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Applied Statistical Modeling free pdf This new four-volume set on "Applied Statistical Modeling" brings together seminal articles in the field, selected for their exemplification of the specific model type used, their clarity of exposition and their importance to the development of their respective disciplines. The set as a whole is designed to serve as a master class in how to apply the most commonly used statistical models with the highest level of methodological sophistication. It is in essence a user's guide to statistical best-practice in the social sciences. This truly multi-disciplinary collection covers the most important statistical methods used in sociology, social psychology, political science, management science, media studies, anthropology and human geography. The articles are organised by model type into thematic sections that include selections from multiple disciplines. There are a total of thirteen sections, each with a brief introduction summarising common applications: Volume One: Control variables- Multicolinearity and variance inflation- Interaction models- Multilevel models. Volume Two: Models for panel data- Time series cross-sectional analysis- Spatial models- Logistic regression. Volume Three: Multinomial logit- Poisson regression- Instrumental variables. Volume Four: Structural equation models- Latent variable models.

About Salvatore J. Babones

Salvatore J. Babones is a senior lecturer in sociology and social policy at the University of Sydney and an associate fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS). Previously, he was an assistant professor of sociology, public health, and public and international affairs at the University of Pittsburgh. He holds both a PhD in sociology and an MSE in mathematical sciences from the Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Babones is the author or editor of eight books and more than thirty academic papers. He is the editor of Applied Statistical Modeling and Fundamentals of Regression Modeling, both published by SAGE as part of the Benchmarks in Social Research Methods reference series. His academic research focuses on globalization, economic development, and statistical methods for comparative social science research.

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Author : Salvatore J. Babones
Publisher : SAGE Publications Ltd
Data Published : 13 March 2013
ISBN : 1446208397
EAN : 9781446208397
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 1648 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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