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Specification analysis in the linear model (in honour of Donald Cochrane)

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Published by Routledge & Kegan Paul in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes index.

Statementedited by Maxwell L. King and David E. A. Giles.
SeriesInternational library of economics
ContributionsKing, Maxwell L., Giles, David E. A., Cochrane, Donald.
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 358p. ;
Number of Pages358
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21659536M
ISBN 100710206143

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The volume honours the early econometric work of Donald Cochrane, late Dean of Economics and Politics at Monash University in Australia. Specification Analysis in the Linear Model book.

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General Linear Models (GLM) Introduction This procedure performs an analysis of variance or analysis of covariance on up to ten factors using the general linear models approach. The experimental design may include up to two nested terms, making possible various repeated measures and split-plot analyses.

By Roberto Pedace. If you use natural log values for your independent variables (X) and keep your dependent variable (Y) in its original scale, the econometric specification is called a linear-log model (basically the mirror image of the log-linear model).These models are typically used when the impact of your independent variable on your dependent variable decreases as the value of your.

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The linear model remains the main tool of the applied statistician and is central to the training of any. Preparing the data. We’ll use the Boston data set [in MASS package], introduced in Chapter @ref(regression-analysis), for predicting the median house value (mdev), in Boston Suburbs, based on the predictor variable lstat (percentage of lower status of the population).

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We will focus on a special class of models known as the generalized linear models (GLIMs or GLMs in Agresti). Simple Linear Regression Analysis The simple linear regression model We consider the modelling between the dependent and one independent variable.

When there is only one independent variable in the linear regression model, the model is generally termed as a simple linear regression model. Model specification – the model should be properly specified (including all relevant variables, and excluding irrelevant variables) Additionally, there are issues that can arise during the analysis that, while strictly speaking, are not assumptions of regression, are .The regression models can be either linear or non-linear based on which we have linear regression analysis and non-linear regression analysis.

We will consider only the tools of linear regression analysis and our main interest will be the fitting of the linear regression model to a given set of data. Linear regression model.Linear model: A model is said to be linear when it is linear in parameters. In such a case j y (or equivalently () j E y) should not depend on any ' s.

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