Presenting Statistical Results Effectively

Presenting Statistical Results Effectively

Andersen, Robert; Armstrong II, David A.

Sage Publications Ltd






15 a 20 dias


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Chapter 1: Some Foundation
What is a 'Model'?
Statistical Inference
Part A: General Principles of Effective Presentation
Chapter 2: Best Practices for Graphs and Tables
When to use Tables and Graphs
Constructing Effective Tables
Constructing Clear and Informative Graphs
Chapter 3: Methods for Visualizing Distributions
Displaying the Distributions of Categorical Variables
Displaying Distributions of Quantitative Variables
Chapter 4: Exploring and Describing Relationships
Two Categorical Variables
Categorical Explanatory Variable and Quantitative Dependent Variable
Two quantitative Variables
Multivariate Displays
Part B: The Linear Model
Chapter 5: The Linear Regression Model
Ordinary Least Squares Regression
Hypothesis tests and confidence intervals
Assessing and Comparing Model Fit
Relative Importance of Predictors
Interpreting and presenting OLS models: Some empirical examples
Linear Probability Model
Chapter 6: Assessing the Impact and Importance of Multi-category Explanatory Variables
Coding Multi-category Explanatory Variables
Revisiting Statistical Significance: Multi-category Predictors
Relative importance of sets of regressors
Graphical Presentation of Additive Effects
Chapter 7: Identifying and Handling Problems in Linear Models
Influential Observations
Chapter 8: Modelling and Presentation of Curvilinear Effects
Curvilinearity in the Linear Model Framework
Nonlinear Transformations
Polynomial Regression
Regression Splines
Nonparametric Regression
Generalized Additive Models
Chapter 9: Interaction Effects in Linear Models
Understanding Interaction Effects
Interactions Between Two Categorical Variables
Interactions Between One Categorical Variable and One Quantitative Variable
Interactions Between Two Continuous Variables
Interaction Effects: Some Cautions and Recommendations
Part C: The Generalized Linear Model and Extensions
Chapter 10: Generalized Linear Models
Basics of the Generalized Linear Model
Maximum Likelihood Estimation
Hypothesis tests and confidence intervals
Assessing Model Fit
Empirical Example: Using Poisson Regression to Predict Counts
Understanding Effects of Variables
Measuring Variable Importance
Model Diagnostics
Chapter 11: Categorical Dependent Variables
Regression Models for Binary Outcomes
Interpreting Effects in Logit and Probit Models
Model Fit for Binary Regression Models
Diagnostics Specific to Binary Regression Models
Extending the Binary Regression Model - Ordered and Multinomial Models
Chapter 12: Conclusions and Recommendations
Choosing the Right Estimator
Research Design and Measurement Issues
Evaluating the Model
Effective Presentation of Results
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