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 Summary
 "This book concerns adaptive tests of significance, which are statistical tests that use the data to modify the test procedures. The modification is used to reduce the influence of outliers. These adaptive tests are attractive because they are often more powerful than traditional tests, and they are also quite practical since they can be performed quickly on a computer using R code or a SAS macro. This comprehensive book on adaptive tests can be used by students and researchers alike who are not familiar with adaptive methods. Chapter 1 provides a gentle introduction to the topic, and Chapter 2 presents a description of the basic tools that are used throughout the book. In Chapters 3, 4, and 5, the basic adaptive testing methods are developed, and Chapters 6 and 7 contain many applications of these tests. Chapters 8 and 9 concern adaptive multivariate tests with multivariate regression models, while the rest of the book concerns adaptive rank tests, adaptive confidence intervals, and adaptive correlations. The adaptive tests described in this book have the following properties: the level of significance is maintained at or near [alpha]; they are more powerful than the traditional test, sometimes much more powerful, if the error distribution is longtailed or skewed; and there is little power loss compared to the traditional tests if the error distribution is normal. Additional topical coverage includes: smoothing and normalizing methods; twosample adaptive tests; permutation tests with linear models; adaptive tests in linear models; application of adaptive tests; analysis of paired data; adaptive multivariate tests; analysis of repeated measures data; rankbased approaches to testing; adaptive confidence intervals; and adaptive correlation"
 Language
 eng
 Extent
 1 online resource (xvii, 345 pages)
 Contents

 Adaptive Tests of Significance Using Permutations of Residuals with R and SAS®; CONTENTS; Preface; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Why Use Adaptive Tests?; 1.2 A Brief History of Adaptive Tests; 1.2.1 Early Tests and Estimators; 1.2.2 Rank Tests; 1.2.3 The Weighted Least Squares Approach; 1.2.4 Recent RankBased Tests; 1.3 The Adaptive Test of Hogg, Fisher, and Randles; 1.3.1 Level of Significance of the HFR Test; 1.3.2 Comparison of Power of the HFR Test to the t Test; 1.4 Limitations of RankBased Tests; 1.5 The Adaptive Weighted Least Squares Approach; 1.5.1 Level of Significance
 1.5.2 Comparison of Power of the Adaptive WLS Test to the t Test and the HFR Test1.6 Development of the Adaptive WLS Test; 2 Smoothing Methods and Normalizing Transformations; 2.1 Traditional Estimators of the Median and the Interquartile Range; 2.2 Percentile Estimators that Use the Smooth Cumulative Distribution Function; 2.2.1 Smoothing the Cumulative Distribution Function; 2.2.2 Using the Smoothed c.d.f. to Compute Percentiles; 2.2.3 R Code for Smoothing the c.d.f.; 2.2.4 R Code for Finding Percentiles; 2.3 Estimating the Bandwidth
 2.3.1 An Estimator of Variability Based on Traditional Percentiles2.3.2 R Code for Finding the Bandwidth; 2.3.3 An Estimator of Variability Based on Percentiles from the Smoothed Distribution Function; 2.4 Normalizing Transformations; 2.4.1 Traditional Normalizing Methods; 2.4.2 Normalizing Data by Weighting; 2.5 The Weighting Algorithm; 2.5.1 An Example of the Weighing Procedure; 2.5.2 R Code for Weighting the Observations; 2.6 Computing the Bandwidth; 2.6.1 Error Distributions; 2.6.2 Measuring Errors in Adaptive Weighting; 2.6.3 Simulation Studies; 2.7 Examples of Transformed Data
 Exercises3 A TwoSample Adaptive Test; 3.1 A TwoSample Model; 3.2 Computing the Adaptive Weights; 3.2.1 R Code for Computing the Weights; 3.3 The Test Statistics for Adaptive Tests; 3.3.1 R Code to Compute the Test Statistic; 3.4 Permutation Methods for TwoSample Tests; 3.4.1 Permutation of Observations; 3.4.2 Permutation of Residuals; 3.4.3 R Code for Permutations; 3.5 An Example of a TwoSample Test; 3.6 R Code for the TwoSample Test; 3.6.1 R Code for Computing the Test Statistics; 3.6.2 R Code to Compute the Traditional F Test Statistic and pValue
 3.6.3 An R Function that Computes the pValue for the Adaptive Test3.6.4 R Code to Perform the Adaptive Test; 3.7 Level of Significance of the Adaptive Test; 3.8 Power of the Adaptive Test; 3.9 Sample Size Estimation; 3.10 A SAS Macro for the Adaptive Test; 3.11 Modifications for OneTailed Tests; 3.12 Justification of the Weighting Method; 3.13 Comments on the Adaptive Twosample Test; Exercises; 4 Permutation Tests with Linear Models; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Notation; 4.3 Permutations with Blocking; 4.4 Linear Models in Matrix Form; 4.5 Permutation Methods; 4.5.1 The PermuteErrors Method
 Isbn
 9781118218259
 Label
 Adaptive tests of significance using permutations of residuals with R and SAS
 Title
 Adaptive tests of significance using permutations of residuals with R and SAS
 Statement of responsibility
 Thomas W. O'Gorman
 Subject

