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Strength in Numbers: Analysis of Ordinal Categorical Data , 2nd ed. An Introduction to Categorical Data Analysis , 3rd ed. Categorical Data Analysis , 3rd edition, Wiley Some Articles Bounds on the extinction time distribution of a branching process. Advances in Applied Probability , 6 , Journal of Applied Probability , 12 , Journal of the American Statistical Association , 71 , Some exact conditional tests of independence for r x c cross-classification tables.
Wackerly Psychometrika , 42 , Journal of the American Statistical Association , 72 , A coefficient of multiple association based on ranks. Communications in Statistics , A6 , Statistical analysis of qualitative variation. Agresti , Chapter 10, in Sociological Methodology ed. Schuessler, Jossey-Bass Publ.
Descriptive measures for rank comparisons of groups. Exact conditional tests for cross-classifications: Approximation of attained significance level. Wackerly and J. Boyett , Psychometrika , 44 , Schollenberger, A.
Agresti, and D. Generalized odds ratios for ordinal data. Biometrics , 36 , Journal of the Royal Statistical Society B , 43 , Measures of nominal-ordinal association, Journal of the American Statistical Association , 76 , Encyclopedia of the Statistical Sciences , Vol.
Testing marginal homogeneity for ordinal categorical variables, Biometrics , 39, , Association models for multidimensional cross-classifications of ordinal variables with A. Kezouh , invited paper for issue on categorical data, Communications in Statistics , A12 , A simple diagonals-parameter symmetry and quasisymmetry model, Statistics and Probability Letters , 1 , An adjustment to the Rand statistic for chance agreement with L.
Morey , Educational and Psychological Measurement , 44 , Ordinal data. Comparing mean ranks for repeated measures data with J. Pendergast , Communications in Statistics , A15 , Chuang , Statistics in Medicine , 5 , Applying R-squared type measures to ordered categorical data, Technometrics , 28 , Schollenberger and D.
Chuang and A. Kezouh , Journal of the American Statistical Association , 82 , Bayesian and maximum likelihood approaches to order-restricted inference for models for ordinal categorical data with C.
Chuang , pp. Dykstra, T. Robertson, and F. Wright, New York: An empirical investigation of some effects of sparseness in contingency tables with M. A model for agreement between ratings on an ordinal scale, Biometrics , 44 , Logit models for repeated ordered categorical response data, invited paper for Proceedings of 13th SAS Users Group Conference , , An agreement model with Kappa as parameter, Statistics and Probability Letters , 7 , Model-based Bayesian methods for estimating cell proportions in cross-classification tables having ordered categories with C.
A tutorial on modeling ordered categorical response data, Psychological Bulletin , , A survey of models for repeated ordered categorical response data, Statistics in Medicine , 8 , Exact inference for contingency tables with ordered categories with C. Mehta and N. Patel , Journal of the American Statistical Association , 85 , Analysis of sparse repeated categorical measurement data with S. Lipsitz and J. Parsimonious latent class models for ordinal variables, invited paper in Proceedings of 6th International Workshop on Statistical Modeling , , , Utrecht, Netherlands.
Becker and A. Agresti , Statistics in Medicine , 11 , Comparing marginal distributions of large, sparse contingency tables with S. Lang , Computational Statistics and Data Analysis , 14 , A survey of exact inference for contingency tables with discussion , Statistical Science , 7 , Lang , Biometrics , 49 , Computing conditional maximum likelihood estimates for generalized Rasch models using simple loglinear models with diagonals parameters, Scandinavian Journal of Statistics , 20 , Some empirical comparisons of exact, modified exact, and higher-order asymptotic tests of independence for ordered categorical variables with J.
Lang and C. Mehta , Communications in Statistics, Simulation and Computation , 22 , A proportional odds model with subject-specific effects for repeated ordered categorical responses with J.
Lang , Biometrika , 80 , Simultaneously modeling joint and marginal distributions of multivariate categorical responses J. Lang and A. Agresti , Journal of the American Statistical Association , 89 , Simple capture-recapture models permitting unequal catchability and variable sampling effort, Biometrics , 50, , Lang and A.
Agresti , Journal of the American Statistical Association, 89 , Simple capture-recapture models permitting unequal catchability and variable sampling effort, Biometrics, 50, , Logit models and related quasi-symmetric loglinear models for comparing responses to similar items in a survey, Sociological Methods and Research, 24 , Kim and A.
