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Homicide and the seasons

Brian Francis | 01 September 2005 | Social Stats., Comp. & Methods | Conference paper/presentation

Marvin wolfgang, the doyen of homicide researchers, stressed that relationship was pivotal in understanding homicide. Curiously, the relationship variable has been neglected in considering homicide and seasonal variation. This paper takes the relatio ...

Graphical modelling approaches in investigating cognitive development

I. Solis-Trapala | 06 September 2006 | Social Stats., Comp. & Methods | Conference paper/presentation

Developmental psychology is premised upon the notion of change and yet british developmental psychologists have been reluctant to explore techniques for measuring such phenomenon within statistics, beyond standard procedures based upon the analysis o ...

Gnm : a package for generalized nonlinear models

Heather Turner | 15 June 2006 | Social Stats., Comp. & Methods | Conference paper/presentation

This talk will introduce the gnm package which provides functions for the specification, estimation and evaluation of generalized nonlinear models. The class of generalized nonlinear models extends that of generalized linear models by allowing non-lin ...

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