 Computer adaptive testing
 Computer adaptive testing
 Electronic book
 Electronic books
 MATHEMATICS  Probability & Statistics  Regression Analysis
 R (Computer program language)
 R (Computer program language)
 Regression analysis
 SAS (Computer file)
 SAS (Computer file)
 SAS (Computer file)
 Regression analysis
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 "This book concerns adaptive tests of significance, which are statistical tests that use the data to modify the test procedures. The modification is used to reduce the influence of outliers. These adaptive tests are attractive because they are often more powerful than traditional tests, and they are also quite practical since they can be performed quickly on a computer using R code or a SAS macro. This comprehensive book on adaptive tests can be used by students and researchers alike who are not familiar with adaptive methods. Chapter 1 provides a gentle introduction to the topic, and Chapter 2 presents a description of the basic tools that are used throughout the book. In Chapters 3, 4, and 5, the basic adaptive testing methods are developed, and Chapters 6 and 7 contain many applications of these tests. Chapters 8 and 9 concern adaptive multivariate tests with multivariate regression models, while the rest of the book concerns adaptive rank tests, adaptive confidence intervals, and adaptive correlations. The adaptive tests described in this book have the following properties: the level of significance is maintained at or near [alpha]; they are more powerful than the traditional test, sometimes much more powerful, if the error distribution is longtailed or skewed; and there is little power loss compared to the traditional tests if the error distribution is normal. Additional topical coverage includes: smoothing and normalizing methods; twosample adaptive tests; permutation tests with linear models; adaptive tests in linear models; application of adaptive tests; analysis of paired data; adaptive multivariate tests; analysis of repeated measures data; rankbased approaches to testing; adaptive confidence intervals; and adaptive correlation"
 Assigning source
 Provided by publisher
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 E7B
 http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
 O'Gorman, Thomas W
 Dewey number
 519.5/36
 Illustrations
 illustrations
 Index
 index present
 LC call number
 QA278.2
 LC item number
 .O35 2012eb
 Literary form
 non fiction
 Nature of contents

 dictionaries
 bibliography
 http://library.link/vocab/subjectName

 Regression analysis
 Computer adaptive testing
 R (Computer program language)
 MATHEMATICS
 Computer adaptive testing
 R (Computer program language)
 Regression analysis
 Label
 Adaptive tests of significance using permutations of residuals with R and SAS, Thomas W. O'Gorman
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references and index
 Carrier category
 online resource
 Carrier category code

 cr
 Carrier MARC source
 rdacarrier
 Color
 multicolored
 Content category
 text
 Content type code

