The work of a master who knows how to make regression come alive with engaging language and catchy graphics.
This monograph provides very clear and quite comprehensive treatment of many tools and strategies for dealing with the various issues and situations that might arise to compromise the extent to which a regression model accurately represents the structure that exists within a dataset. As such, I would recommend this work to both beginners and experienced researchers in the social sciences.
John Fox has substantially updated his authoritative, compact, and accessible presentation on diagnosing and correcting problems in regression models. New sections on graphical inspection and transformation prior to analysis, and on diagnostics for generalized linear models enhance its utility. I recommend it strongly to instructors and practitioners alike.
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