multinomial


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multinomial

[¦məl·tə¦nō·mē·əl]
(mathematics)
An algebraic expression which involves the sum of at least two terms.
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We evaluated the effect of time in the multinomial GAM by adding year to the model as a continuous variable, testing the effect of year as both a linear term and as a smoothed term using a thin plate spline.
We used multinomial logistic regression to explore factors leading to adverse pregnancy outcomes, including miscarriage, premature birth, and IUGR.
Considering farm information is a categorical variable with four levels, we implemented LASSO penalization based on multinomial logistic regression model using options as follows: [alpha] = 1, family = "multinomial".
2011) conducted a review of the methodological tools employed for statistical analysis of crash injury severity, and found ordered logit and probit models, binary logit and probit models, and multinomial logit models to be the most common.
Our approach involves estimating a multinomial logit model explaining annual job transitions for aging workers in the HRS.
Na regressao multinomial sao utilizadas c-1 funcoes logit para aplicacao da regressao, sendo c o numero de categorias da variavel dependente, de modo que a funcao geral da probabilidade condicional do modelo para as 3 categorias, conforme Hosmer e Lemshow (2000, p.
To the best of the author's knowledge, this is the first study to employ the selection bias correction method based on the multinomial logit model to study credit participation and the impacts on household consumption.
The author estimated the earnings differentials and multinomial logit model was used in the study.
Multinomial logistic regression analysis was used to calculate odds ratios ( OR s) and 95% confidence interval ( CI s) for the associations between selected parameters and fracture patterns.
A traditional clustering system contains a two-level model in which a Dirichlet is sampled once for a corpus, and multinomial clustering variable is selected once for each text in the corpus, and a set of words are designated for the document provisional on the cluster variable.
Either following the classic distance or directional perspective, voter-choice models are typically formulated as random-utility discrete-choice models (Train, 2003), commonly using a Multinomial Probit formulation (Lacy & Burden, 1999; Quinn, Martin, & Whitford, 1999; Schofield, Martin, Quinn, & Whitford, 1998).