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  • Title Applied Nonparametric Regression
  • Author(s) Wolfgang Haerdle
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press (January 31, 1992), eBook (January 27, 2004 )
  • Paperback 352 pages
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0521429501
  • ISBN-13: 978-0521429504
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Applied Nonparametric Regression brings together in one place the techniques for regression curve smoothing involving more than one variable. The computer and the development of interactive graphics programs has made curve estimation popular. This volume focuses on the applications and practical problems of two central aspects of curve smoothing: the choice of smoothing parameters and the construction of confidence bounds.

The methods covered in this text have numerous applications in many areas using statistical analysis. Examples are drawn from economics - such as the estimation of Engel curves - as well as other disciplines including medicine and engineering. For practical applications of these methods a computing environment for exploratory Regression - XploRe - is described.

The material is easy to accomplish since the e-book character of the text gives a maximum of flexibility in learning (and teaching) intensity.

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