By Alan Agresti
Amstat News requested 3 overview editors to fee their most sensible 5 favourite books within the September 2003 factor. Categorical facts Analysis was once between these selected.
A important new version of a customary reference
"A 'must-have' e-book for somebody looking forward to to do learn and/or purposes in specific info analysis."
-Statistics in medication on specific info Analysis, First version
The use of statistical tools for express info has elevated dramatically, relatively for functions within the biomedical and social sciences. Responding to new advancements within the box in addition to to the wishes of a brand new iteration of pros and scholars, this new version of the vintage Categorical info Analysis deals a accomplished creation to crucial equipment for express facts research.
Designed for statisticians and biostatisticians in addition to scientists and graduate scholars working towards information, Categorical information Analysis, moment version summarizes the newest equipment for univariate and correlated multivariate specific responses. Readers will discover a unified generalized linear types process that connects logistic regression and Poisson and unfavorable binomial regression for discrete facts with basic regression for non-stop facts. including to the worth within the re-creation is insurance of:
3 new chapters on tools for repeated dimension and different kinds of clustered specific facts, together with marginal versions and linked generalized estimating equations (GEE) equipment, and combined versions with random results content material:
Chapter 1 creation: Distributions and Inference for specific facts (pages 1–35):
Chapter 2 Describing Contingency Tables (pages 36–69):
Chapter three Inference for Contingency Tables (pages 70–114):
Chapter four advent to Generalized Linear types (pages 115–164):
Chapter five Logistic Regression (pages 165–210):
Chapter 6 construction and making use of Logistic Regression versions (pages 211–266):
Chapter 7 Logit versions for Multinomial Responses (pages 267–313):
Chapter eight Loglinear types for Contingency Tables (pages 314–356):
Chapter nine development and lengthening Loglinear/Logit versions (pages 357–408):
Chapter 10 types for Matched Pairs (pages 409–454):
Chapter eleven reading Repeated specific reaction facts (pages 455–490):
Chapter 12 Random results: Generalized Linear combined versions for express Responses (pages 491–537):
Chapter thirteen different combination versions for express information (pages 538–575):
Chapter 14 Asymptotic idea for Parametric versions (pages 576–599):
Chapter 15 substitute Estimation idea for Parametric types (pages 600–618):
Chapter sixteen historic journey of express information research (pages 619–631):