Software and Datasets for Sociology and Demography
Bayesian model selection and accounting for model uncertainty in linear regression
models, using the BIC approximation.
Contributed by "Adrian E. Raftery" (email@example.com)
[17/Oct/94][23/Jan/95] (24 kbytes).
S function to do
logistic regression with Bayesian model selection and accounting for model
uncertainty, using the BIC approximation.
Contributed by "Adrian E. Raftery"
(firstname.lastname@example.org) [29/Nov/94] (30 kbytes)
S-Plus function to implement Bayesian Model Averaging for event history
Models, using the BIC Approximation. Includes a summary function.
Contributed by Chris T. Volinsky (email@example.com)
[1/Dec/95] (9 kbytes)
Bayesian generalized linear modeling, model comparison and accounting for model
uncertainty. An S-PLUS function.
Adrian Raftery, (firstname.lastname@example.org).
[17/May/93][18/May/93] (29 Kbytes).
Discrete time event history analysis, written for World Fertility Survey data, but
nearly all of the subroutines are more generally applicable.
Steven M. Lewis (email@example.com) [1/Mar/95] (347 k)
Data sets available
Longitudinal educational transition data set for a sample of 500 Irish students,
with 4 independent variables
(sex, verbal reasoning score, father's occupation, type of school).
Submitted by Adrian E. Raftery, [20/Dec/93] (13 kbytes)
Social Mobility (US, 1973).
Two four-way 17x17x2x2 contingency tables: Father's
occupation, Son's occupation (first and current), family structure, race.
Submitted by Timothy J. Biblarz (firstname.lastname@example.org). [corrected 25/Jan/93]
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