catdata-package {catdata} R Documentation

Categorical Data

Description

This R-package contains examples from the book

Tutz (2012): Regression for Categorical Data, Cambridge University Press

The names of the examples refer to the chapter and the data set that is used.

The data sets are

aids,
birth,
children,
deathpenalty,
dust,
encephalitis,
foodstamp,
insolvency,
knee,
leucoplakia,
medcare,
recovery,
rent,
rethinopathy,
teratology,
teratology2,
unemployment,
vaso.

The chapters are abbreviated in the following way

 intro Chapter 1 Introduction binary Chapter 2 Binary Regression: The Logit Model glm Chapter 3 Generalized Linear Models modbin Chapter 4 Modeling of Binary Data altbin Chapter 5 Alternative Binary Regression Models regsel Chapter 6 Regularization and Variable Selection for Parametric Models (vignettes were removed) count Chapter 7 Regression Analysis of Count Data multinomial Chapter 8 Multinomial Response Models ordinal Chapter 9 Ordinal Response Models semiparametric Chapter 10 Semi- and Nonparametric Generalized Regression tree Chapter 11 Tree-Based Methods loglinear Chapter 12 The Analysis of Contingency Tables multivariate Chapter 13 Multivariate Response Models random Chapter 14 Random Effects and Finite Mixtures prediction Chapter 15 Prediction and Classification

The examples are abbreviated by chaptername-dataset. Thus, for example,

modbin-dust

refers to Chapter 4 (Modeling of Binary Data) and the data set dust.

Overview of examples:

• Chapter 2:

• binary-vaso: Example 2.2

• binary-unemployment: Example 2.3

• Chapter 4:

• modbin-unemployment: Example 4.3

• modbin-foodstamp: Example 4.4

• modbin-dust: Example 4.7

• Chapter 5:

• altbin-teratology: Example 5.1

• Chapter 7:

• count-children: Example 7.3

• count-encephalitis: Example 7.4

• count-insolvency: Example 7.5

• count-medcare: Example 7.6

• Chapter 8:

• multinomial-party1: Example 8.3

• multinomial-party2: Example 8.3

• multinomial-travel: Example 8.4

• Chapter 9:

• ordinal-knee1: Example 9.3

• ordinal-knee2: Example 9.4

• ordinal-retinopathy1: Example 9.5

• ordinal-retinopathy2: Example 9.6

• ordinal-arthritis: Example 9.8

• Chapter 10:

• semiparametric-unemployment: Example 10.2

• semiparametric-dust: Example 10.3

• semiparametric-children: Example 10.4

• Chapter 11:

• tree-unemployment: Example 11.1

• tree-dust: Example 11.2

• Chapter 12:

• loglinear-birth: Example 12.3

• loglinear-leukoplakia: Example 12.5

• Chapter 13:

• multivariate-birth1: Examlpe 13.3

• multivariate-knee: Example 13.4

• multivariate-birth2: Example 13.5

• Chapter 14:

• random-knee1: Example 14.3

• random-knee2: Example 14.4

• random-aids: Example 14.6

• random-betablocker: Example 14.7

• random-knee3: Example 14.8

• Chapter 15:

• prediction-glass: Example 15.4 (vignette was removed)

• prediction-medcare: Example 15.8

Author(s)

Gerhard Tutz and Gunther Schauberger with contributions from Sarah Maierhofer and Marcus Groß

Maintainer:
Gunther Schauberger <gunther.schauberger@tum.de>
Gerhard Tutz <gerhard.tutz@stat.uni-muenchen.de>

References

Gerhard Tutz (2012), Regression for Categorical Data, Cambridge University Press

Examples

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