data analysis taught in departments of psychology, human development & family studies, sociology, education, and business. Researchers in these disciplines interested in applying these procedures to their own research will appreciate this book’s accessible approach.