Agresti , Journal of the American Statistical Association, 90 , Raking kappa: Describing potential impact of marginal distributions on measures of agreement with A.
Ghosh and M. Bini , Biometrical Journal, 37 Order-restricted tests for stratified comparisons of binomial proportions with B.
Coull , Biometrics, 52 Mantel--Haenszel--type inference for cumulative odds ratios I-M. Liu and A.
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Agresti , Biometrics, 52 Logit models with random effects and quasi-symmetric loglinear models, pp. Rost and R.
Langeheine, Berlin: Waxmann Munster, Nearly exact tests of conditional independence and marginal homogeneity for sparse contingency tables D. Agresti , Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, , 24, A review of tests for detecting a monotone dose-response relationship with ordinal response data with C.
Chuang-Stein , Statistics in Medicine, , 16, A model for repeated measurements of a multivariate binary response, Journal of the American Statistical Association An empirical comparison of inference using order-restricted and linear logit models for a binary response with B.
Coull , Communications in Statistics, Simulation and Computation, , 27, Evaluating agreement and disagreement among movie reviewers, Chance with L. Approximate is better than exact for interval estimation of binomial proportions, The American Statistician with B.
The use of mixed logit models to reflect subject heterogeneity in capture-recapture studies, Biometrics B. Coull and A. Modeling a categorical variable allowing arbitrarily many category choices, Biometrics with I. Modelling ordered categorical data: Recent advances and future challenges, Statistics in Medicine Random effects modeling of multiple binary responses using the multivariate binomial logit-normal distribution, Biometrics B.
Strategies for comparing treatments on a binary response with multi-center data, Statistics in Medicine with J. Ghosh, M. Chen, A. Ghosh, and A. Noninformative priors for one parameter item response models, Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference M.
An Introduction to Categorical Data Analysis, 3rd Edition
Challenges for categorical data analysis in the twenty-first century, in Statistics for the 21st Century, edited by C. Rao and G. Szekely, Marcel Dekker Summarizing the predictive power of a generalized linear model, Statistics in Medicine B. Zheng and A. Agresti pdf file Simple and effective confidence intervals for proportions and difference of proportions result from adding two successes and two failures, The American Statistician with B. Agresti, J. Booth, J.
Hobert, and B. Hartzel, I. Liu, and A. Strategies for modeling a categorical variable allowing multiple category choices, Sociological Methods and Research A. Agresti and I. Exact inference for categorical data: recent advances and continuing controversies, Statistics in Medicine A correlated probit model for multivariate repeated measures of mixtures of binary and continuous responses, Journal of American Statistical Association R.
Gueorguieva and A.
Categorical Data Analysis, 3rd Edition Extra Exercises
Agresti and Y. Hartzel, A. Agresti, and B. Agresti and R.
Statistical issues in the U. Coull on article by Brown, Cai, and DasGupta. Statistical Science, , 16, The analysis of contingency tables under inequality constraints, Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference A.
Unconditional small-sample confidence intervals for the odds ratio, Biostatistics A. Min and A. Min Agresti, P. Ohman, and B.
Agresti and D. Geyer and G. Meeden, Statistical Science, A. Agresti and A. Klingenberg and A. View Instructor Companion Site. View Student Companion Site. He has presented short courses on categorical data methods in 35 countries.
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Selected type: Added to Your Shopping Cart.We were not operating on more obese patients as we gained more experience in the later years of the study, which could have influenced our results. Parsimonious latent class models for ordinal variables, invited paper in Proceedings of 6th International Workshop on Statistical Modeling , , , Utrecht, Netherlands. I moved the material from the last chapter, a point that was never reached by many instructors, and integrated it into earlier chapters.
Logit models and related quasi-symmetric loglinear models for comparing responses to similar items in a survey, Sociological Methods and Research, 24 , My ordinal categorical website contains 1 data sets for some examples in the form of SAS programs for conducting the analyses, 2 examples of the use or R for fitting various ordinal models, 3 examples of the use of Joe Lang's mph.
Hartzel, A. Hobert, and B. Bini , Biometrical Journal, 37 Chapter 1 introduces the basic ingredients of probability theory and elementary combinatorial methods from a non measure theoretic point of view.
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