An exploration of regression graphics through computer graphics. Recent developments in computer technology have stimulated new and exciting uses for graphics in statistical analyses. Regression Graphics, one of the first graduate-level textbooks on the subject, demonstrates how statisticians, both theoretical and applied, can use these exciting innovations. After developing a relatively new regression context that requires few scope-limiting conditions, Regression Graphics guides readers through the process of analyzing regressions graphically and assessing and selecting models. This innovative reference makes use of a wide range of graphical tools, including 2D and 3D scatterplots, 3D binary response plots, and scatterplot matrices. Supplemented by a companion ftp site, it features numerous data sets and applied examples that are used to elucidate the theory. Other important features of this book include: * Extensive coverage of a relatively new regression context based on dimension-reduction subspaces and sufficient summary plots * Graphical regression, an iterative visualization process for constructing sufficient regression views * Graphics for regressions with a binary response * Graphics for model assessment, including residual plots * Net-effects plots for assessing predictor contributions * Graphics for predictor and response transformations * Inverse regression methods * Access to a Web site of supplemental plots, data sets, and 3D color displays. An ideal text for students in graduate-level courses on statistical analysis, Regression Graphics is also an excellent reference for professional statisticians.Ideas for Studying Regressions Through Graphics R. Dennis Cook. and V3Ia#39;(Xj 1 y) = Var(xj) + 6560). ... In Section 10.1.2 we circumvented the collinearity problem by passing to three uncorrelated predictors, 9, U], and U2. Consider the threeanbsp;...
|Author||:||R. Dennis Cook|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2009-09-25|