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Applied Regression Modeling, 2nd edition

by Iain Pardoe

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Welcome to the homepage of the textbook Applied Regression Modeling, 2nd edition by Iain Pardoe, published by Wiley in 2012 (ISBN 978-1-1180-9728-1).

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This book offers a practical, concise introduction to regression analysis for upper-level undergraduate students of diverse disciplines including, but not limited to statistics, the social and behavioral sciences, business, and vocational studies. The book's overall approach is strongly based on an abundant use of illustrations, examples, graphics, and case studies. It develops regression methods in an intuitive fashion so that a strong mathematical background is not needed to master the material (more extensive mathematical details and formulas are provided in optional sections). It emphasizes major statistical software packages, including SPSS, Minitab, SAS, JMP, Data Desk, EViews, Stata, Statistica, R, and S-PLUS. Detailed instructions for use of these packages are provided on a specially prepared and maintained author web site. Select software output appears throughout the text. To help readers understand, analyze, and interpret data and make informed decisions in uncertain settings, many of the examples and problems use real-life situations and settings. The book introduces modeling extensions that illustrate more advanced regression techniques, including logistic regression, Poisson regression, discrete choice models, multilevel models, and Bayesian modeling. New to this edition are more exercises, updated examples, clarification and expansion of challenging topics (such as checking regression assumptions and model building), and new material on testing model assumptions, transformations, indicator variables, nonconstant variance, autocorrelation, power and sample size, model building, and model selection.

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