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Introduction
1.1 Conditional Probability and Independence
1.2 Random Variables and Expectations
1.3 The Binomial Distribution
1.4 The Multinomial Distribution
1.5 The Poisson Distribution
1.6 Exercises
Two-Dimensional Tables and Simple Logistic Regression
2.1 Two Independent Binomials
2.1.1 The Odds Ratio
2.2 Testing Independence in a 2×2 Table
2.2.1 The Odds Ratio
2.3 I×J Tables
2.3.1 Response Factors
2.3.2 Odds Ratios
2.5 Log-Linear Models for Two-Dimensional Tables
2.5.1 Odds Ratios
2.6.1 Computer Commands
2.7 Exercises
Three-Dimensional Tables
3.2 Independence and Odds Ratio Models
3.2.1 The Model of Complete Independence
3.2.3 Models of Conditional Independence
3.2.4 A Final Model for Three-Way Tables
3.2.5 Odds Ratios and Independence Models
3.3 Iterative Computation of Estimates
3.4 Log-Linear Models for Three-Dimensional Tables
3.4.1 Estimation
3.4.2 Testing Models
3.5 Product-Multinomial and Other Sampling Plans
3.5.1 Other Sampling Models
3.6 Model Selection Criteria
3.6.1 R2
3.6.3 Akaike’s Information Criterion
3.7 Higher-Dimensional Tables
Logistic Regression, Logit Models, and Logistic Discrimination
4.1 Multiple Logistic Regression
4.2 Measuring Model Fit
4.2.1 Checking Lack of Fit
4.3 Logistic Regression Diagnostics
4.4 Model Selection Methods
4.4.1 Computations for Nonbinary Data
4.4.2 Computer Commands
4.5 ANOVA Type Logit Models
4.5.1 Computer Commands
4.6 Logit Models for a Multinomial Response
4.7 Logistic Discrimination and Allocation
4.8 Exercises
Independence Relationships and Graphical Models
5.1 Model Interpretations
5.2 Graphical and Decomposable Models
5.3 Collapsing Tables
5.4 Recursive Causal Models
5.5 Exercises
Model Selection Methods and Model Evaluation
6.1 Stepwise Procedures for Model Selection
6.2 Initial Models for Selection Methods
6.2.1 All s-Factor Eﬀects
6.2.2 Examining Each Term Individually
6.2.3 Tests of Marginal and Partial Association
6.2.4 Testing Each Term Last
6.3 Example of Stepwise Methods
6.3.1 Forward Selection
6.3.2 Backward Elimination
6.3.3 Comparison of Stepwise Methods
6.3.4 Computer Commands
6.4 Aitkin’s Method of Backward Selection
6.6 Use of Model Selection Criteria
6.7 Residuals and Inﬂuential Observations
6.7.1 Computations
6.7.2 Computing Commands
6.8 Drawing Conclusions
6.9 Exercises
Models for Factors with Quantitative Levels
7.1 Models for Two-Factor Tables
7.1.2 Models with One Quantitative Factor
7.2 Higher-Dimensional Tables
7.2.1 Computing Commands
7.3 Unknown Factor Scores
7.4 Logit Models
7.5 Exercises
Fixed and Random Zeros
8.1 Fixed Zeros
8.2 Partitioning Polytomous Variables
8.3 Random Zeros
8.4 Exercises
Generalized Linear Models
9.1 Distributions for Generalized Linear Models
9.2 Estimation of Linear Parameters
9.3 Estimation of Dispersion and Model Fitting
The Matrix Approach to Log-Linear Models
10.1 Maximum Likelihood Theory for Multinomial Sampling
10.2 Asymptotic Results
10.3 Product-Multinomial Sampling
10.4 Inference for Model Parameters
10.5 Methods for Finding Maximum Likelihood Estimates
10.6 Regression Analysis of Categorical Data
10.7 Residual Analysis and Outliers
10.8 Exercises
The Matrix Approach to Logit Models
11.1 Estimation and Testing for Logistic Models
11.2 Model Selection Criteria for Logistic Regression
11.3 Likelihood Equations and Newton-Raphson
11.4 Weighted Least Squares for Logit Models
11.5 Multinomial Response Models
11.6 Asymptotic Results
11.7 Discrimination, Allocation, and Retrospective Data
11.8 Exercises
Maximum Likelihood Theory for Log-Linear Models
12.1 Notation
12.2 Fixed Sample Size Properties
12.3 Asymptotic Properties
12.4 Applications
12.5 Proofs of Lemma 12.3.2 and Theorem 12.3.8
Bayesian Binomial Regression
13.1 Introduction
13.2 Bayesian Inference
13.2.2 Predictive Probabilities
13.2.4 Inference for LDα
13.3 Diagnostics
13.3.1 Case Deletion Inﬂuence Measures
13.3.2 Model Checking
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