Posts Tagged ‘ missing data ’

Typo in Example 5.18

October 2, 2010
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Typo in Example 5.18

Edward Kao pointed out several typos in Example 5.18 of Monte Carlo Statistical Methods. First, the customers in area i should be double-indexed, i.e. which implies in turn that . Then the summary T should be defined as and as given that the first m customers have the fifth plan missing. Filed under: Books, R,

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JSM 2010 [day 1]

August 2, 2010
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JSM 2010 [day 1]

The first day at JSM is always a bit sluggish, as people slowly drip in and get their bearings. Similar to last year in Washington D.C., the meeting takes place in a huge conference centre and thus there is no feeling of overcrowded . It may also be that the peripheric and foreign location

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Example 7.18: Displaying missing value categories in a table

December 14, 2009
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Example 7.18: Displaying missing value categories in a table

When displaying contingency tables (section 2.3.1), there are times when it is useful to either show or hide the missing data category. Both SAS and the typical R command default to displaying the table only for observations where both factors are observed.In this example, we generate some multinomial data (section 1.10.4) and then produce tables with and without...

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