105 Mathematics & Statistics Categorical Data Analysis by Example Graham J. G. Upton University of Essex, UK • This book is aimed at all those who wish to discover how to analyze categorical data without getting immersed in complicated mathematics and without needing to wade through a large amount of prose. It is aimed at researchers with their own data ready to be analyzed and at students who would like an approachable alternative view of the subject • Each new topic in categorical data analysis is illustrated with an example that readers can apply to their own sets of data. In many cases R code is given and excerpts from the resulting output are presented. In the context of log-linear models for cross-tabulations, two specialties of the house have been included: the use of cobweb diagrams to get visual information concerning significant interactions, and a procedure for detecting outlier category combinations. The R code used for these is available and may be freely adapted Print ISBN: 978-1-119-30786-0 | CL | €89.90 | JAN 2017 | 200PP About the Author Graham John Gilbert Upton is Formerly Professor of Applied Statistics, Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Essex. He is the author of more than 100 refereed journal articles in more than 60 journals. Dr. Upton is also the author of The Analysis of Cross-tabulated Data (1978) and Spatial Data Analysis by Example (2 vols, 1995), both published by Wiley, and is the lead author of the The Oxford Dictionary of Statistics (OUP, 2014). His books have been translated into Japanese, Russian and Welsh. Counterexamples on Uniform Convergence Sequences, Series, Functions, and Integrals Andrei Bourchtein & Ludmila Bourchtein • Includes an overview of important concepts and thereoms and employs counterexamples on different types of convergence of infinite sequences and series • Contains well organized coverage of the main topics of uniform convergence typically studied in analysis courses, including conditions of uniform convergence for sequences and series of functions; boundedness, limits, and continuity; differentiability and integrability of limit functions; and proper and improper integrals depending on a parameter • Features an original approach to analysis and offers additional material for further study and understanding of uniform convergence theorems • Illustrates how an important mathematical tool such as counterexamples can be used in different situations and aids readers in developing a deeper understanding of the presented concepts and theories • Follows a clear and logical sequence, beginning with the analysis of more basic concepts and progressing to the investigation of main theorems and finer results • Supplemented with an Instructors Solutions Manual, which is available via a companion website that contains complete solutions to all exercises and examples Print ISBN: 978-1-119-30338-1 | CL | €77.90 | Mar 2017 | 320PP About the Authors Andrei Bourchtein, PhD, is Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Pelotas State University in Brazil. Ludmila Bourchtein, PhD, is Senior Research Scientist at the Institute of Physics and Mathematics at Pelotas State University in Brazil.
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