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2 edition of **Measurement error in categorical clinical data analysis and interpretation.** found in the catalog.

Measurement error in categorical clinical data analysis and interpretation.

Christopher T. Roberts

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Published
**1995**
by University of Manchester in Manchester
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Thesis (Ph.D.), University of Manchester, Faculty of Medicine.

Contributions | University of Manchester. Faculty of Medicine. |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | 282p. |

Number of Pages | 282 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL16576232M |

The statistical methods used to evaluate and compare different methods of measurement are a vital common component of all methods of scientific research. This book provides a practically orientated guide to the statistical models used in the evaluation of measurement errors with a wide variety of illustrative examples taken from across the. Department of Data Analysis Ghent University categorical data analysis •(regression models:) response/dependent variable is a categorical variable – probit/logistic regression – multinomial regression – ordinal logit/probit regression – Poisson regression – generalized linear (mixed) models.

This is a case study work with illuminating examples taken from across the wide spectrum of ordinal categorical applications. (0 ) pp. Regression Diagnostics Identifying Influential Data and Sources of Collinearity David A. Belsley, Edwin Kuh and Roy E. Welsch This book provides the practicing statistician and econometrician. A proper analysis would have been a longitudinal analysis using all available data that avoided imputation of post-dropout values and used raw measurements as the responses. Most importantly, the twin clinical trials randomized women, and had proper analyses been done the required sample size to achieve the same power would have been far less.

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normality) (2) require measurement equivalent to. Most data fall into one of two groups: numerical or categorical. Numerical data. These data have meaning as a measurement, such as a person’s height, weight, IQ, or blood pressure; or they’re a count, such as the number of stock shares a person owns, how many teeth a dog has, or how many pages you can read of your favorite book before you fall asleep.

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Correspondence analysis is analogous to principal component and factor analyses in several ways but differs by being especially applicable to categorical data. Specifically, correspondence analysis involves the decomposition of the total variance of contingency table data by determining mutually independent dimensions that portray prominent.

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