 txt
 Content type MARC source
 rdacontent
 Contents

 Adaptive Tests of Significance Using Permutations of Residuals with R and SAS®; CONTENTS; Preface; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Why Use Adaptive Tests?; 1.2 A Brief History of Adaptive Tests; 1.2.1 Early Tests and Estimators; 1.2.2 Rank Tests; 1.2.3 The Weighted Least Squares Approach; 1.2.4 Recent RankBased Tests; 1.3 The Adaptive Test of Hogg, Fisher, and Randles; 1.3.1 Level of Significance of the HFR Test; 1.3.2 Comparison of Power of the HFR Test to the t Test; 1.4 Limitations of RankBased Tests; 1.5 The Adaptive Weighted Least Squares Approach; 1.5.1 Level of Significance
 1.5.2 Comparison of Power of the Adaptive WLS Test to the t Test and the HFR Test1.6 Development of the Adaptive WLS Test; 2 Smoothing Methods and Normalizing Transformations; 2.1 Traditional Estimators of the Median and the Interquartile Range; 2.2 Percentile Estimators that Use the Smooth Cumulative Distribution Function; 2.2.1 Smoothing the Cumulative Distribution Function; 2.2.2 Using the Smoothed c.d.f. to Compute Percentiles; 2.2.3 R Code for Smoothing the c.d.f.; 2.2.4 R Code for Finding Percentiles; 2.3 Estimating the Bandwidth
 2.3.1 An Estimator of Variability Based on Traditional Percentiles2.3.2 R Code for Finding the Bandwidth; 2.3.3 An Estimator of Variability Based on Percentiles from the Smoothed Distribution Function; 2.4 Normalizing Transformations; 2.4.1 Traditional Normalizing Methods; 2.4.2 Normalizing Data by Weighting; 2.5 The Weighting Algorithm; 2.5.1 An Example of the Weighing Procedure; 2.5.2 R Code for Weighting the Observations; 2.6 Computing the Bandwidth; 2.6.1 Error Distributions; 2.6.2 Measuring Errors in Adaptive Weighting; 2.6.3 Simulation Studies; 2.7 Examples of Transformed Data
 Exercises3 A TwoSample Adaptive Test; 3.1 A TwoSample Model; 3.2 Computing the Adaptive Weights; 3.2.1 R Code for Computing the Weights; 3.3 The Test Statistics for Adaptive Tests; 3.3.1 R Code to Compute the Test Statistic; 3.4 Permutation Methods for TwoSample Tests; 3.4.1 Permutation of Observations; 3.4.2 Permutation of Residuals; 3.4.3 R Code for Permutations; 3.5 An Example of a TwoSample Test; 3.6 R Code for the TwoSample Test; 3.6.1 R Code for Computing the Test Statistics; 3.6.2 R Code to Compute the Traditional F Test Statistic and pValue
 3.6.3 An R Function that Computes the pValue for the Adaptive Test3.6.4 R Code to Perform the Adaptive Test; 3.7 Level of Significance of the Adaptive Test; 3.8 Power of the Adaptive Test; 3.9 Sample Size Estimation; 3.10 A SAS Macro for the Adaptive Test; 3.11 Modifications for OneTailed Tests; 3.12 Justification of the Weighting Method; 3.13 Comments on the Adaptive Twosample Test; Exercises; 4 Permutation Tests with Linear Models; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Notation; 4.3 Permutations with Blocking; 4.4 Linear Models in Matrix Form; 4.5 Permutation Methods; 4.5.1 The PermuteErrors Method
 Control code
 787849902
 Dimensions
 unknown
 Extent
 1 online resource (xvii, 345 pages)
 Form of item
 online
 Isbn
 9781118218259
 Media category
 computer
 Media MARC source
 rdamedia
 Media type code

 c
 Other control number
 9786613618771
 Other physical details
 illustrations
 http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
 361877
 Specific material designation
 remote
 System control number
 (OCoLC)787849902
 Label
 Adaptive tests of significance using permutations of residuals with R and SAS, Thomas W. O'Gorman
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references and index
 Carrier category
 online resource
 Carrier category code

 cr
 Carrier MARC source
 rdacarrier
 Color
 multicolored
 Content category
 text
 Content type code

