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Marginal models : for dependent, clustered, and longitudinal categorical data /

by Bergsma, Wicher P; Croon, Marcel A; Hagenaars, Jacques A.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Statistics for social and behavioral sciences: Publisher: New York : Springer, c2009Description: xi, 268 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780387096094 (hbk.); 0387096094 (hbk.); 9781441918734; 1441918736.Subject(s): Social sciences -- Mathematical models | Social sciences -- Statistical methods | Social sciences -- ResearchOnline resources: WorldCat details | E-book Fulltext
Contents:
Table of contents Loglinear Marginal Models.- Nonloglinear Marginal Models.- Marginal Analysis of Longitudinal Data.- Causal Analyses: Structural Equation Models and (Quasi-)Experimental Designs.- Marginal modeling with latent variables.- Conclusions, Extensions, and Applications
Summary: Marginal models are often the best way of answering research questions involving dependent observations. This comprehensive overview of the basic principles of marginal modeling offers a wide range of possible applications through many real world examples.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Table of contents Loglinear Marginal Models.- Nonloglinear Marginal Models.- Marginal Analysis of Longitudinal Data.- Causal Analyses: Structural Equation Models and (Quasi-)Experimental Designs.- Marginal modeling with latent variables.- Conclusions, Extensions, and Applications

Marginal models are often the best way of answering research questions involving dependent observations. This comprehensive overview of the basic principles of marginal modeling offers a wide range of possible applications through many real world examples.

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