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Modern methods of data analysis / edited by John Fox, J. Scott Long

Contributor(s): Fox, John | Long, J. Scott.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Sage, 1990Description: 446p.ISBN: 0-8039-3366-5; 0803933665.Subject(s): Arqueología -- Metodología | Estadística matemática | Statistical mathematicsDDC classification: 519.5
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

This volume seeks to move the standard of statistical analysis and presentation in the social sciences towards an accurate and sensitive representation of data. This is accomplished by focusing on four themes: an emphasis on graphical data analysis; the use of computers for doing intensive computations; regression analysis; and sampling characteristics of data.

Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • Introduction
  • Graphical Perception
  • Describing Univariate Distributions
  • A Survey of Smoothing Techniques
  • Finding Transformations for Regression Using the ACE Algorithm
  • Geometry of Multiple Regression and Interactive 3-D Graphics
  • Regression Diagnostics
  • An Expository Treatment of Outliers and Influential Cases
  • A Primer on Robust Regression
  • An Introduction to Bootstrap Methods
  • Examples and Ideas
  • The Analysis of Social Science Data with Missing Values
  • Selection Bias in Linear Regression, Logit and Probit Models

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