 txt
 Content type MARC source
 rdacontent
 Contents

 Adaptive Tests of Significance Using Permutations of Residuals with R and SAS®; CONTENTS; Preface; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Why Use Adaptive Tests?; 1.2 A Brief History of Adaptive Tests; 1.2.1 Early Tests and Estimators; 1.2.2 Rank Tests; 1.2.3 The Weighted Least Squares Approach; 1.2.4 Recent RankBased Tests; 1.3 The Adaptive Test of Hogg, Fisher, and Randles; 1.3.1 Level of Significance of the HFR Test; 1.3.2 Comparison of Power of the HFR Test to the t Test; 1.4 Limitations of RankBased Tests; 1.5 The Adaptive Weighted Least Squares Approach; 1.5.1 Level of Significance
 1.5.2 Comparison of Power of the Adaptive WLS Test to the t Test and the HFR Test1.6 Development of the Adaptive WLS Test; 2 Smoothing Methods and Normalizing Transformations; 2.1 Traditional Estimators of the Median and the Interquartile Range; 2.2 Percentile Estimators that Use the Smooth Cumulative Distribution Function; 2.2.1 Smoothing the Cumulative Distribution Function; 2.2.2 Using the Smoothed c.d.f. to Compute Percentiles; 2.2.3 R Code for Smoothing the c.d.f.; 2.2.4 R Code for Finding Percentiles; 2.3 Estimating the Bandwidth
 2.3.1 An Estimator of Variability Based on Traditional Percentiles2.3.2 R Code for Finding the Bandwidth; 2.3.3 An Estimator of Variability Based on Percentiles from the Smoothed Distribution Function; 2.4 Normalizing Transformations; 2.4.1 Traditional Normalizing Methods; 2.4.2 Normalizing Data by Weighting; 2.5 The Weighting Algorithm; 2.5.1 An Example of the Weighing Procedure; 2.5.2 R Code for Weighting the Observations; 2.6 Computing the Bandwidth; 2.6.1 Error Distributions; 2.6.2 Measuring Errors in Adaptive Weighting; 2.6.3 Simulation Studies; 2.7 Examples of Transformed Data
 Exercises3 A TwoSample Adaptive Test; 3.1 A TwoSample Model; 3.2 Computing the Adaptive Weights; 3.2.1 R Code for Computing the Weights; 3.3 The Test Statistics for Adaptive Tests; 3.3.1 R Code to Compute the Test Statistic; 3.4 Permutation Methods for TwoSample Tests; 3.4.1 Permutation of Observations; 3.4.2 Permutation of Residuals; 3.4.3 R Code for Permutations; 3.5 An Example of a TwoSample Test; 3.6 R Code for the TwoSample Test; 3.6.1 R Code for Computing the Test Statistics; 3.6.2 R Code to Compute the Traditional F Test Statistic and pValue
 3.6.3 An R Function that Computes the pValue for the Adaptive Test3.6.4 R Code to Perform the Adaptive Test; 3.7 Level of Significance of the Adaptive Test; 3.8 Power of the Adaptive Test; 3.9 Sample Size Estimation; 3.10 A SAS Macro for the Adaptive Test; 3.11 Modifications for OneTailed Tests; 3.12 Justification of the Weighting Method; 3.13 Comments on the Adaptive Twosample Test; Exercises; 4 Permutation Tests with Linear Models; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Notation; 4.3 Permutations with Blocking; 4.4 Linear Models in Matrix Form; 4.5 Permutation Methods; 4.5.1 The PermuteErrors Method
 Control code
 787849902
 Dimensions
 unknown
 Extent
 1 online resource (xvii, 345 pages)
 Form of item
 online
 Isbn
 9781118218259
 Media category
 computer
 Media MARC source
 rdamedia
 Media type code

 c
 Other control number
 9786613618771
 Other physical details
 illustrations
 http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
 361877
 Specific material designation
 remote
 System control number
 (OCoLC)787849902
Subject
 Computer adaptive testing
 Computer adaptive testing
 Electronic book
 Electronic books
 MATHEMATICS  Probability & Statistics  Regression Analysis
 R (Computer program language)
 R (Computer program language)
 Regression analysis
 SAS (Computer file)
 SAS (Computer file)
 SAS (Computer file)
 Regression analysis
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