The Performance of the Gradient-Like Influence Measure in Generalized Linear Mixed Models

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A gradient-like statistic recently introduced as an influence measure has been showed to work well in large sample, thanks to its asymptotic properties. In this work, through small-scale simulation schemes, the performnance of such a diagnostic measure is further investigated in terms of concordance with the main influence measures in outlier identification. The simulation studies are performed by using Generalized Linear Mixed Models.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteAdvances in Statistical Models for Data Analysis
Pagine107-116
Numero di pagine10
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2015

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NomeSTUDIES IN CLASSIFICATION, DATA ANALYSIS, AND KNOWLEDGE ORGANIZATION

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Generalized Linear Mixed Model
Outlier Identification
Gradient
Concordance
Asymptotic Properties
Statistic
Simulation Study
Simulation
Influence

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  • Mathematics(all)
  • Social Sciences(all)
  • Business, Management and Accounting(all)
  • Economics, Econometrics and Finance(all)
  • Computer Science(all)

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Plaia, A., & Enea, M. (2015). The Performance of the Gradient-Like Influence Measure in Generalized Linear Mixed Models. In Advances in Statistical Models for Data Analysis (pagg. 107-116). (STUDIES IN CLASSIFICATION, DATA ANALYSIS, AND KNOWLEDGE ORGANIZATION).

The Performance of the Gradient-Like Influence Measure in Generalized Linear Mixed Models. / Plaia, Antonella; Enea, Marco.

Advances in Statistical Models for Data Analysis. 2015. pag. 107-116 (STUDIES IN CLASSIFICATION, DATA ANALYSIS, AND KNOWLEDGE ORGANIZATION).

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Plaia, A & Enea, M 2015, The Performance of the Gradient-Like Influence Measure in Generalized Linear Mixed Models. in Advances in Statistical Models for Data Analysis. STUDIES IN CLASSIFICATION, DATA ANALYSIS, AND KNOWLEDGE ORGANIZATION, pagg. 107-116.
Plaia A, Enea M. The Performance of the Gradient-Like Influence Measure in Generalized Linear Mixed Models. In Advances in Statistical Models for Data Analysis. 2015. pag. 107-116. (STUDIES IN CLASSIFICATION, DATA ANALYSIS, AND KNOWLEDGE ORGANIZATION).
Plaia, Antonella ; Enea, Marco. / The Performance of the Gradient-Like Influence Measure in Generalized Linear Mixed Models. Advances in Statistical Models for Data Analysis. 2015. pagg. 107-116 (STUDIES IN CLASSIFICATION, DATA ANALYSIS, AND KNOWLEDGE ORGANIZATION).
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