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Structural Analysis of Discrete Data With Econometric Applications

Structural Analysis of Discrete Data With Econometric Applications BOOK REVIEWS 415 WEISBERG, S. (1980) Applied Linear Regression, New York: John the presence of others, and conversely The use of diagnostic procedures to reveal problems with the data and/or the model is Wiley. highly recommended. (p. 226) WOODLEY, W. L., SIMPSON, J., BIONDINI, R., and BERKE- LEY, J. (1977), “Rainfall Results 197&7.5: Florida Area Cumulus Unless you do not concur with Hocking’s general assessment Experiment,” Science, 195,735-742. about diagnostics or are only marginally interested in the subject of diagnosing influence in regression, this monograph should not disappoint you. There is no better book about the subject than this Structural Analysis of Discrete Data With Econometric one. Applications, edited by Charles F. Manski and Daniel McFadden, MIT Press, 1981, xxv + 477 pp., $29.95. Robert F. Ling Clemson University This collection of original articles presents a view of the analysis of discrete data at times complementary to, and at times competi- REFERENCES tive with, the log-linear model exemplified by Bishop, Fienberg, and ALLEN, D. M. (1974), “The Relationship Between Variable Selec- Holland (1975) Haberman (1974), and a series of papers by Leo tion and Data Augmentation and a Method for Prediction,” Goodman. It grows out of the econometric tradition http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Technometrics Taylor & Francis

Structural Analysis of Discrete Data With Econometric Applications

Technometrics , Volume 26 (4): 1 – Nov 1, 1984

Structural Analysis of Discrete Data With Econometric Applications

Technometrics , Volume 26 (4): 1 – Nov 1, 1984

Abstract

BOOK REVIEWS 415 WEISBERG, S. (1980) Applied Linear Regression, New York: John the presence of others, and conversely The use of diagnostic procedures to reveal problems with the data and/or the model is Wiley. highly recommended. (p. 226) WOODLEY, W. L., SIMPSON, J., BIONDINI, R., and BERKE- LEY, J. (1977), “Rainfall Results 197&7.5: Florida Area Cumulus Unless you do not concur with Hocking’s general assessment Experiment,” Science, 195,735-742. about diagnostics or are only marginally interested in the subject of diagnosing influence in regression, this monograph should not disappoint you. There is no better book about the subject than this Structural Analysis of Discrete Data With Econometric one. Applications, edited by Charles F. Manski and Daniel McFadden, MIT Press, 1981, xxv + 477 pp., $29.95. Robert F. Ling Clemson University This collection of original articles presents a view of the analysis of discrete data at times complementary to, and at times competi- REFERENCES tive with, the log-linear model exemplified by Bishop, Fienberg, and ALLEN, D. M. (1974), “The Relationship Between Variable Selec- Holland (1975) Haberman (1974), and a series of papers by Leo tion and Data Augmentation and a Method for Prediction,” Goodman. It grows out of the econometric tradition

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Taylor & Francis
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1537-2723
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0040-1706
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10.1080/00401706.1984.10487997
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Abstract

BOOK REVIEWS 415 WEISBERG, S. (1980) Applied Linear Regression, New York: John the presence of others, and conversely The use of diagnostic procedures to reveal problems with the data and/or the model is Wiley. highly recommended. (p. 226) WOODLEY, W. L., SIMPSON, J., BIONDINI, R., and BERKE- LEY, J. (1977), “Rainfall Results 197&7.5: Florida Area Cumulus Unless you do not concur with Hocking’s general assessment Experiment,” Science, 195,735-742. about diagnostics or are only marginally interested in the subject of diagnosing influence in regression, this monograph should not disappoint you. There is no better book about the subject than this Structural Analysis of Discrete Data With Econometric one. Applications, edited by Charles F. Manski and Daniel McFadden, MIT Press, 1981, xxv + 477 pp., $29.95. Robert F. Ling Clemson University This collection of original articles presents a view of the analysis of discrete data at times complementary to, and at times competi- REFERENCES tive with, the log-linear model exemplified by Bishop, Fienberg, and ALLEN, D. M. (1974), “The Relationship Between Variable Selec- Holland (1975) Haberman (1974), and a series of papers by Leo tion and Data Augmentation and a Method for Prediction,” Goodman. It grows out of the econometric tradition

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TechnometricsTaylor & Francis

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