Presenting Statistical Results Effectively

Presenting Statistical Results Effectively


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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 Transformations 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 Nonlinearity Influential Observations Heteroskedasticity Nonnormality 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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